Tree Trimming and Tree Pruning are Critical for Tree Health
Make us your top choice for tree trimming and tree pruning in Charlotte, Greensboro, or Raleigh/Durham, NC
At Carolina Tree Care, we take a customized approach to your tree trimming and pruning needs. We can remove dead branches to promote tree health, or we can get rid of branches that are blocking a great view. Maybe you want to shape your tree or correct structural imperfections to promote longevity — we can do those things, too. And if you want to trim a young tree to promote proper growth or remove diseased limbs from a mature tree, we’re the experts you can trust.
No matter the reasons behind your tree trimming or pruning needs, Carolina Tree Care can get the job done.
Eliminating dead wood, removing dangerous branches, and correctly caring for young trees are all important to minimize hazards. These services should only be done by trained and experienced technicians to reduce potential injury or damage to your property.
Our pros can create a detailed tree trimming or pruning action plan based on your desired outcome for each and every one of your trees.
Headquartered in Concord, NC, we proudly offer tree trimming and pruning services across the Charlotte, Greensboro, and Raleigh/Durham, NC areas — and we’re ready to work with you.
When it comes to pruning, it’s important to have a goal in mind before making a single cut. There are five common reasons why you would need to prune your tree:
To improve your tree’s structure, we’ll establish a dominant central stem, or leader, by removing any competing or codominant stems. We can also establish the lowest permanent branches and/or establish proper scaffold branch spacing.
Risk mitigation pruning
This is done to reduce the likelihood of branch failure, which could cause injury and/or property damage. We’ll get rid of any dead, dying, diseased, and/or deformed branches.
This is done to reduce a tree’s interference with people, activities, infrastructure, buildings, traffic, lines-of-sight, desired views, or the health and growth of other plants.
This improves a tree’s structure, form, and/or appearance. This type of pruning is usually done after improper pruning, storm damage, and/or some other form of damage.
Size management pruning
Previously called crown reduction pruning, this reduces a tree’s overall size while still maintaining its natural shape and form.
Carolina Tree Care would love to work with you.
We understand the importance of caring for your trees in a safe, responsible way.
Contact us today to work with a team you can trust.