Minnesota Tree Cutting, Tree Trimming & Tree Pruning
We have several years of experience in tree trimming and are committed to offering a professional and affordable tree cutting service. We always clean up after we are done. If you are looking for a capable team of tree trimmers to ensure that your trees are healthy and look great, we have both the skills and knowledge required to provide an unmatched service
We are experienced with arbor species of all types. Take our word for it, we are an amazing tree care team with impressive knowledge, skills, and work ethics. If the branches on your trees are very hard to reach, we simply use a bucket truck to get high up and trim your trees while using ropes to ensure that the debris doesn’t fall on your property.
Why is Tree Trimming Important?
Preventing the Spread of Disease: Getting rid of diseased and dead branched can be of great benefit to the entire tree and may even help save it. Dying and dead branches can be an infection site where pests, insects, and fungi can gain entry into the tree. Pruning trees carefully increases both air and sunlight thus providing it with the boost required to recover from its illness and stay healthy. You will find plenty of old trees in Minnesota that are highly valuable. Such trees provide great comfort and shade to homeowners and it wouldn’t be good for them to die from disease. We do anything we can to keep such trees alive.
Over Growth: Trees that become over grown can block sunshine from reaching your home or may hang dangerously over your house, which has the potential for serious damage in case a storm knocks it down.
Maintaining Beauty and Structure: Landscapes often require trees to be important anchor points aesthetically, which is why you need to keep the trees the right size and shape. If such trees grow too big, your yard might look disjointed and disorganized. If you want a lovely yard, the first thing should be to incorporate professional tree trimming and pruning to have a greater effect than you could ever imagine.
Avoid Massive Raking: If Fall kicks in and many of the trees in your yard are over grow, you might find yourself booked for several weeks trying to clear the yard of all the dead leaves. It might be time for a very necessary hair but on all the trees. We will trim them while retaining their beautiful shape, while making a significant reduction in leaf load and ensuring that they make a quick recovery. We are knowledgeable of the types of trees that can be trimmed safely depending on season.
When Should You Prune?
It depends on the reasons for pruning. Light pruning and pruning dead branches can be done in virtually any season. If you are after other goals, here are some basic guidelines.
The most common practice is to prune during dormant periods. Proper pruning during a period that’s past the coldest part of winter leads to vigorous new growth in spring if this is what you want. Trees such as maple, birch, and walnut might bleed where the sap runs down, but this is perfectly normal and ceases once the tree heals.
Proper pruning might be necessary after the rapid growth stage of spring to prevent a tree from growing too large. It ensures that you maintain the tree at the right size for your property by reducing the surface area of the leaves. The tree produces less “food” from the sun thus maintaining or reducing its size to one that’s more easily manageable.
Pruning is best avoided in the fall when the fungi and spores are spreading rapidly and there’s a winding down in the healing speed of the trees.