A strong tree will have a full, vibrant crown. It’s good to have a tree with a full canopy, and that speaks volumes about the health of the tree. That said, it’s important to maintain that health by maintaining the crown of the tree. Your tree’s crown (all of the branches and leaves stemming off of the trunk) should be trimmed regularly to maintain your tree’s health, and if you prefer, you can trim the crown of your tree to improve its structure, to reduce the shade your tree casts, and to improve the views that you have from your property.
Structural pruning is just that: pruning that’s intended to improve the structure of your tree. Depending on the tree type, most trees thrive with one or two dominant branches (the largest branches which ascend vertically from the trunk). To ensure that these larger branches are competing for nutrients and sunlight, we can cut off any superfluous branches. We’ll also lop off any lower branches around your tree, which may be obstructive (or hazardous) for passersby.
Crown Reduction for Your Vista
If your trees are blocking your favorite view, we can help. No matter how hard we may try to control tree growth, it’s inevitable that branches will grow in unexpected directions. And when a branch ends up smack-dab in front of your window, it can be a nuisance. Fortunately, we’re here to bring back your favorite views. Enlighten your home, and reclaim your property from an overgrown thicket of trees with crown reduction from Able Tree Experts.
Crown Reduction for Sunlight
Large lush trees can actually hinder the health of plants throughout your property if they reduce the sunlight below the canopy enough. In this instance, we can remove upper canopy limbs to bring sunlight back to your landscape. With canopy reduction to improve the lighting in your landscape, your plants and lawn will be grateful. We’ll work with you to formulate a canopy reduction strategy to improve the amount of sunlight on your property to meet your desires.
Crown Reduction for Tree Health
Trees actually thrive when they have some of their limbs removed. When you have a large, overgrown tree, limbs can begin to die off since they aren’t receiving enough nutrients from the soil or sunlight to the limb’s leaves. In these instances, it’s helpful to reduce the amount of branches throughout the tree in order to give the remaining branches a boost in nutrients and sunlight. If you’re considering crown reduction to improve the health of your tree, it’s best to have limbs lopped off in late winter or early spring.
Count on Your Able Tree Experts Crew
Here at Able, we take pride in providing premier tree care services. With every project we tackle, we strive to perform the job efficiently and safely, and we always see our projects through to the end—that means a thorough cleanup once we’ve tamed your tree canopy. We have over 30 years of experience working with trees throughout southeastern Michigan. We value customer satisfaction, and we put an emphasis in our superior workmanship. See the Able Tree Experts difference for yourself—get in touch with us today to get canopy reduction services. We provide tree care services for folks throughout Auburn Hills, Berkley, Beverly Hills, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Bloomfield Township, Centerline, Chesterfield, Clawson, Clinton Township, Eastpointe, Fraser, Grosse Pointe, Grosse Pointe Farms, Grosse Pointe Park, Harrison Township, Hazel Park, Huntington Woods, Lake Orion, Macomb County, Macomb, Madison Heights, Metamora, Mount Clemens, New Haven, Oak Park, Oakland County, Oakland Township, Oxford, Pleasant Ridge, Pontiac, Rochester, Romeo, Roseville, Royal Oak, Shelby Township, Southfield, Sterling Heights, Troy, Utica, Warren, Washington, West Bloomfield, White Lake and the surrounding areas.