tree trimming & pruning

If you want to remove unhealthy limbs to keep your trees aesthetically appealing, we can do the job for you

how often should you trim your trees

Trees are a vital part of the landscape, but they can also be a nuisance if not properly maintained. Trees need to be trimmed periodically to keep them from getting out of control or becoming diseased. There is no set schedule for tree maintenance, but it’s important that you do it as soon as possible.

If your tree has been damaged by disease, insects, or other problems, it may require immediate attention. To prevent future damage, make sure you know how to identify common tree diseases and pests before they become an issue.

What is the best time to prune trees?

The best time to prune your trees depends on what kind of tree you have and what type of pruning you plan to perform. For example, some types of deciduous trees such as maples and oaks will lose their leaves in winter. This means they’ll need to be pruned during the dormant season (usually late fall or early spring). Other types of trees like evergreens don’t lose their leaves, so they can still be pruned year-round.

It’s always better to prune when the tree isn’t actively growing because this allows you to remove dead branches without damaging new growth.

How long will it take for trimmed trees to grow new limbs?

After you’ve removed a limb from a tree, it takes about 2 years for it to regrow a new. During this period, the tree won’t produce any new branches until after its second year. The first two years are critical because the tree needs enough energy to build strong roots and establish itself. After that, it will begin producing more branches at a faster rate.