Tree Trimming

Tree Trimming

Tree Trimming in Austin, Tx with Certified Arborists available to speak to you about the best maintenance methods needed for your trees. With our certified arborists, we get that each tree is different and that trees will react differently to different types of maintenance. Tree Trimming of Red Oak in Austin, TxYou need to make sure that any arborists that you work with understand biology so that you can increase their health. You will find that most of the regular maintenance tree trimming can be done any time in this area. Make sure to call us so that we can give you an estimate and schedule a time so that we can get together and get it all figured out for you to create happy, healthy trees.

Here, we adhere to the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) A300 standards, we always keep up to the tree trimming standards and are constantly training.

Ball Moss Removal:

Ball moss isn’t dangerous to the tree but ball moss removal will clean up the look of the tree. So, when you have a standard trimming or pruning done, this is going to help you get rid of it and make sure that it doesn’t look unsightly.

Cleaning Out the Crown:

This is the removal of dead, dying, or limbs that are crossing. You can also get rid of weak limbs with this and sprouts that may be clogging up a canopy. This is a very important pruning service that you need to have done.

Crown Elevation:

With crown elevation, you will find that you want to have this done if you have trees that are touching when you pull into your driveway or that are touching power lines or other things like that.

Reducing the Trees Crown:

With this, you will find that pruning back all of the lateral branches will help you reduce the height or width of the trees. You will find that in most cases, this is really more of a last resort procedure to prevent you from having to take a tree down.

Vista Pruning:

Tree trimming like this is done to create a view. So, if you want to see your lake or the mountains, this is what you want to do. Or, if you have a business, you need to be sure that you are checking this out.

Tree Cabling/Bracing:

With cabling and bolting, this is going to help to create the structural strength of the trees. This is high strength cable that is going to be put in so that they can help tree limbs be strengthened and so that they don’t split anymore and to prevent further cracking.

Pruning Cuts That Should Be Made:

  • Trim crossed over limbs that are intersecting and rubbing against each other.
  • Trim dead and decaying branches that may be hazardous to you or to your home.
  • Trim the diseased and insect infested limbs so that they can make these trees healthy.
  • Trim the limbs that have been damaged in a storm or by high winds.
  • Trim back all the limbs that are touching wires, homes, and buildings.
  • Trim excessive weight on the tips of branches to prevent more limbs from breaking.
  • Remove sprouts and suckers on the center of the tree so that there is light coming through.
  • Train the tree branches to grow how you want them to grow.

*No limbs or branches should be removed without a reason.