Are you looking for tree pruning services in Kingston? If your tree has grown into an unruly mess, let the arborists at Timber Tree Service professionally prune your tree. Pruning is the art of selectively cutting branches, buds, or roots from a tree, using approved techniques for a specific reason, such as to
Our foresters know exactly which times of year are safest to prune different species and can prevent unnecessary damage to your tree. We cater to commercial and residential property owners who are looking for tree services. Get in touch with us if you need tree pruning services in Kingston.
While both may seem synonymous, pruning and trimming are two entirely different services. Whereas pruning is carried out mainly by trained professionals to carefully influence a tree’s growth, trimming involves maintaining the shape of shrubs, hedges and trees for aesthetic purposes. Trimming is also carried out to clear branches near electrical wires. Whatever tree service you require, we are well-equipped to offer you that and more. Call for help.
There are many reasons for pruning trees and shrubs. It is important to manage the risk associated with trees because they are a constant presence in our surroundings. Maintenance pruning/trimming is needed when trees are too close to houses, drooping over parking spaces, or have limbs too low to walk under. This type of pruning is done on a two to three year cycle. Structural pruning is done while a tree is young and it is a good way to ensure a healthy, strong crown. Young tree pruning corrects co-dominant leaders, weak angles of branch attachment, and gives a tree a much better chance of surviving a storm event later on in its life. Here’s why tree pruning is important:
For careful and precise trimming and pruning by expert hands in Kingston, contact the trained arborists at Timber Tree Service.
Tree pruning is not simply sawing off a dead branch. Regular tree pruning can give you a plush orchard and a healthy backyard. There are a number of other reasons why pruning should be a part of your tree maintenance routine: