Pruning your trees is important for many reasons, which result in better looking and healthier trees. Removing dead, dying and diseased branches helps the entire tree grow in a healthy way.
Pruning opens up the canopy to let light and air in, which increases the foliage. By removing the suckers and water sprouts at ground level, the nutrients can reach the main leader and ultimately help the tree withstand storms and high winds.
Pruning trees also helps with safety in your yard. Well pruned trees are stronger and healthier. This will help keep family and friends safe.
Removing branches that act as obstructions is also important for the health of the trees and surroundings; such as branches that obstruct a walkway or touch your roof.