Professional Tree Trimming and Pruning in Maryland
If you are looking to improve the appearance and health of your trees while also keeping their size and shape under control, you’ll want to have them trimmed and pruned regularly. Trimming and pruning have a myriad of benefits for trees, though they are incredibly difficult tasks to perform properly without professional experience and equipment. In fact, Maryland state law requires that intensive tree pruning must be completed by a certified Maryland State Tree Expert. If you are looking for a professional to handle tree shaving, tree shortening, tree shaping, and other trimming and pruning tasks, there is no better choice than our team here at Unlimbited Tree Service, Inc. We combine our decades of professional experience with the industry’s leading tools and technology to provide trees with the highest quality trimming and pruning services available today. Learn more below, and contact our team at (443) 517-6881 today!
Improve Tree Health
Pruning and trimming can improve the overall health of your trees, the safety of those on your property, and the appearance of your yard in general. Pruning work is performed to reduce the original size of a canopy by reducing limb length and tree height. Generally, 10-15% of a canopy’s foliage can safely be removed, benefiting the overall health of a tree. “Topping,” a practice where virtually all the ends of a tree’s top limbs are shortened, is not a recommended practice and will lead to the death of your tree. This happens by reducing photosynthesis and the amount of food stored by the tree. The improper pruning of a tree such as topping produces unexpected outcomes after years of corrective pruning. When properly performed by a trained professional, pruning and trimming will improve the health of your trees.
Our professional process
Why choose Unlimbited Tree Service, Inc.
If you are searching for a service to trim and prune your trees, it’s important to work with professionals who understand how to get the job done right. After all, you don’t want lasting damage done to your trees or other parts of your property. Improper trimming and pruning practices, such as topping and imbalanced trimming, can lead to tree disease, water spouts, and, in some cases, dead trees. To ensure your trees receive the best care possible, work with a team like the one at Unlimbited Tree Service, Inc. We provide all pruning in accordance with ANSI A300 (Part I) 2001 pruning standards and have decades of experience serving properties across Maryland.
When we service a property, the health of the trees and the safety of the property as a whole are our primary concerns. We begin by conducting a thorough analysis of all trees to determine the best course of action and administer the right trimming and pruning treatments. We proudly recycle 100% of trimmed material, and work efficiently to ensure that your property is treated on time and on budget. Learn more about our trimming and pruning services below.
All types of pruning
Our tree trimming and pruning services
Do your trees need a trim? Our team is the one for the job! Our professionals proudly provide the following tree trimming and pruning services to trees across Maryland:
- Structural pruning is completed mainly to reduce competing stems or branches and to gain the appropriate shape.
- Pruning to clean a crown would include the selective removal of dead, diseased, detached, and broken limbs or branches to reduce injury and decay.
- Pruning to thin the crown of the tree will reduce crown density which retains crown shape, maintains a balanced crown distribution, and increases interior sunlight and air movement. This pruning maintains interior foliage and promotes branch taper.
- Pruning to raise a crown is performed to improve a view or achieve clearance with benefits of reduction of damage to the tree through stress or cracks.
- Pruning to restore is the restoration of damage from “topping” by selective removal and reduction of branches, sprouts, and stubs. This type of pruning is required over a period time by a certified arborist in your area.