Large Tree Trimming
Stay on top of your large trees... before they get on top of you!
Large Tree Trimming
Keeping your large trees trimmed is an essential part of maintaining a healthy garden or landscape, but attempting it on your own is usually not a good idea.
Despite sounding like a relatively straightforward process, tree trimming is a highly specific, scientific task that requires an intimate knowledge of tree biology and structure. Incorrectly trimming even a small tree can have potentially disastrous effects for the future wellbeing of the tree, as well as the environment surrounding it.
It's About More than Just Trimming
Tree trimming is cutting branches to protect something other than your tree; such as other trees, sunlight on your garden, lawn and house, a nice view, hydro service, accessibility to your driveway and walkway, your roof and eaves trough, side of buildings, and sight lines so you can safely see traffic.
Understanding how to trim is key to a healthy tree, but large trees can require highly specialist equipment, tree climbing expertise, and years of experience in order to get the best, and safest results.
Beyond the size of the tree, there are other factors that determine how complicated the trimming project can be, such as the health of the tree, the presence of dangers (like electrical lines) in the immediate vicinity, weather, and more.
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