Trimming can serve two purposes: hazard reduction and maintenance. Hazard reduction allows us to remove branches that might compromise the structural integrity of the tree or maintain proper clearances to homes or other structures. Maintenance can make your tree healthier, more aesthetically pleasing, or improve your lake view. Our Certified Arborist uses proper techniques and will determine what type of trimming is necessary to maintain or improve the health, appearance, and safety of your trees.
Improve Your View
If you have a house on the lake, ask us what we can do to improve your view while maintaining the health of the tree. There are options other than topping!
Removal of Dead Branches
Trees branches need sunlight to survive, and sometimes the canopy is so dense that the interior or lower branches get shaded out and die. Those dead branches need to be removed, especially if they are over heavy use areas such as sidewalks, patios, or decks. Removing dead branches also eliminates point of entry for disease-carrying insects.
Small Tree Trimming
Have you ever thought about getting your small trees trimmed? Many times, we can train a tree from the start to eliminate problems later. All trees benefit from this, especially ornamental and fruit trees.