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Crown Raising and Tree Pruning During The Fall and Winter

As the seasons change, it is time to prune your trees. Individual trees may require Crown Raising, Crown Reduction or Crown Cleaning. It is vital to the health of your trees that trimming is done at the appropriate times of the year. Many trees require pruning in the winter while the tree is dormant. When pruning is done correctly in the cold months, there will be new growth when Springtime arrives.

Crown Raising, Crown Reduction & Crown Cleaning

Your trees require pruning for different reasons. One of the reasons you want to prune your trees is to remove unwanted branches which can include but not limited to placement over power lines and other structures. We refer to this type of pruning as Crown Raising. Crown Thinning in preparation for a busy storm season is also a good idea. Another reason routine Tree Pruning is a necessity is to prevent the spread of disease and ultimately the removal of dead, dying or diseased limbs.

Do My Trees Require Crown Raising

Your arborist may suggest Crown Raising for many reasons. Crown Raising is only done with Crown Thinning is not the most beneficial option. Crown Raising must be performed or overseen by a certified arborist to ensure the proper cuts are performed. This is important for so many reasons. Some examples are the proper size of limbs are being removed and not too large, also only so many branches are removed in each pruning session. Periodic Pruning can ensure your trees stay in optimal health, and there are no safety hazards.

Hire A Local Arborist

There are strict federal, state, county, and city ordinances when it comes to Tree Cutting. For this reason, you always want to leave Tree Care to the Arborists who are skillfully and professionally trained to handle all your Tree Care Needs. Please Contact Us to schedule an estimate or consultation with a certified arborist. We invite you to connect with us on Instagram. Subscribe to our blog to stay up to date on the latest tree tips.

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