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Why Tree Trimming is Important for Your Trees

    • Young trees need tree trimming or pruning to develop a strong structure, especially popular trees such as autumn blaze maples and little leaf lindens as they are prone to have poor structure.

    • Remove dead branches.

    • Clearance for homes and power lines.

    • Decrease risk of damage.

    • Proper pruning promotes a long, healthy life for the tree

    • Make your trees look great!

tree trimming facts

Hidden Oak Tree Care provides free on-site estimates  for residential or commercial tree trimming/pruning services.  Following are some tree trimming services we provide:

  • Crown Reduction (decreases tree height)
  • Crown Thinning (selective trimming to improve tree structure)
  • Crown Lifting (removing lower branches to provide clearance)
  • Tree Pollarding (prune head of tree to mainain modest size)
  • Regular Trimming (consistent trimming to maintain tree beauty and health)

Tree Care is Essential

Overgrown trees can become a hazard to your home, property and individuals.  When you have branches leaning on your roof or home they become unsightly and potentially dangerous. 

When your trees show signs of becoming a hazard it’s time to contact Hidden Oak Tree Care.

Overgrown tree branches can also become a hot spot for different types of insects.  These insects become a nusance in your yard and often enter your home through open doors and windows.

A properly trimmed tree is healthier and more safe for you home and family.

 

Tree Trimming / Tree Pruning Cost Estimates

When comparing tree trimming estimates consider the extent of the work recommended. Make sure the work quoted is comparable.

Common pruning terms:

  • Coarse Pruning: Removal of large dead branches and stubs only.

  • Medium Pruning: Removal of medium-sized to large-sized dead branches and stubs, Anything 1” in diameter or larger.

  • Fine Pruning: Removal of all small to large dead branches and stubs.

  • Crossing branches: Branches that are rubbing together.

  • Stacked branches: Branches growing directly above each other.

  • Subordination pruning: Creating good structural balance.

  • Co-dominant pruning: Branches or tree trunks that are growing out of the same area.

  • Hazard branch pruning: A branch that is a danger to people or property.

  • Clearance branch pruning: Eliminating branches that create interference.

    We are licensed and insured tree service pruners (trimmers)

About Our Certified Arborist

Our certified on-staff aborist is trained to ensure the heath and safety of your trees.  With all trimming jobs our arborist will perform these tasks: 

  • Look at your tree to determine what pruning (tree trimming) is necessary and why.

  • Offer you pruning options, tailor-fit to your tree and your needs in an estimate with tree pruning (tree trimming) costs clearly itemized.

  • Email or mail your estimate and follow up with a phone call to discuss pruning options and answer any of your questions.