Do Pine Trees Need To Be Trimmed?

Posted on: 3 June 2022

When you think about tree trimming, you probably imagine a tree service cutting branches off a deciduous tree, such as a maple or oak tree. But what about pine trees and other similar evergreens? Do they need to be trimmed, too? The short answer is "yes," but pine tree trimming needs are somewhat different from those of other trees. Keep reading to learn the basics about having your pine trees trimmed.
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Tree Services: Check Out The Mistakes To Avoid When Pruning Your Trees

Posted on: 9 May 2022

For many homeowners, pruning can seem like a straightforward task. All they need to do is pick up a pair of pruners and cut off overhanging branches. However, this task isn't as easy as you may think. If you make a mistake while pruning the trees, you can ruin their health and beauty. In some cases, the mistake can lead to irreversible damage. Here are some of the common mistakes you should watch out for.
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5 Factors To Consider Before You Trim Your Trees

Posted on: 12 April 2022

One of the most important jobs of tree care is pruning or trimming. Trimming your trees helps to protect them against diseases and pests. If you know when to trim your trees—and how to trim them—your trees can grow into beautiful specimens that add to the charm of your property. When done well, tree trimming is good for you and your trees. But if done improperly, tree trimming can harm your tree and reduce the aesthetic appeal of your home.
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5 Benefits Of Late Winter Tree Pruning

Posted on: 9 February 2022

Late winter is the time to prune most landscaping trees. There are a lot of good reasons to schedule tree trimming at this time before the trees begin growing again. 1. Reduced Disease Transmission  Much like animals and insects, the disease organisms along with the vector-borne diseases that tend to spread them are typically dormant during spring. Your pruning service can cut out diseased wood at this time with a lower risk of spreading problems to healthy parts of a tree or nearby unaffected trees.
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