Tree Pruning Newcastle
Pruning is an important part of tree maintenance and we take it very seriously that you choose the right team. Branch Management are experts, offering over 25 years of Tree Pruning Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Port Stephens, Maitland & Cessnock.
Our professional and qualified Newcastle team have years of climbing experience and a tonne of knowledge when it comes to understanding how trees grow and react to certain types of tree pruning. Read more here about how to select the best Arborists in Newcastle.
We recommend tree pruning on a regular annual basis by removing any diseased, damaged and dead tree wood which prevents insects and decay organisms from entering the tree. It is not uncommon for a dead branch to fall causing damage to property or injury to a loved one. These dead limbs are more dangerous than what you think. Annual pruning also gives our Arborist a chance to inspect your tree from an aerial position. Correct pruning procedures create and maintain a strong tree structure.
Safe Climbing Techniques
Our climber does not wear spikes when pruning your trees. This will ensure your trees are not damaged in the process of being pruned and maintain their health and longevity.
When to prune your trees?
Dead, damaged, and diseased branches should be removed as soon as possible. These dead, damaged or diseased branches can fall at any time and are considered a hazard. Otherwise, the best time to prune is in late winter, early spring, just before the tree begins to open its buds. While pruning can be done anytime, it is always good to avoid hot dry periods and extreme winter cold.
To start with, we recommend pruning on an annual basis and then together, we can develop a tree maintenance programme for the health, safety and longevity of your trees. An interesting read on why rain water is better for our plants than tap water.
Benefits of annually pruning your trees
- Keeps your trees healthy.
- Trees add value to your property.
- Provides shade and cools your property down in the hot weather.
- Gives our Arborist a chance to monitor and reduce any potential hazards.
- Increases longevity within your trees.
- Gives you peace of mind.
Pruning with an EWP (Elevated Work Platform)
The team at Branch Management all have different qualifications that compliment each other to allow us to perform all types of Tree Pruning Newcastle. Here our client wanted the dead fronds off this large phoenix palm without damaging the manicured hedge in the garden bed below and to retain the fern around the top of the trunk. With the use of a EWP (Elevated Work Platform) our guys were able to achieve this in a short period of time.
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