Simply put, trimming is more of a procedure done for aesthetic purposes, while pruning is done primarily for safety and health purposes. Pruning for safety reasons is when you cut off branches that could fall on a person or on a part of your home or property. Pruning a tree to maintain its health typically includes removing insect-infested or decayed branches and thinning out the crown for better air passage. You can also prune to promote fruit production in fruit-bearingmore
Monthly Archives: August 2013
When it comes to conserving energy and helping the environment, trees may be one of your biggest allies. For these reasons alone, we work hard to help home owners keep their trees healthy.more
- Trees around a home can cut air conditioning costs by 10 to 50%.
- The U.S. Forest Service estimates that in 50 years, one tree generates $30,000 in oxygen, recycles $35,000 in water and removes $60,000 worth of air pollution.
- Trees (and landscape) can increase property values by up to