Trimming & Pruning
Crucial parts of the tree maintenance process, pruning is used to remove excessive branches while trimming stimulates nutritious growth. Both services are employed at specific times of the year using unique pieces of equipment, all to provide improved aesthetics and a healthier landscape.
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In late winter, as the vernal equinox approaches, home and business owners in North America start to think about the spring season. The time of year when all things natural start to come back to life. And for some things – like trees – it means that they will require attention.
Pruning and trimming is necessary every few years or so for healthy growth and maintenance of many different types of trees. It can also help prolong the life span of your tree. If you’re not sure if or how much you should be pruning or trimming a tree on your property, here are some general guidelines with important information on when to call in a professional tree service company like Brooklyn Tree Service Pros.
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DIY or call in the pros?
When it comes to maintaining healthy trees, most people call in the experts. Brooklyn Tree Service Pros is a local company that’s all about keeping trees happy and healthy, and we have plenty of experience dealing with tall branches.
If you’re thinking of pruning or trimming any part of your tree, whether it’s a tall pine in the back yard or a small sapling out front, there are some things you should know. Although many homeowners like to take matters into their own hands when it comes to tree care, this can actually be more harmful than helpful. However, if you do decide to take on the project yourself, here are some of the main signs that a tree needs pruning:
When trees become overgrown and branches start encroaching into paths and walkways that people use to access the house or business
- Where large dead branches can fall during storms causing damage to structures
- When branches on the tree rub against each other and cause damage
- When branches start to grow in ways that may interfere with overhead power lines
Pruning & trimming: what you need to know
Only remove branches that are dead or diseased. If you have a stubborn branch or one that has broken off, call Brooklyn Tree Service Pros instead of trying to cut it down on your own with a chainsaw. The last thing you want is for your already weakened tree to fall onto the roof of your house or vehicle – or worse still, injure you, a neighbor or loved one.
Do not hire a tree care company that doesn’t have insurance. You don’t want to be liable for any injuries or damage that might occur when they’re working on your tree. Brooklyn Tree Service Pros is a professional tree trimming and pruning company with plenty of experience taking care of trees in the Brooklyn and NYC area, including tall pine trees that are difficult to access from the ground.
With our help, you can keep your trees healthy and beautiful without putting them in danger.
Professionals and Expert
Brooklyn Tree Service Pros is a professional tree service company with years of experience and proper knowledge of tree care equipment and safety gear. While we wish everyone had their own private arborist and landscape designer, owning your own home or business usually means you don’t have the time or resources for large-scale tree care projects.
If you are considering hiring us for tree trimming, pruning, or emergency tree service, please consider your current knowledge level of trees before taking any action. Don’t take our word for it – make sure to educate yourself before making a decision about hiring a tree service company.
We offer tree trimming and tree pruning services in NYC, Long Island, Westchester County, Connecticut and New Jersey. When it comes to tree trimming and pruning we would be happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have. Call Brooklyn Tree Service Pros today at (347) 801-8724.
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There are many considerations to take into account when trimming & pruning. Give us a call to discuss what we can do for you and your trees.