Rose Tree Service
Tree Pruning not only improves the way trees look, when done right, it also promotes safety, lessens damage from wind storms, pests, extreme temperatures and disease.
There are a number of reasons that call for tree pruning:
- reduce the height of a tree or thin out the crown
- remove storm-damaged, dead or diseased limbs
- remove branches to provide a better view
- allow more space for nearby plants and trees
- promote the growth of flowers and fruit
- give the tree a more pleasing shape
- provide more sunlight
With the proper technique, tree pruning ensures your trees will be beautiful, healthy, and safe.
Trees have many canopy forms including spreading, weeping, columnar and pyramidal. Although the type of tree largely determines its shape, younger trees can benefit from pruning to encourage their shape to develop properly. Pruning young trees can help prevent costly problems down the line.
Mature trees need pruning to remove large branches which can be unsafe. Sometimes the crown needs to be thinned to lessen the weight on the top of the tree. When branches split off into a V-shape, it can create a weak point which can be resolved by removing one of the branches. In addition to pruning, structurally weak trees may need to be braced or cabled. Our team also has specialized training to deal with branches that are close to power lines.
Pruning a large tree can be a dangerous endeavor for a property owner. Rose Tree Service, led by an arborist, has the experience and equipment to do the job safely. We are also licensed, bonded, and insured. For non-urgent situations, our arborist will recommend the best time of year for pruning.
When pruning is not sufficient to resolve an issue, our arborist may recommend tree removal and if needed stump grinding.
We offer competitive pricing and free estimates, so please don’t hesitate to give us a call.