Pruning is often done reactively as opposed to pro-actively, in response to problems like shade, leaf drop and security concerns amongst other issues. At TreeWorks, we prune with a more scientific approach, from doing formative pruning on newly planted trees and adolescent trees and assisting the tree reach optimal growth.
When the tree grows a bit older, as an adolescent, we return to do any corrective pruning needed. This reduces the need for re-active pruning later on in the trees life. If you need to improve a view, or get more sun onto your lawn, then we can then lift the canopy and optimize your vista (vista pruning).
Tree lacing is a method of pruning trees so that the tree admits light and air through its canopy or crown. Tree lacing and overall pruning is done for safety, health and aesthetics.
Formative pruning, adolescent tree pruning, mature tree pruning, reduction pruning, Lacing (correct branch thinning), crown raising and Vista pruning.