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There are several reasons for trimming your trees.
Ensure Health: Pruning maintains the health of your trees. Pruning removes dead, diseased and extra branches. When trees are properly pruned, you encourage more air circulation and exposure to the sun, boosting healthy growth.  You’ll notice more new branches and a sturdier structure of younger trees.

Growth Control: Homeowners can control the growth of their trees through tree pruning. Regular pruning makes it easier to maintain a tree.

Safety: Dead branches pose a potential risk to property and life especially when there is a storm.  Trees whose branches touch power lines are quite dangerous.  Trimming will help prevent accidents by cutting off the high-risk branches from the trees. 

How to decide when to remove a tree?

1. The tree is too close for comfort

2. You notice weak or dead tree leaves and bark

3. The trunk is hollow

4. There’s a growing number of dead or dying tree branches

5. The tree might fall in a short amount of time

6. A large limb looks like it might come down

7. You’ve seen the most damage after a storm

8. There is no more healthy, new green life

9. Most tree companies have told you it needs to go


An old tree stump might not cause problems at first, but the longer you let it stick around, the more it can become a nuisance.  Old stumps can get in the way of mowing your lawn or be a trip hazard for yo and your family.  Plus, they make it hard to plant a new tree when you’re ready.