Safe tree trimming
adds to the safety and beauty of your yard, but to be done right you need a professional arborist. Call now for an experienced, caring tree company that will always be there for you. You will get the results you want and protect the investment you have in your home or business.
Tree trimming should be regular part of your landscape maintenance. Removing dead branches and low-hanging limbs is a task you shouldn’t overlook. And it’s not the kind of project you should do yourself because you risk injuring the branches – or yourself.
For safe, effective tree trimming in Greenville, you can trust our experienced tree care service. We have over 30 years of customer satisfaction behind us, and we know we can help you. We’ll give you a free estimate, great prices, and you pay only after the work is completed to your satisfaction.
What is Tree Trimming?
Often confused with tree pruning, a trim is done mainly for reasons of appearance. It makes for nicer looking foliage, promotes stronger growth, and lessens the amount of raking and picking up you have to do. If your oak, maple or dogwood is already weak, regular trimming keeps it from becoming a safety risk.
A combination of trimming and tree pruning achieves many goals for residential and commercial property owners. Here is how professional arborists classify them:
Class I thinning
– also known as fine pruning, it is performed for aesthetics and structural strength.
Class II thinning
– recommended mainly for structural integrity and health.
Class III thinning
– technically defined as cutting when safety considerations take priority.
Drop crotch pruning
– cutting limbs from where they originate or to lateral branch level.
Thinning out inside branches can give more sunlight to the grass below. It also reduces wind resistance. If your specimen is already weak, the force of gust can actually cause it to blow over. If you’re not ready for a big job that includes tree removal
and stump grinding, interior branch thinning is a cost-effective solution.
Tree Trimming for Safety
Those that aren’t properly cut can grow too close to your house. The roots can put your plumbing and structural integrity at risk. Unruly branches can break windows or scrape away a roof’s protective coating. Our tree care
experts know exactly how to cut and where, to keep it healthy and strong.
Diseased, dying and dead limbs can actually stress the entire organism and shorten its life. Loose branches can also snap off in a storm, possibly requiring urgent tree service. We can look your trees over and quickly create a safer situation.
Crown reduction and the Nature’s Cut are used if the growth threatens a power line or there is excess top-heaviness. We can expertly cut the limbs in the proper place so that the trunk, root system and healthy branches won’t be harmed.
If you are doing a lot clearing
project, you may need some tree removal and stump removal in addition to tree trimming. We can do all of these projects for you. If there are some prized specimens you’d like to save, trimming can add to the landscape’s appeal and value.
Trim Now for These Benefits
– When you have beautiful and important trees, you want to maintain the shape of each species’ unique canopy.
– If too many are growing on the top or the bottom, they take away resources for the larger, healthier section in the middle. One side may be bushier than another. We will keep it in balance.
– If yours is a flowering variety, such as magnolia or dogwood, regular tree trimming will make it bloom more in the spring. Fruit bearing types yield more when sparser growth is cut back.
Tree Trimming Cost
Don’t Put it Off
Tend to your branches as promptly as possible to avoid trouble after a storm. Of course, if you do have a problem in high wind and rain, you can rely on our emergency tree service to get it cut down and removed. We offer the safest, fastest and most dependable service in the upstate area.
When we trim, we can advise you on other issues such as tree clearing, lot clearing, stump removal and stump grinding. We are a company you can trust. We’re licensed, insured to $2 million and offer very competitive rates without hidden fees.
We also offer tree trimming in Spartanburg, Anderson and the surrounding area.