Tree Trimming

Is your yard the talk of the neighborhood—but not for the right reasons? Overgrown trees and foliage can quickly get out of hand, and lead to numerous problems.

  • Messy and cluttered yard that neighbors might consider an eyesore
  • Temptation to perform dangerous DIY trimming
  • Crowded foliage choking trees and shrubs, which can kill them
  • Dead limbs (or entire trees) waiting to fall on buildings, cars, and even people—posing an even greater threat during tropical storms and hurricane season
  • Limbs near or touching power lines, risking outages or even fire

Licensed and Insured Residential and Commercial Tree Trimming and Pruning

Trimming and pruning trees isn’t mere cosmetic surgery, though your landscape will look much better for it. But the work requires the safe removal of overgrown and dead branches, limbs, and sometimes even entire trees and nearby plants—all for the health of your trees and everyone’s safety. Choosing a professional is so important because tree trimming can be dangerous work, up high in the canopy and even below as removed material is brought down to the ground.

Our experience, licensing, and insurance keep you safe. Plus, we care about the environment and performing tree surgery that will keep each tree healthy and thriving for years to come. Your yard will welcome you with strong and beautiful foliage, free of overgrowth, brush, and limb debris. And your trees may even seem like it’s standing a little taller, with dead branches, rot and decay, and energy-draining tree suckers pruned.

Types of Trimming and Pruning Services

  • Crown Maintenance: maintaining the overall health of the most visible part of the tree—the foliage crown, or canopy. Rotted or decayed branches are removed, and excess foliage is trimmed to ensure the tree and surrounding landscaping receive adequate sunlight.
  • Crown Lifting: raising the height of the crown, or canopy, by removing lower branches. Lifting is common when clearance between the tree’s lowest branches and other obstructions is necessary, such as near sidewalks, fences, buildings, or power lines.
  • Crown Reduction: also called “topping,” reduction is cutting back the overall size of the tree’s canopy to a healthy growth point, and in scale to the tree’s environment (especially when more clearance is needed around the tree).
  • Crown Thinning: pruning branches from the interior of the tree both for aesthetic reasons and to allow adequate sunlight within and below the tree.