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Tree Pruning

Crown cleaning (dead wooding)

The removal of dead, dying, crossing and interfering branches. By crown cleaning your trees you remove branches that may fall from the tree, damage property or hurt people under the tree. For the health of the tree, crown cleaning removes potential disease and insect entry sites and entry points for rot and decay.

Canopy thinning: 

By strategically removing branches from the crown of a tree you can reduce the chance of tree failure due to heavy wind and excessive weight with out unsightly and harmful topping.

Canopy raising:

Removal of a trees’ lower limbs can open views, allow light to lawns and decks as well as improve a trees’ aesthetic value.

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