Tree Pruning Process and Overview
Common reasons for pruning are to improve tree structure, and health of your trees our professional staff can provide you with recommendations on when to prune your trees depending on time of year, species, location, age, growth rate and the condition of your trees. Most pruning can be done throughout the year with minimal adverse effect on the health of the tree if it is performed correctly. A properly pruned tree will stay healthier, improve the appearance and reduce failure in storms. Pruning services can include crown raising, crown reduction, crown cleaning, and crown thinning to improve light and air penetration through the canopy improving the lifespan and appearance of your trees.
- TREE SHAPING
- TREE AND STUMP REMOVAL
- DANGEROUS TREE REMOVAL
- TREE TRIMMING & ORNAMENTAL PRUNING
- LAND CLEARING
- PREVENTIVE STORM
- TOP SOIL & MULCH
Tree Removal Expectation and Process
Sometimes a tree’s problems are so advanced they need to be removed. Common reasons for tree removal may include a dangerous condition of a tree, a tree deemed unsafe and having the potential to damage living spaces or existing property. Some tree’s require immediate action for the safety of your family. Johnson’s Tree Service can help determine if tree removal is necessary. We use proper equipment and techniques to safely remove trees. Our trained staff can safely remove a tree and grind the stump below grade level. Once the tree is removed, we haul off the debris — leaving your property clean. Be sure to call an insured professional when contracting for tree removal.
After a tree has been removed the remaining portion of the tree is still in the ground connected to the root system, Our top of the line machinery and professional staff can easily grind the stump out, and if needed replace with a new tree . By the way did you know you really can tell the age of most trees by counting the rings that are left by seasonal production of xylem by the cambium.
Stumps are sometimes able to regenerate into new trees. Often, a deciduous tree that has been cut will re-sprout in multiple places around the edge of the stump or from the roots. Depending on whether the tree is being removed permanently this can be either desirable or undesirable. Stump sprouts can grow very quickly and sometimes become viable trees themselves either for aesthetics or timber, due to the existing root structure; however, the cut portion of the trunk may weaken the sprouts and introduce disease into the newly forming trees.