Tree trimming and structural pruning methods that promote a sound tree structure help trees resist failure, provide clearance, and improve aesthetics, while promoting long life. From training young trees to managing mature ones, structural pruning is necessary to direct growth and manage tree architecture and should be the primary goal each time a tree is pruned. A well-structured tree is aesthetically pleasing, preserves the crown as it grows larger, and is long-lived. Poor tree architecture can be costly, leading to failure and early tree removal. When improperly performed, pruning can harm the tree’s health, stability, and appearance and make matters worse.
Gerald’s Tree Service takes pride in making your trees aesthetically pleasing and maintains the highest standard in keeping your trees healthy.