While trimming small trees in the yard may seem like a simple DIY project, pruning is much more than simply sawing off limbs or giving the tree a "haircut" by removing outer foliage. If too much live tissue is removed, an otherwise healthy tree can become stressed or decline.
Proper pruning is based on the scientific principles of plant physiology. It promotes beneficial growth, improves plant health, removes damaged limbs and can increase flower and fruit production (if desired). Together, these benefits enhance the aesthetic appeal of your tree and add value to your property.
At Tree133, we use scientifically sound practices to improve tree structure and promote long-term health. We follow best practices from the American National Standards Institute (ANSI A300) regarding pruning methods, techniques and even the tools we use.
Our Certified Arborists follow ANSI standards in all aspects of our work. We are careful to...
Retain foliage to protect tree health
Preserve branching structure to promote strength and resilience
Protect other parts of the tree during pruning
Use only non-invasive climbing techniques (no spikes) for pruning
Effective pruning requires combination of scientific knowledge and practical experience. It can feel overwhelming to those not familiar with the techniques.
Here at Tree133, we can answer your questions and work with you to determine the best approach to care for your trees. Click here to contact us today