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Whether you have a small job in your back yard or a large job at your commercial
site we are "Your local tree specialist", visit our estimate page or call us directly
at (916) 714-2611 to schedule a free estimate today!
|Arbor Tech Services P.O. Box 1771 Elk Grove Ca. 95759-1771 Phone (916) 714-2611
As spring approaches, our trees come alive after the winter hibernation.
Pruning, the most common of all tree preservation procedures, should
be at the top of your “Spring Cleaning” list. Trees should be pruned
every two to four years. It is best to start pruning trees two years and
older regularly. Whether your trees are newly planted or towering and
mature they provide a surprising amount of value to the property, a
value that increases with the condition of the tree. A healthy well
maintained tree is not only beautiful, but it can add value to your home
There are many reasons to prune: health of the tree, aesthetics,
establishing and maintaining structure, to allow the tree to “breath” by
thinning the trees canopy, to eliminate hazardous branches, and to
remove diseased or insect infested areas.
Every branch should be removed with a specific reason in mind, as the
pruning process could affect the health and growth of the tree. When it
comes to removing safety hazards, such as dead, diseased, or weak
limbs, the sooner you to attend to the issue, the better. These limbs can
cause damage to structures and injury to people. What you may not see
can be a hazard to by scheduling a free estimate a local tree specialist
can come and inform you of any hazards or health risks of the tree.
What you may think is a good amount to remove it may not be. The
amount of live tissue that should be removed depends on a variety of
factors, including size, species, age, and the actual pruning purpose.
Younger trees can tolerate more pruning than mature trees. It is
important to remember that a tree can recover more easily from several
small pruning wounds than from one large wound.
Pruning large trees can be dangerous. It usually involves working above
the ground with special equipment or using a chain saw. To maintain
safety, it is best to hire you local tree specialist to maintain the health
and appearance of your tree.
In our neighborhood there is a great amount of Mistletoe. Mistletoe is a
parasite that needs to be removed. It grows on the branches and trunk
of a tree where it forms pendent bushes and sends out roots that
penetrate into the tree eventually killing the tree. Here in our
neighborhood mistletoe loves Pears, Ashes, Birches, and Maples.
Call today or fill out a form for a free estimate.