Did you know that when you trim your trees you are providing them with a longer life? Trimming is one of the best ways to ensure your tree remains in a healthy state, while strengthening its core, in turn allowing it to withstand against Arizona’s harsh weather. In fact, when you remove diseased ridden or dead branches from your tree, you are actually discouraging the spread of decay and insect infestations.
Once we plant a tree it is easy to believe that it will just grow on its own. However, it is not taking action that causes trees to often go neglected, and/or taken for granted. While this may be true for states with much more forgiving climates, it is simply not going to happen in Arizona, in large part due to the state’s tendency for sandy soil, storms, drought conditions and insect infestations.
Branch Management Tree Service has been servicing commercial, residential and governmental clients for over 35 years valley-wide. We have the expertise, training and equipment to tackle any tree trimming, thinning or pruning job regardless of the tree’s size or shape. Our clients love our tree trimming services because of the degree of service we have to offer!
Our certified tree experts use the latest, state-of-the-art safety equipment to deliver the best and most effective tree trimming services in the minimalist of time, which saves you money. Don’t settle for less than the best; we carry an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau; and follow all ANSI A300 guidelines and standards set forth by the International Society of Arboriculture.
By opting to have tree trimming services performed regularly by Branch Management Tree Service, you can expect your tree to remain healthy, and provide you with everlasting beauty. Contact us today for our competitive prices, high level of quality, and an estimate on tree trimming and maintenance services. With the proper care, your trees will not only look better, they will also flourish.
Wrong Trimming can cause serious damage or you could lose your tree all together. For example the "Lion's Tail" trimming leaves the tree heavy at the ends of the branches.