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Hire a Tree Pruning Service in Jefferson County … For All the Right Reasons!

Ask a Jefferson County property owner why a branch should be removed from a tree, and their answer would likely be: It’s dead. And yes, this is a legitimate reason to do so.

 

Dead or fractured limbs certainly pose safety hazards to fall on people, homes or vehicles. This scenario is the most obvious pruning need.

 

It’s not the only one, however. Trees need pruning for many reasons.

 

The others? Removing diseased parts to prevent spread. Structural pruning to promote long-term growth, health and aesthetics. Taking off limbs that are rubbing against others, potentially opening wounds that allow insects and disease in.

 

The smart approach is having a Certified Arborist inspect your trees, and hiring a tree trimming service in Jefferson County. Even better, contact Dorshak Tree Specialists, and let its experienced professionals (including seven Certified Arborists) take care of all your trees’ needs!

 

Proactive tree pruning makes sense on many levels. Removing weak or fractured limbs eliminates risk of their breaking in high winds. Shaping a tree prevents its branches from rubbing against structures, dropping debris on roofs and in gutters, or dripping sap on vehicles.

 

The process of tree pruning is more complex than firing up a chainsaw and cutting away, though. The tree pruning service professionals at Dorshak Tree Specialists are educated in the right way to remove limbs – and, as importantly, which ones to cut.

 

Every branch trimmed should have a reason for doing so. Each cut opens a wound, a potential pathway for insects or disease to attack. Trimming too much, or too little, can harm a tree and start a long downward spiral.

 

Accessing high limbs is a challenge unto itself. Dorshak Tree Specialists uses a spider lift or bucket truck to access many. Experienced climbers prune in tight spots where machinery doesn’t fit.

 

In Jefferson County, some tree species should not be pruned when they’re wet. Others, such as oaks and American elms, should be pruned during winter to minimize risk of Oak Wilt or Dutch elm disease. Such knowledge can prevent well-intentioned tree work from doing more long-term harm than good.

 

How do you know which trees to prune, and when? Luckily, you don’t have to. Contact Dorshak Tree Specialists for an analysis by a Certified Arborist, and tree pruning services by a company with more than three decades of professional experience service yards in Jefferson County.

 

The reasons to do so are abundant. Topping the list are keeping your trees healthy, and loved ones and property safe. If posed as a question, these would undoubtedly be everyone’s answers.

AztalanBlackhawk IslandBreezy Knoll
BusseyvilleCambridgeCarcajou
Cold SpringConcordEbenezer
FarmingtonFort AtkinsonGlenn Oaks Beach
GrelltonHeath MillsHebron
HelenvilleHoopers MillHubbleton
IxoniaJeffersonJefferson Junction
Johnson CreekKoshkonongKoshkonong Manor
Koshkonong MoundsKroghvilleLake Koshkonong
Lake Lac La BelleLake MillsLake Ripley
MilfordNorth ShoreOak Hill
OaklandPalmyraPipersville
PortlandRomeSlabtown
SullivanSylvan MoundsVinnie Ha Ha
WaterlooWatertown 
 

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