Tree Pruning

Tree trimming removes overgrown brush, unwanted clutter, and diseased branches to help reshape and revitalize your trees. Often, branches and tree limbs will grow and alter the shape and overall structure of the tree, which can affect how the tree looks, as well as its future growth. This can give an undesirable look to your business’ landscape or home’s curb appeal.

Tree trimming is a form of pruning, which is trimming a tree, bush or shrub by cutting away overgrown or dead branches, especially if this is done to improve growth. You see, trimming a tree is not just to cut away and clean up the look of your tree, but when done properly, it can encourage the health and growth of your tree.

Tree trimming is a way of removing specific branches and boughs in order to revitalize the tree. Removing dead and damaged branches can help prevent further decay from organisms and insects. With a thinner canopy, more sunlight can reach parts of the tree, otherwise lacking in sunlight. This can cause fewer diseases among trees and more leaf growth.

Signs that you may need to prune your trees:

Signs you need to look out for:

  • Excessive leaf fall
  • Missing bark
  • Lack of flexibility
  • The tree is too close to power lines
  • Dead, ugly or loose hanging branches
  • Your tree has not been trimmed or pruned in the last 3 years
  • You want curb appeal and your tree just isn’t cutting it (pun intended)

Types of properties serviced:

Commercial properties includes office buildings, medical centers, hotels, malls, retail stores, multifamily housing buildings, farm land, warehouses, and garages.

Tree services are provided in NJ, NY and Delaware.

Municipal properties include schools, fire departments, police departments, libraries and hospitals.