February 12th, 2019

There is more to tree trimming than merely cutting the branches or limbs of a tree. It is important to plan carefully and use the right techniques because not all trees respond positively to certain trimming methods. Some trees will grow in a specific direction after trimming or they may stop growing altogether. Reliable tree trimming companies have knowledgeable specialists in proper tree health and care.

Crown thinning methods are best for trees with heavy tops. When using this technique, our specialists will merely remove one-fourth of the crown. They will get the branches pruned to ensure they are spaced evenly and just the right amount of light and airflow is allowed to keep the crown neat and healthy.

We could choose to use the crown reduction method if your aim is to reduce the size of a tree in terms of both height and width. In this case, a lot has to be considered before choosing the branches to remove. For instance, our seasoned specialists can target the damaged or heavy limbs. This will relieve stress on the tree and still ensure that it retains a proper shape.

Deadwooding methods are used when the trees that need trimming are dying or diseased. This technique can provide reliable solutions for limiting the spread of a specific disease. Our experts will strategically get rid of the dead parts or those that are diseased.

If your trees are damaging your roof, brushing against your home or obstructing walkways, we will use crown lifting techniques. This involves cutting away low-hanging branches with the intentions of lifting the crowns of the trees. It takes creating a solid plan ahead of time to ensure that your structures are not damaged during a project.

Cutting major branches can affect the overall health of your trees. We have proficient tree care experts and arborists who can plan carefully and decide which branches can be safely removed. Our team utilizes advanced equipment to further ensure that each project is a complete success.