Local Tree Trimming Experts
Ayles Tree Service, Inc., provides expert tree trimming and removal. Our experienced staff and state-of-the-art equipment ensures prompt efficient tree removal in even the most difficult of settings.
Why Tree Trimming And Tree Pruning Is Important
If you’ve been neglecting the continued maintenance of the trees on your property you could be in for a wake up call. Most people think that their trees will simply take care of themselves, but this is far from the truth. Continued maintenance of the trees on your property will ensure their health and appearance for years to come. Call your local tree trimming experts at Ayles before your cherished trees are damaged.
We Have several large towers reaching up to 70 feet. Chippers that can chip up to a 18 inch log. Prentice loaders to haul large logs & wood.
Tree Cabling and Bracing
Mature specimen trees on site are irreplaceable. However, we can provide professional tree cabling that extends the life of even the best cared for mature specimen trees. Properly cabled trees reduce your risk of property damage, and help preserve large trees that are becoming less and less common.
The Tree Trimming and Tree Pruning Process
Tree trimming and pruning have a variety of benefits. The process for trimming and pruning will depend upon the tree and the desired outcome. Before any pruning or trimming takes place you need to have plan.
Once the plan is formulated a variety of tools will be chosen depending on the configuration and size of the tree. Some of the most commonly used tools are small trees are hand pruners, loppers, and pruning saws.
Working with Ayles local tree trimming experts and pruning professionals will ensure the job is completed successfully, and the health of your tree is taken into account throughout the process.
The Benefits of Trimming and Pruning Your Trees
Tree trimming and pruning has many benefits, both to the health of your tree, and the safety of those nearby. A regular tree maintenance plan will keep your trees healthy and thriving.
- Keeps People Safe – A dead branch can fall from a tree at any time. This can be incredibly dangerous for anyone interacting with or passing by the tree. The pruning process can also be dangerous depending on the location and size of the branches. That’s why you should always consult the opinion of a professional before moving forward.
- Maintain Structural Integrity – Pruning and trimming trees can help to maintain the structural integrity of the tree. When you trim and prune a tree you can force the tree to grow in a certain direction or configuration that will keep the tree in balance and away from dangerous elements, such as power lines. This will also help to stop the tree from growing in an unbalanced configuration, which could cause it to topple in high winds.
- Improve The Tree’s Aesthetics – If aesthetics are important to you and your landscape then pruning and trimming on a consistent basis will help keep the tree in line with your needs. By trimming certain branches you can also force the tree to grow in a certain direction, or assume a certain appearance. However, make sure not to prune too much of the tree as you can actually end up doing damage to the health of the tree.
- Keeps The Tree Healthy and Thriving – Removing dead or diseased branches from the tree can help keep the tree healthy, and reduce further infection. By removing certain branches you can also reduce broken branches that might occur in the future as the tree ages.
If your tree has competing branches you can also force a dominant branch, which will prevent the tree from breaking in heavy winds.
Working With A Michigan Local Tree Pruning Expert
Tree pruning and trimming might seem like a simple process you can do yourself. However, if done incorrectly, or too quickly you can actually end up killing the tree.
That’s why working with a professional tree service team like Ayles Tree service, is always a good idea. If you have trees on your property in the Lansing Michigan area, or throughout mid-Michigan, that require a trim, why don’t you give us a call at (517) 484-8318?