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Remove diseased and dead branches with high risk for failure

Deadwood Removal

Remove crossing, damaged, or defective branches to create spacing and proper structure

Hazard mitigation

Remove broken or damaged branches with imminent or high likelihood of future failure

mitigate branch failure

Improve the load bearing capacity of branches for snow and wind load.

building & signage clearance

Minimize branch damage to your buildings/house and visual obstructions to signage


Minimize lighting and traffic sign blockage from tree canopies

juvenile tree pruning

Correcting Structural Defects and Improving Tree Structure
Prune your trees early in their life to train for the development of strong, leading branches and sound structure as depicted below.  Young trees respond tremendously to structural pruning cuts as dominant branches are selected and inferior branches are reduced or eliminated.
Photos courtesy of Brian Kempf - Urban Tree Foundation
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