Tree Trimming & Pruning in Denton & Surrounding Areas
Pruning is a very common tree maintenance procedure, but it is also the most misunderstood. Many tree pruning company’s do not use proper pruning techniques. Since each cut has the potential to change the growth of the tree, no branch should be removed without a reason. Pruning should be done with an understanding of how the tree responds to each cut.
Improper pruning can cause damage that will last for the life of the tree, or worse, shorten the tree’s life. When pruning is done properly it leaves the tree looking great and feeling healthy. Samuel’s Tree Service, LLC offers skilled and professional Denton Tree Trimming & Pruning services.
Our team of professionals provide the highest quality tree trimming/pruning in Denton and surrounding areas. Tree pruning helps trees to maintain structure and beauty. Tree trimming is one of the most crucial parts of tree maintenance and should be done regularly. Although it can be tempting to trim the trees yourself, you should always contact us to do the job for you. The job takes a great deal of skill so someone unfamiliar with the process may accidentally damage something or even injure themselves. Proper pruning, with an understanding of tree biology, will maintain good tree health and structure while enhancing the aesthetic and economic value of your landscapes. Call us today and find out how we can help you become the envy of all your neighbors.
Helpful Pruning Definitions:
This information is intended to give you a basic understanding and definitions of the pruning types that can be utilized for your trees.
- Cleaning: The proper removal of dead, dying, diseased, weak branches, water sprouts, and conflicting growth.
- Thinning: The selective removal of branches to increase light penetration, air movement, and reduce weight.
- Elevating: The removal of lower branches to provide greater clearance from the ground upward.
- Canopy Reduction (Canopy Shaping): Reduction of the height and spread of a tree.
- View Clearing: The selective thinning of the framework of limbs or an area of the crown to allow for a specific view.
- Restoration Pruning: Pruning to improve the structure, form, and appearance of a tree that has been severely headed, vandalized, or storm damaged.
- Dead Branch Removal: Pruning to improve hazards currently present in a tree’s canopy such as dead, broken, and hanging limbs.