Pruning & Care

Proper pruning is necessary to maintain not only the shape of your trees, but also their overall health. Just like trimming your hair keeps it healthy and helps it grow, light pruning and removal of dead branches helps a tree grow strong. Maintaining the tree’s structure through well-planned pruning can also help mitigate the risk of broken limbs and falling branches, while also encouraging proper weight distribution as a tree matures. Removing dead or dying branches can benefit the whole tree by stopping decay organisms and unwanted pests than can be harmful. Thinning a tree’s canopy cover can also help increase the flow of air and sunlight, all contributing to the tree’s health. We offer spikeless pruning to provide the most beneficial results for healthy, beautiful trees. 

Fast Facts about Tree Pruning: 

  • The three main reasons tree pruning is important are: safety, health, and aesthetics.

  • Tree maintenance, specifically pruning, is imperative for tree health. Pruning allows us to shepherd a tree’s growth in the preferred direction, and the removal of dead or dying branches helps to promote overall tree health.

  • Pruning starts with a visual inspection of the tree at hand.

  • There is a correct and specific way to prune a branch of a tree. If done incorrectly, it may have negative effects and may even lead to the death of a tree; such as tree topping.


  • This work can be done at any time of the year, but it is best to call a professional to assess the optimal tree pruning schedule.

  • Every time a pruning cut is made, the tree is left with a wound. It is always best to consult with a professional to discuss the proper ways and times of the year to make such cuts for the health of the tree.

Tree Pruning & Care