Those trees in your yard are getting a little out of hand. Every morning when you leave for work and when you return, you talk to these trees. You promise them you will get them back into shape as soon as you can. You beg them not to cause damage to your home or electrical lines before you can take care of them.
But you’re a busy person, even on the weekends. You’re torn because you know your trees need attention, but you can’t seem to fit them on the top of your priority list.
One way to do this is to hire professionals to get the job done. Hiring a tree trimming service keeps you safe and gives you confidence your trees will be trimmed the right way. Oh yes, there is a right way.
There are many right ways to trim a tree. Whether you’ve got palm trees, a desert willow, blue palo Verde, ironwood, the Mexican redbud, or any other Phoenix tree, the trimming service will depend on the needs of the tree.
Trees have crowns. And they sit at the top of the tree. Only, instead of vibrant jewels, the tree’s crown has leaves that help with photosynthesis. The crown usually adapts to its environment. The environment of your yard most likely gives it a lot of room to grow.
You may not believe this, but crowns that are too big are not good.
A professional tree trimmer in Phoenix will be able to thin, lift or reduce the crown of your trees so that it can provide healthy benefits, like the ones listed below.
Trimmed Trees Improve Landscape
Unless your home is in the jungle, having trees trimmed improves the overall curb appeal of your home and your neighborhood. A good Phoenix trimming service provider can shape your tree in a way that looks basic and blends in, to exquisite and gets noticed by the neighbors.
Trimmed Trees Are Less Dangerous
Depending on how close you live to your neighbors and to the street, unkempt trees can pose a danger to you or your neighbor’s home, utility lines, and those passing by.
A strong wind can cause dead branches to break. Dead trees may fall, causing damage to property. The last thing you need is an unexpected expense caused by a preventable service.
Trimmed Trees Are Healthier
Phoenix tree trimmers will tell you trees need nutrients to thrive, just like humans. The bigger the tree, the less nutrients it can absorb if all its large branches are left on. That’s because the larger branches can absorb the nutrients, leaving the roots with nothing.
By trimming larger branches, the trunk and roots can get the nutrients they need to live and to grow.
Prevention is Always Best
Just like there are things you can do to prevent ill health, there are also things you can do for your tree to prevent it from getting a disease. Tree care in Phoenix means checking early for problems, like bug infestations to root damage.
By hiring a tree trimming service to check the health of your trees, you could be saving your tree from a spreading disease and saving yourself time and money is the disease spreads. So, how do you find a good Phoenix tree service company?
The Right Tree Trimmer
Anyone can claim to be the best tree trimming professional in Phoenix. Many lack the basic qualifications, however.
When searching tree trimmers, stay local. Going with a chain company can mean you are depending on a company with universal methods that may not be specific to the Phoenix area.
As well as hiring a local tree trimming service, interview them. You are the hiring company and the person you hire should meet your standards. Ask for certifications, licenses, insurance, and estimates for their work. It’s also good to ask for references.
Phoenix tree trimmers can give you a list of former customers who can vouch for work. You may choose to stop at locations where you see them working and interview them on the spot or ask the property owner for their opinion.
It Can Be Cost-Effective
Tree trimming does not need to be expensive. Tree trimmers can give you free estimates where they will tell you the services your trees need and can help you prioritize them based on your budget and the needs of your trees.
Together, you can develop a satisfactory tree trimming plan of action.