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Tree pruning is great for health, safety, and cosmetic needs. The tree maintenance practice gets rid of diseased limbs. When pruning a tree, professionals remove limbs harboring pests. By keeping both pests and diseases from spreading throughout the tree, tree pruning helps homeowners avoid tree death.
Tree pruners saw off broken branches, limbs that are weakly attached to the trunk, and parts of the tree crown that have already been weakened by pest attacks. This improves safety by eliminating all the branches carrying the risk of falling.
Our team of tree pruners gets up close with all types of trees, conducting expert pruning and leaving each tree looking professionally manicured. Using our years of field experience, we pinpoint specific areas of trees and carefully crop away small portions to keep the tree growing stronger and healthier. Arriving in your home with modern tree pruning tools, we guarantee maximum safety for all the nearby structures and utilities.
Why Work with Professional Tree Pruners?
1. Safety for Your Home
With most trees growing next to homes, the possibility of property damage is always high during tree pruning. DIY pruning increases the risk as most homeowners do not have the gear needed to improve safety.
Professionals tree pruners, on the other hand, have cranes, bucket trucks, strong ropes, and more. When these tools are combined with years of tree pruning experience, the chances of property damage is reduced to zero. When branches pose the risk of falling on houses, professionals will tie them with ropes and use the cranes and bucket trucks to lower them down slowly.
2. You Avoid Injuries
DIY tree pruning involves going up a tree with powerful saws. The risk of falling and suffering significant injuries is always high. If you are pruning a tree for the first time, you may make a mistake with your cutting tools, which could lead to deep cuts.
Working with professionals means that you won’t need to climb the tree or use sharp tools. You end up saving yourself from injuries and hospital bills.
3. You Avoid Tree Damage
Tree pruning is only beneficial if the right branches are removed. Removing the wrong branches could damage the tree shape or cause irreparable injuries to the tree crown.
Working with professional tree pruners gives you access to an arborist. The arborist will ensure that only the right branches are removed. The arborist will also ensure that all your trees are given the shape that best suits them.
4. You Save Time
Pruning a tree is time-consuming. If you have multiple trees that need the tree maintenance procedure, you may spend a couple of days pruning these trees.
Paying tree pruners will free you to take care of other activities. Even if you do not have other items on your to-do list, you can rest assured that your trees are getting the best care.
Tree Pruning Tips
DIY tree pruning is generally a good idea for homeowners with small trees standing in non-risky positions. If your small trees are far from buildings and other amenities that could easily suffer damage, use the tips below to prune them:
- Remove younger branches and leave the elderly branches on your tree.
- Cut each branch in between its collar and ridge.
- Remove the branches with a diameter of less than 5 cm. When the branch diameter hits 10 cm, allow them to stay attached to the tree.
- Use a fine-toothed saw on branches with a diameter of 2 inches and below. Change to a coarse-toothed saw for limbs with a diameter of more than 3 inches.
- Sanitize your tools with rubbing alcohol when changing trees.
Preventative Tree Pruning
Trees can turn into safety hazards over time. When a tree develops broken limbs or branches that are weekly attached to the tree trunk, it can cause injuries and property damage. However, working with tree pruners will prevent damage and injuries – this is known as preventative pruning.