Pruning is probably the most important procedure to maintain and ensure the natural growth and aesthetics of the tree. There are several types and reasons for pruning depending on the circumstances.
General pruning is necessary to a certain extent depending on the variety and growth rate of the tree as it develops over time. During storms trees endure a lot of resistance from strong winds, this is referred to as the wind sail effect resulting in broken limbs, branches and even uprooted trees. We recommend pruning your trees to avoid such damage.
Deadwood pruning is removing the dead wood portion of the tree limbs or branches that could cause potential injury or property damage from falling debris. Removing the deadwood will also reduce any further decay and help to regenerate new growth.
Tree removal is necessary when a tree is dead, damaged or in decline which will eventually become a hazard and liability if not removed. There are several factors involved in removing a tree depending on the size of the tree, the location of the tree and the degree of difficulty of removal. We consider several options in order to determine the safest and most cost effective manner in which to remove the tree.
Emergency Storm Damage
During severe thunderstorms, there is a lot of unexpected storm damage. We will respond within one hour of your phone call if you are inside our service area.
Maintaining to Preserve One of Nature’s Most Beautiful Assets—
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