Tree pruning is an essential part of your landscaping maintenance and should be done by professional tree arborists. Pruning involves removing branches to control the growth of the tree and improve the overall health. Branches they seem to be broken or diseased should be taken care of to help prevent any risk of falling branches and helps ensure the health of the surrounding plants and trees. Pruning is designed with special techniques that are done by professional tree doctors and should regularly be serviced at certain times of the year. No matter what kind of tree you may have, you should ask your local tree experts about pruning as an option.
What does pruning do?
Pruning is the act of removing any branches that seem dead, diseased, or need to be removed for shaping reasons. Pruning helps improve the health of your trees and shrubbery, as well as, preventing any falling branches from occurring. Dead and diseased branches can occur and when it does happen, it’s best to just get rid of it immediately before it falls or the disease spreads throughout the entire plant or tree. But, pruning also helps the overall shape of the tree and can help bring in light that can be beneficial for your yard. Including helping wind get through it and keep the proportion of the tree balanced.
Why use this service
Pruning your trees is essential in maintaining the health and appearance of your trees and shrubbery. By using this service, you will help remove any branches that pose a risk to falling and possibly damaging your property or falling on someone. Including helping prevent diseased branches from spreading to the entire shrub or tree. Pruning can also help open up your tree to bring in light to your yard and is essential to help keep the tree or shrub balanced properly. Just like your regular landscaping chores, pruning should be done to help keep your trees and shrubbery looking great and healthy.
When to prune your trees
Pruning your trees and shrubs should be serviced regularly to help maintain the growth and health. This service should be performed late winter while the trees and shrubs are dormant, meaning they will keep the plant strong by healing faster. But should also be serviced in early spring, right before the tree and shrubbery blooms. But if your trees and shrubbery look as though their branches are dead or diseased, they should be taken care of immediately.
How to prune
Pruning can be done with specialized tools that can help remove any branches from your tree and shrubbery. Depending on the branches and the union, which is where the branches and trees join together, they are all pruned differently. Pruning will need to be done precisely so the tree has a chance of healing itself. Thinning is a type of pruning that is cut to remove the entire branch, whereas, topping is removing all branches down to the tree leaving the tree bare of any branches. Raising removes the lower branches to provide more room and clearance for walkways, homes, cars, and any object that may be in the way. Then there is reduction which is taking the branches to reduce the size of the tree. Find out much more details about us.