Tree Pruning

Tree Pruning is the most common tree maintenance procedure next to watering.
Pruning is often desirable or necessary to remove dead, diseased, or insect-
infested branches and to improve tree structure, enhance vigor, or maintain
safety. Because each cut has the potential to change the growth of
(or cause damage to) a tree, no branch should be removed without a reason.

Removing foliage from a tree has two distinct effects. Removing leaves reduces
photosynthesis and may reduce overall growth which can be extremely harmful
to a trees survival. However, after pruning, the growth that does occur takes
place on fewer shoots, so the tree tends to grow longer. You should
understanding how a tree responds to pruning before you when select
branches for removal.

Pruning mature trees may require special equipment, training and experience.
can provide a variety of services to assist in performing the job
safely and while avoiding damage to your property. We are also able to
unsure what type of pruning is necessary to maintain or improve the
health, appearance and safety of your trees.

Contact TreeTech Canada to assess each tree
for viability and recommend an appropriate