Tree pruning is an art form, which is why it’s a task that’s often best left to Auckland arborists. Anyone can prune trees, but it takes a qualified, trained expert to prune them in a way that benefits their health.
Regular pruning can keep your tree healthy and safe. Still, the species, age, and pruning objectives can all impact the most appropriate pruning methods. What’s more, it’s easy to remove too many small branches or too much inner foliage that can affect the tree’s structure and ability to thrive.
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What’s Involved in Tree Pruning?
There’s a lot involved in taking care of trees, especially when it comes to pruning. Mature trees require minimal pruning, but there’s much less room for error. Never remove more than a quarter of your tree’s leaf-bearing crown and be aware that older trees have less energy to defend against wounds and decay.
Tree pruning can also involve:
- Crown care tree pruning
- Raising/lifting pruning
- Crown reduction
Why Choose the Experts to Prune Trees?
While many people are capable of pruning their own trees, there’s a reason why tree owners rely on Auckland arborists from Pro Climb to take care of the job.
- Qualified arborists are experts in their field
- They guarantee safe working practices
- You can be satisfied with the result
- They guarantee quality workmanship
- All arborists keep up to date with industry practices
Do your trees need pruning? Call the tree landscaping experts who can have them looking at their best once more.
Get the answers from Tree Pruning experts
Tree pruning can be beneficial for the health and safety of your trees and property. Young trees require more pruning than mature trees, but mature tree pruning can require more expertise and precision.
Pruning trees can involve deadwooding, crown reduction, crown care tree pruning, and more. Such tasks can be best left in the capable hands of trained experts. Our Pro Climb arborist team can provide tree pruning services for aesthetics, health, and safety.
Many things can signal the need for arborists to undertake tree pruning. You might have diseased, damaged, dying, or dead branches or the branches may be impacting neighbouring structures. If you’re unsure, tree experts can provide some helpful advice.