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Excellent and professional people. They were a pleasure to have around. Jordan was always keeping me updated as to their progress.
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They had the tree removed the same day the tree fell. They did such a good job, we hired them to remove other dead trees.
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Tree pruning is a beneficial tree maintenance procedure that improves the safety and health of a tree. Pruning a tree removes diseased limbs, keeping the health problem from spreading. Removing branches threatening to fall, the procedure protects your home from damage and helps you avoid injuries.
We offer the tree pruning service in Oklahoma City and the neighboring areas. Armed with decades of tree pruning experience, the best tree pruning tools, and a passionate team, we ensure that all our customers are satisfied. We always strive to go beyond our customer’s expectations.
Benefits of Hiring Tree Pruning Professionals
1. Safety for Your Home
If you are handling DIY tree pruning alone, controlling the heavier branches may be impossible. The branches may land on your house, power lines, or other utilities near your home. The resulting damage could cost you thousands of dollars to fix.
While you will need to pay for a professional tree pruning service, the cost of professional service will be much less compared to the cost of fixing your home. Professionals use ropes and advanced machines to slowly bring branches down when the tree is standing next to important utilities.
2. Safety for Your Tree
When attempting DIY tree pruning for the first time, homeowners often assume that pruning involves cutting random branches. This is not the case – removing the wrong branches increases the risk of tree damage. In the case the damage is irreversible, you may have to spend money on tree removal and replacement.
With years of experience, professionals know the branches to remove and the limbs to leave on the tree. This guarantees a healthier, better-looking, and safer tree with zero damages.
3. You Avoid Injury
Falling from a 100-foot tree puts you at the risk of suffering permanent injuries – this could put you in a wheelchair for the rest of your life. In the past, tree falls have been known to cause death. While DIY tree pruning might seem like a good idea to save some money, an accident could force you to spend much more money on treatment costs.
Allowing professionals to handle tree pruning means you can stay as far as you want away from the tree. This eliminates the possibility of suffering injuries from the tree maintenance procedure.
4. You Save Time
A small tree may take a few hours out of your day. When you have several trees that need pruning, you could spend days on the tree crowns, especially if you are limited by in-advanced tree pruning gear.
Most property owners in Oklahoma are busy and letting professionals handle tree maintenance procedures opens their days, allowing them to handle tasks that cannot be delegated.
DIY Tree Pruning Tips
Some homeowners in Oklahoma have shrubs and extremely small trees on their landscapes. If these trees are non-risky, DIY tree pruning might be a good way to save some money. Use the tips below to complete the procedure smoothly:
- Remove branches with the smallest diameters. While it is okay to remove branches whose diameter is below 2 inches, branches with a diameter bigger than 4 inches should only be removed for safety or health purposes.
- Branches forming a weak V-shaped angle can be removed. Those forming a strong U-shaped angle with the trunk can be allowed to stay on the tree.
- Use sharp tools – this ensures clean cuts and minimizes the chances of injuries.
- When moving from one tree to the other, use rubbing alcohol with a 70% concentration to sanitize your tools. This eliminates the possibility of spreading diseases.
- When removing a branch, avoid cutting too close or too far from the trunk. Cut between the branch collar and ridge.
Preventative Tree Pruning
This method of pruning helps improve tree safety. The procedure involves removing branches featuring the risk of causing accidents, including:
- Branches threatening to fall
- Branches hanging too low
- Branches reducing visibility on roads and paths