Tree trimming and pruning
How do I find someone to prune my hedges:
Looking for a way to cut back a group of hedges or trees?
Make sure you hire a knowledgeable plant person.
Landscape and privacy plants are a huge investment in money and time.
It takes years and years for a good solid hedge to develop.
Homeowner's often make the tragic mistake of pruning too early or too late in the year.
Certain conditions will allow the plant to be more susceptible to fungus and diseases such as viruses and bacteria.
You can count on Beaver County Tree Services to make the best out of your situation.
If rotting is a problem, sit back and relax while our technicians evaluate the health condition of your greenery and determine if a simple trimming will help the health of your tree.
Here are some things we consider when evaluating a tree or shrub:
1. Location - We check to make sure that the location of the plant is appropriate for it's needs. Some plants do well in full sun while others may not. Plants are very diverse in their needs for light, shelter, soil and many other factors.
Our experts understand this fact and utilize it to help you make healthy decisions for your landscape.
2. Age - Just like humans, plants can age and become more susceptible to diseases and pests as they grow older.
In a plant, having more age means that it has had it's entire lifetime to get exposed the many "dangers" that exist as a plant in this world.
Some dangers that plants are exposed to in their life time are fungus, insect pests, poisoning, mammal pests, virus and bacterial issues, open "wounds" where these pests can infiltrate and slowly cause a deeper and more troublesome erosion of health for the plant.
Our Beaver County Tree Care will take a look at all the factors associated with age in a plant and advise you of the best path to take when deciding whether to prune or completely remove or just move a plant within a landscape.
3. Season - Is there a correct season to prune or move a plant?
We answer this with a resounding YES!
Biannual and perennial plants all have a specific time that is optimal for pruning, moving or fertilizing/enhancing.
If you try to take this task on without knowledge of the plant species and what it prefers, you risk demolishing your plant and your investment of time and money that was put into the landscape.
Cranberry Township Tree Removal and Care know these times of year and which plants are more "picky" than others.
Let our Pittsburgh Area Tree Trimmer help you make the right decision about all of your plants!