Tree pruning is a method of tree care that targets diseased, dead, and dying tree parts such as branches and roots. It is quite similar to tree trimming, but it requires a higher level of expertise. Tree pruning is a preventative approach, and it is more concerned with the healthy growth of trees. Pruning is essential for the positive growth of trees around us, young trees especially. Through careful pruning, arborists ensure that your young tree grows in the right way. There are various types of pruning, and each one of them is focused on improving the life of your tree.
Tree pruning is a specialized aspect of tree maintenance, and it requires a reasonable level of competence. A person who is to prune a tree needs to have a deep knowledge of the nature of trees. All trees can not be pruned the same way as they all respond differently to being cut. Cutting a tree is no different from injuring it and it needs to be done right to give it a better shot at healing. Our arborists have a high level of competence and we also equip them with the right equipment to ensure that the desired result is achieved.
Tree pruning is one of the best ways by which you can invest in your tree's health. When you have your tree pruned early, any sign of future structural failure will be corrected. Our arborists will remove any awkward or unnecessary growth that may affect your tree in the future. Also, when your tree is pruned regularly, there will be no chance for it to become diseased. An Infected branch will be removed before the infection will spread to the other parts of the tree. Finally, pests will be unable to make a home out of your tree.
Your tree will become stronger and sturdier when inferior branches are removed. When you have a pruned tree, you will have more peace of mind as you won't have to bother about the occurrence of a tree accident. You get to take control of the growth of the tree and you can easily keep its branches off paths, buildings, power lines, and more. It is particularly important that you prune trees that are close to playgrounds, swimming pools, garages, roofs, and areas that experience a lot of traffic. Also, through timely pruning, we can make an unsafe tree safe again.
Pruning will make your tree much more valuable. First, the removal of an unfit branch will give room for the growth of a fresher and greener branch. Pruning also reduces the density of trees, creating a passage for sun rays and rainwater. Both the pruned tree and the plants around it will benefit from this. There will also be less competition for nutrients between the different parts of the tree. And if your tree is a fruit-bearing tree, it would become more productive. Finally, your landscape will appear better when more light travels through your tree.