TreeTech TX provides expert tree pruning services in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Landscape trees require a high level of care to maintain their structural integrity and aesthetics. When a tree is properly trimmed and maintained, it will stay healthier, grow better, reduce possible breakage during high winds or storms, and improve the overall look of your landscape.
Specific types of pruning techniques are necessary to maintain proper structures young trees, improve shape or form in mature trees, reducing the likelihood of future damage during storms, and remove limbs. These include cleaning, thinning, raising, and reduction.
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The removal of dead, dying, diseased, or weakly attached branches from the crown of a tree.
The removal of specific branches that will improve the structure and increase light penetration and air movement through the crown. This also reduces weight on heavy limbs and helps retain the tree’s natural shape.
The removal of lower branches from a tree to provide clearance for pedestrians, vehicles, and buildings.
The reduction in the size of a tree, by height or spread, often for utility line clearance or new construction.
When Should Trees be Pruned?
Tree pruning and the removal of branches should not be done without reason. Heavy pruning and the removal of foliage can place significant stress on the tree itself, causing reduced growth and loss of energy reserves. Each cut has the potential to change the growth of the tree and many outside factors must be considered before pruning. Our Certified Arborists will work with you to develop a plan and determine the type and scale of pruning necessary to improve the health, appearance, and safety of your trees.
Pruning should be considered for your trees when the branches:
- Are diseased or insect-infected
- Have been damaged by storms
- Are dying or dead
- Are hazardous to the surrounding structures
- Obstruct streets or sidewalks
- Interfere with utilities or structures
- Pose unacceptable risks
- Will reduce wind resistance within the tree once removed
Benefits of Pruning Trees
In young trees, proper pruning is essential to develop a strong structure and desirable form. Trees that receive appropriate pruning while they are young will require less corrective pruning as they mature. In mature trees, pruning is used as a corrective or preventative measure to reduce risk, improve form, and increase light and air penetration inside the tree’s crown or on the landscape below.
Overall, pruning trees provide numerous benefits, including:
- Improving structure
- Risk mitigation
- Provide clearance
- Maintain health
- Reduce density
- Size management
- Improve views
- Improve aesthetics
- Manage wildlife habitats
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