Tree Pruning

Pruning for mature trees is required to remove dead and dying branches to maintain the tree’s health and safety, this type of pruning is referred to as crown cleaning.  Thinning is the removal of live branches to reduce density, this significantly reduces wind resistance and subsequent storm damage, thinning is concentrated on the outer portions of the canopy while leaving most of the interior crown as possible in some cases reduction is required to improve the form or shape of the tree or to compensate for structural weaknesses.  Johnson tree service employees are trained to evaluate the condition of your trees and determine the type of pruning required to balance your goals and those of managing plant health and safety.

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