Pruning (often called “trimming”) helps develop good structure in growing trees. Pruning also allows for maintaining space between buildings, streets, other plants, utility lines etc. and removes hazardous dead or broken limbs. When pruning trees we remove crossing, co-dominant, dead, diseased, and dying limbs that can aid in the spread of diseases and become safety hazards. Pruning can be a source of stress on mature trees and shrubs when improperly done.
Under the supervision of our ISA Tree Risk Assessment Qualified Certified Arborist, all pruning done by Arborvation follows the ANSI A300 standard and Best Management Practices. You can be assured that our pruning is done to provide necessary clearances while maintaining and improving the health and natural structure of your trees.