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Tree Pruning

Tree pruning or tree trimming is the most common service provided by the majority of arborists. It is the removal of living or dead parts and is critical to maintaining your trees health, stimulating growth and retaining its natural appearance. All Tree Pruning should be carried out with a high level of understanding of how the tree will respond to each cut that is made.

Common types of tree pruning include:

  • Tree trimming to remove dead wood
  • Pruning to remove branches or limbs away from house, pool or other area
  • Thinning the canopy to remove overgrown branches
  • Elevating branches to provide space to walk under or light
  • Structural pruning to restore the shape of a tree
  • Reducing the length of tree branches or limbs to prevent failure
  • Aesthetic pruning

Whether you’re interested in making your feature tree look beautiful after a COVID backyard reno or worried about branches on your roof or concerned about your trees – get in touch! We’d be happy to consult on your issue to see if we can be of service.

Get ahead of potential issues with tree pruning

Every homeowner in Toronto has a responsibility to ensure that trees are maintained and safe to prevent injury or damage to property. This means that trees should be inspected regularly, with tree reports provided by a trained arborist.

Unfortunately trees can suffer from a range of diseases, pests and stresses that can impact their health and vitality over time. Often what can look like a healthy tree can actually be a safety hazard, while sometimes trees that look rather ugly may be in fine health — just not particularly attractive.

Whatever the concern, speaking to a professional to develop a plan of action is the best way to avoid the unexpected. And sometimes the best course of action is none at all! Vista Tree is interested in building good long-term relationships with our clients and community based on our passion for tree care and integrity, so we don’t prescribe services that we don’t think are necessary or try to upsell to more work. At the end of the day, we want our clients and potential clients to have the best possible outcome for their trees and their properties.