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When is the right time to opt for Tree Trimming Service?

When is the right time to opt for Tree Trimming Service?
Posted by: Anna Smith (IP Logged)
Date: December 05, 2014 06:35


You are the proud owner of different types of trees in your courtyard. You take immense pride in flaunting the different trees to whoever comes to your house. But have you ever thought of when is the right time to opt for Tree Trimming Service? It is extremely important to keep your trees trimmed if you want them to be hale and hearty and in the proper shape. If you find that a tree branch has grown old and weak and it is best to remove them then go ahead and opt for the trimming service.

If there are large but weak branches then there are high chances that they might fall off anytime damaging your car and property and causing you immense financial loss in return. Moreover the weak branches will prevent the healthy ones from flourishing and if these weak branches get diseased then the entire tree will shrivel up in the long run so it is best to opt for Tree Trimming Service.

If you are planning to cut a citrus tree then wait for spring, from the middle of March to the beginning of May. Citrus trees are generally huge in shape and high temperatures can cause further damage to the tree hence it is best to opt for the spring season. If you are planning to trim a pine tree then make sure that a small stub is left, donít go for a deep cut otherwise the pine tree will grow more than required and it will develop thick calluses. Hence it is important that you wait for at least three Ė four months before you go ahead and get rid of the remaining stub.

Essentially there is no specific time for Tree Trimming Service. Everything depends on the type of the tree and its prevailing condition. Once you keep these elements into check you will have a desired garden in front of you.

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