Before pruning, we assess the overall health and structure of the tree. Our arborists identify dead, damaged, or diseased branches. They also pinpoint structural issues like crossing or crowded branches.
We focus on specific pruning objectives, like removing dead or diseased wood, thinning to improve airflow, shaping for aesthetics, and addressing structural issues.
Pruning during dormancy helps minimize the risk of spreading diseases. Our arborists remove any branches showing signs of disease, cankers, or pest infestations.
Thinning involves selectively removing branches to improve the canopy’s light penetration and air circulation. This can help prevent diseases and stimulate new growth.