Tree Pruning Services

What is pruning?

Tree pruning is the process of removing or trimming branches to help maintain the overall health of the tree. Diseased, damaged or dying branches and roots can result in decay or insects further damaging your tree. Damaged branches also run the risk of being a safety hazard as they can break off or fall unexpectedly.

Pruning is also done for landscaping purposes. A well trimmed shrub or tree can greatly enhance the aesthetics of any garden! Maintaining your trees and shrubs around your yard may also be required according to city bylaws, especially if they overhang or block sidewalks and roads.

Professional trimming and pruning services

Did you know trimming a bush incorrectly could spread a ravenous tree disease throughout your whole neighbourhood? We do! Trust the foremost experts in tree pruning and trimming in Edmonton, Sherwood Park and the St. Albert area.

Our professionally trained I.S.A. Certified Arborists offer:

  • Tree Pruning
  • Tree Trimming
  • Shrub Trimming
  • Shrub Pruning

Despite what you may think, tree pruning is not something you should try yourself. You may end up ruining the look and health of your tree. The wrong cut could sabotage next season’s growth, or even spread diseases like Dutch Elm Disease to your entire neighbourhood or city!

We specialize in:

All species of shade trees and shrubs (large or small, we prune them all)

  • Apple tree pruning
  • Fruit tree pruning
  • Elm tree and Oak tree pruning
  • Conifer (Spruce & Pine) shaping
  • Hedge shaping

When should you prune?

Pruning and trimming your trees at ideal times will help reduce the risk of permanently damaging your horticulture. The ideal time to prune most deciduous trees is in late winter or early spring before the trees begin to bud. Pruning a tree during these cooler months will also help reduce bleeding as they’re still in a dormant state. This time period is also ideal to avoid the risk of insects and fungus from spreading.

Elm trees have special regulations when it comes to trimming. You can only prune your elm trees between October 1 and March 31 to avoid spreading Dutch Elm disease. If you’re not sure when the optimal time is to prune your trees, just ask one of our certified arborists and we’d be more than happy to help!

Want to know more? Click here to get a free estimate, or give us a call at (780) 448-0584 on tree pruning and trimming in Edmonton, Sherwood Park or St. Albert.

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