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This crab tree needs to be pruned to ensure its survival. An overgrown ornamental tree cannot feed itself with so much extra growth.
This crab tree will actually die if it's not pruned soon. it's growing onto neighboring property and it's leaves are turning yellow too early.
These ornamental trees have small root systems, which is often why they can't support a large volume of foliage. This makes trimming and pruning a necessity.
Dead trees in high traffic areas must be removed
for everyone's safety.
An example of a backyard that was lost to a Manitoba Maple Tree. Time to give these folks their backyard back!
The Manitoba Maple will naturally grow out and fall over, taking down everything else in it's path.
A dangerous branch that's snapped and just hanging on. It will need to be removed before someone gets hurt, or property is damaged.
This tree may be damaged, but it's far from lost. We'll prune and feed it back to health. This tree will live a long time.
And of course all the fallen branches will be cleared out. This tree will once again be safe to be around.
Welcome to the Tree Services head office.
Mike making sure this tree is beautiful and healthy
The crew safely at work.
A freshly pruned crab tree
This crab tree has received our TLC. It'll now be able to feed itself and grow strong and healthy.
Another beautifully pruned crab tree
ALL CLEAR! A dangerous dead tree is out of harms way.
A healthy cedar hedge in need of a haircut
You'll notice a gentle slope on this hedge.
This ensures good health from top to bottom.
A small hedge in need of some pruning. Pruning should only be done at certain times of the year.
Here's a split comparison of work we did pruning a crab tree.
Here's a split comparison of work we did removing a dead tree.
A healthy cedar hedge before and after.