Tree Trimming and Pruning

If you have dead, diseased, or overgrown branches, your landscape is suddenly a war zone for falling branches — putting your infrastructure, assets, and employees at risk.

If your trees are growing out of control, then you don’t have control over the safety of your infrastructure. Your trees need to be trimmed in order to maintain optimal health and safety.

You need the Certified Arborists at CHOP to inspect your trees and personalize a tree trimming/pruning schedule that optimizes the safest and healthiest tree growth.

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Sharp trimming, sharp results.

Keep your lines safe.

 

When it comes to trimming and pruning, timing is critical. Both neglecting to prune and over-pruning can lead to your tree getting sick and eventually dying.

At CHOP, we’ll listen to your needs, analyze each individual tree’s shape and structure to ensure that pruning maximizes the safest growth patterns possible.

We’ll reduce the risk of large branch failure from dead or weak branches, and we can even save a storm-damaged tree from a costly fate. We save you money down the road by taking care of your trees now, before they have the chance to become a problem.

When you trust CHOP with your trees, you can relax knowing your electrical and power lines are clear, and that your infrastructure and employees are safe.

Get in touch with us

Finally, you can have the confidence that your electrical and power lines, infrastructure, assets, and employees are safe from costly tree accidents.

Fill out the form below to get an accurate estimate of your services, and one of our people will get in touch with you as soon as possible!

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