Promoting the health of your trees is critical
At Carolina Tree Care, we take a customized approach to your tree trimming and pruning needs. We may be removing dead branches to promote tree health or healthy branches to improve a view. We may be shaping trees purely for aesthetic purposes or correcting structural imperfections to promote longevity. We may be training a young tree to grow properly or removing diseased limbs that have an insect infestation.
The removal of dead or dangerous trees should be a priority for every property owner. Eliminating dead wood, removing dangerous branches, and correctly pruning young trees are all important to minimize hazards to property and people. These services should only be rendered by trained and experienced technicians to reduce potential injury or damage to property.
Regardless of your needs, Carolina Tree Care will create a detailed action plan for each individual tree and the pruning work to be performed.
Headquartered in Concord, NC, we proudly offer tree trimming and pruning services across the Charlotte, Greensboro, Raleigh, Durham and Winston-Salem greater metropolitan areas—and are ready to work with you.
Selective pruning to improve the structure, form, and appearance of trees that have been severely headed, vandalized, or damaged
Selective pruning to allow a specific view, usually by creating view “windows” through the tree’s crown
Selective pruning to provide vertical clearance
Selective pruning to reduce density of live branches, usually by removing entire branches
Selective pruning to remove one or more of the following parts: dead, diseased, and/or broken branches. Usually, all cleaning will be of branches 1” in diameter or greater throughout the entire crown
Hazard Reduction Pruning
Selective pruning to prevent dangerous situations and associated damage from occurring such as felled trees during storms.
Selective pruning to decrease height and/or spread by removing specified branches
Young Tree Pruning
Selective pruning to train young trees to maintain structural integrity