Top 10 reasons to prune:
- clearance from wires, buildings, streets, sidewalks, and pathways
- increasing sunlight: deadwooding, thinning, and limbing can lighten up your yard
- shaping: cutting back new growth from vines and hedges to keep them from overwhelming your yard
- fruit tree reduction to ensure accessible fruit (summer pruning)
- restoration: thinning overgrown fruit trees and other previously topped trees to restore their form (winter pruning)
- safety: removing broken and hanging branches
- aesthetics: thinning dense (miniature japanese maples) and vigorous (purple leaf plums) trees
- view pruning (also known as windowing)
- training young trees for form
we do not:
- thin for windsail. This is less likely to prevent your conifer from blowing over and more likely to cause branch breakage.
- remove more than 25% of living foliage. It is often less stressful for your tree to thin in stages than trying to restore a tree all at once
We offer tree pruning Seattle services. Our talented arborist Seattle can do a variety of tasks in your yard. If you need a tree service Seattle, contact us today!
It can be costly to landscape your yard so that it perfectly suits your tastes. Once you have done this, though, your work is not through. You need to find a great tree service Seattle to take care of your plants for you. We hope to be that service! One thing we do is tree pruning Seattle. It is important to have your trees pruned on a regular basis so that they do not develop dangerous, low-hanging branches or completely block your view out of your windows. Our arborist Seattle will visit you to discuss all of your tree pruning Seattle needs before trimming any of the plants on your property.