Our tree trimming and pruning techniques are a more natural approach (drop crotching). This approach is beneficial for the health and longevity of your tree. We will trim with a more uniform, less natural look if desired by our customers. Our climbers are experts at trimming, pruning, and thinning out trees. They are also experts at taking out dead limbs, removing high risk limbs, removing storm-damaged limbs, and lifting the canopy of your tree for a more open feel to your property.
Also known as dead-wooding, this is the removal of dead, dying, and/or diseased and crossing branches. If these branches are not addressed, the result can cause serioushealth issues to the tree along with safety concerns of dead limbs, leading to injury or property damage.
The careful selection of branches to be removed to achieve desired increase in sunlight penetration as well as airflow and significant reduction of weight in the crown of a tree. By implementing this form of pruning, your tree will receive its desired air and sunlight to stimulate and maintain interior foliage.
The practice used to reduce or lower the size of a tree. We accomplish this by cutting back to laterals and by removing no more than one fourth of each branch’s foliage.
The common practice of properly removing lower branches to provide clearance for homes, buildings, parking, signs, traffic, etc.