Pruning a tree is essential to creating a healthier tree. By thinning the denser branches on your trees, we can increase the flow of air to leaves and make sure your trees are not competing for resources. Fruit trees require regular pruning to stimulate their fruit production.
Overly dense tree canopies can also interfere with the healthy growth of grass and ground cover in your yard. By pruning unnecessary branches and limbs, we can allow sunlight and oxygen to get through so you can enjoy the beauty of a vibrant emerald lawn all summer long.
When we prune your trees, we create stronger tree structures by removing branches that are weak or compromise your trees’ overall strength and structural integrity. This makes them better able to withstand extreme weather including powerful winds and the weight of ice and snow.
When you neglect regular tree pruning, your trees may develop structural defects that could harm the tree over time. By removing unnecessary or structurally compromising branches, we can help your trees to be healthier and stronger overall.
Pruning your trees can help improve their shape and encourage them to grow the way you want them to. Sometimes trees don’t grow the way they normally would due to their location or proximity to other trees.
In young trees, structural pruning can be done to encourage the tree to grow in a specific pattern. Not only does this give them the most attractive look, but it’s healthier for the tree overall to encourage it to grow in a pattern that’s most natural to its species.