Tree & Brush Trimming
People love plants because they are living things as well as being beautiful but that life means that they require a bit of management if they aren't to run out of control. Anyone can get out there and slash around with trimmers but aside from the sheer hard work involved there's a lot of judgment in deciding what can safely be trimmed and how far back to take it without damaging the plant. Which is where we come in. Our experienced horticulturists have the muscle and tools for the job but also the know how to tame that jungle without damaging it in the process.
Surgical Trimming - Safety First
Trimming back damaged branches and dead wood isn't just cosmetic – it also has an important safety consideration. That safety issue is twofold; firstly there is the potential damage to the tree itself from its own dead wood risking unbalanced growth and potential disease. Secondly there is the potential threat to yourself, your family, your visitors, and your property if there is a chance of damaged tree branches falling onto them or into overhead power lines. So if you think that your trees are over-reaching themselves and straying into dangerous territory, or that branches don't look like they will hold up in the next strong wind then don't delay. Call us today.
Taking back Control
Bushes and other plants often spread far beyond their original planting points not just spreading out to block driveways and pathways but seeding and expanding in all directions. In the back yard that means access issues but in the front yard it also means telling the world that you're not quite in control of things here. A neatly trimmed bush means that you're running the show, and taking care of business which also has an effect on the curb value of your home.
Let there be Light
Everyone loves rich green foliage but sometimes those leaves start to literally block out the sun. Less and less light reaches your windows, particularly downstairs, and that lovely lush growth starts to make your life a little darker and less joyous. Which is not at all the point of having trees and bushes in your yard. Equally the same light is being denied to other plants and since different trees and bushes have different growth rates you may find that some sun-greedy plants are literally starving their neighbors of the light they need to live. Trimming back those plants can not only let the light into your house and your life, but can be essential to maintaining a healthy balance between the plants in your garden. Knowing just what to trim and how far back to trim it is a job for the pros, so give us a call and we'll bring your sunshine back. Check out one of our out of state partners tree trimming springfield mo.
Most trees and bushes really benefit from a regular trim to keep them healthy and looking their best. So talk to us about what kind of plants you have, and from our knowledge of how fast they grow we can advise you on a program of annual trimming maintenance to keep your yard looking great.