Tree Pruning Service in Burlington
Trees look good on their own, but sometimes, they could do with a helping hand. The correct procedure on an ugly bush can transform it into something that is stylish and looks great in the front or back yard. We have the knowledge and the experience to be able to work on any kind of tree to encourage it to take on a particular style. So, next time your tree is looking a bit overgrown, get in contact with us to see how we can help rather than attempting it yourself - it could produce something new and beautiful. Whether it is crown thinning, crown raising or a crown reduction, if the cuts are done incorrectly, it can have a severe detrimental effect to your trees.
But ignoring the aesthetic side of things for a second, it is important to note that pruning has a number of practical benefits as well. For example, the height of a tree can become a problem. The girth of a tree can cause it to clog up, ruining the circulation of air and damaging its growth. Shaping, design and appearance are important aspects of tree life, but it’s ongoing health, security and structure is significant, too. And pruning is the answer.
Clearly, this service in particular varies dramatically from tree to tree. Because of that, we can’t explain here exactly how we might be able to help you. But, to get in contact with us has never been easier and we would be happy to talk with you about what we can offer and to organise an inspection of the tree you have in mind to give us a better idea of the options that we have. At Burlington Tree Care, we are looking forward to hearing from you… get in touch as soon as you can!
This service, compared to the rest of the options in our range, is of the lighter variety. When we think of tree pruning, we sometimes imagine funny images. This could take the form of a dainty lady from England pruning the bushes in the front yard. Or, it could conjure up an image of a butler of old, working his way around the rose bushes with a pair of pruning shears. One more for good luck: a groundsman in the french sunshine working his way around the maze, creating topiary elephants and giraffes out of the walls. Ok, Ok, we got a bit carried away there. But you can see our point. Often pruning is seen as a preserve of a certain wealth bracket or as a house duty like de-cluttering that is easy to carry out and can be done once in awhile by any member of the family. Whilst it’s true that pruning is an easier job to perform than tree removal or tree disposal, there is more to a good pruning job than meets the eye at first. Here at Burlington Tree Care, we want to be the ones to take on all of your tree pruning projects. Please allow us to explain why…