Pruning actually accomplishes two of the goals of tree maintenance.
First, it can improve the health of your trees. When dead branches are properly removed, your tree can heal naturally. And when poorly developed branches (or unnecessary ones) are removed, the tree can then direct its energy to the proper areas of development.
Next, pruning can improve the aesthetics of your landscape and make your property a safer place to be for you and your family. Limbs and branches can be selectively removed to properly set your landscape and allow more sunlight to reach your lawn, landscapes and pools. And pruning limbs close to your home results in better airflow and less debris.
At Precision Tree Service we prune using International Society Of Arboriculture standards, Classes I, II, and III. Most people don’t know these standards, and I’m not going to bore you with the details. What I will do is give you a detailed explanation of how your trees will be pruned at the time of your estimate.