Pruning and orchard maintenance
Tree pruning helps to improve your garden or orchard by addressing architectural tree care issues such as yield, safety, structural integrity, shape and appearance. Tree pruning services performed by us enhance the natural beauty of your trees and shrubs and help you preserve the strength, erection and seasonal character they add to your property. We also offer restoration services when your fruit trees are not maintained for a long period.
Benefits of tree pruning
Tree pruning provides a variety of benefits to your trees and landscapes:
Our tree pruning services include removal of diseased, broken or dead branches on old trees and young trees both for tree protection. This prevents decay-producing fungi from penetrating and infecting other areas of your tree. The removal of living branches is sometimes necessary to allow increased exposure to sunlight and air circulation inside the treetops. This also improves the yield and quality of the fruit.
Young (fruit) tree pruning, also known as developmental tree pruning, is pruning performed for structural improvement. This important procedure helps ensure that your new plantings have the desired branch architecture and structural integrity. Proper pruning of specimens when they are young reduces the risk of costly problems and the need for structural support as your landscape matures.
Appearance and restoration
Tree pruning for appearance and restoration is a prerequisite for maximizing yields, resistance, beauty formal plantings as well as assisting with landscape maintenance. Tree pruning can protect against storm damage and the risk of falling branches.
Increase the value of your landscape and enhance its beauty with vista tree pruning. Vista cropping creates visual access to cottages, lakes, valleys or other picturesque views, while maintaining privacy where desired.
We can give you a quote via email or call us for a tree or shrub pruning consultation. Send us your details and number of trees you want pruned. Also describe the condition or ongoing maintenance of the trees. Contact Us