Tree Trimming & Tree Pruning

Pruning and trimming are vital to the health and the strength of a tree. However, they have to be executed correctly or they can be detrimental. Luckily, the experts at Advanced Arbor know the exact practices necessary to prune and trim in such a way as to improve the health, increase the strength, increase flowering, and reduce the amount of breakage to your tree. Our deep understanding of tree biology and branch attachment, for both young and mature trees, helps us to predict a trees response to pruning. When dealing with mature trees, we make sure to reduce possible hazards in order to maintain the health of the tree. For young trees we concentrate on improving the structure of the tree to make sure it grows from a strong foundation.

We first consider the problem to be solved in order to effectively fulfill your objective. There are multiple types of tree pruning that we can utilize in order to give you what you want and need.

  •  Cleaning – Cleaning trees begins with removing the dead, broken, or dying branches. The branches that are diseased or are weakened are also removed. This focus is around the crown.
  • Raising – This is when we clear the lower branches in order to provide more vertical clearance.
  • Reduction/Shaping – We will trim the necessary branches in order to provide you with the exact shape and feel that you desire.
  • Thinning – Pruning that thins the density of the branches. Thinning allows for more sunlight and airflow to filter through, and it can reduce the weight of the canopy.
  • Structural Pruning – Structural pruning develops the tree structure and strengthens it; it is vital to the life of a young tree.
  • Restoration Pruning – This pruning aims to improve the structure, form, and appearance of damaged trees.
  • Vista Pruning – Creates view windows through the tree’s crown.


No matter your trimming and pruning needs, Advanced Arbor has the expertise and ability to take care of it. Contact us today!