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DD Landscaping is tree trimming Phoenix AZ and its surrounding cities including: Phoenix AZ, Sun City AZ, Sun City West AZ, Surprise AZ , Peoria AZ, and El Mirage AZ.
DD Landscaping offers tree trimming to residents of Phoenix, AZ
- Tree Trimming and Pruning
- Tree Thinning
- Tree Rehab
- Freeze Damage
Contact us to learn more about our tree trimming services.Tree Trimming In Phoenix, AZ
When you need a tree service within Phoenix, Arizona, DD Landscaping will get the job done right. Although any tree service professional with our company is trained in doing their job, you will also be provided with friendly and respectful service. We will only use the best equipment to ensure that the tree trimming leaves a professional look. The tree trimming service itself is our area of expertise, but we also give customer service skills like showing up and communicating respectfully. When you need your tree service within the Phoenix AZ area whether it is tree trimming or tree thinning, give DD Landscaping a call at 623-252-6765.Why Trim your Tree in Phoenix AZ?
A tree may need trimming for a variety of reasons; to remove diseased or storm-damaged branches, to thin the crown to permit new growth and better, remove obstructing lower branches, shape a tree for design purposes and reduce the height of a tree.
Some more reasons could be the HOA’s because they are consistently checking for limbs on the house and trees hanging over the sidewalk below 7ft. Some of the HOA’s require maintenance more often then others, by allowing only so much growth measured in inches.The City also has a big influence on landscaping, tree trimming and overgrowth because like the HOA’s they have rules that if broken they will fine the home owner.
The most common thing to use is a latter with trimmers or a chainsaw but latter’s can be dangerous. An extension pole trimmer or chainsaw would be best but any other manual saw blade with lopper on a pole will due.Why Trim Tree in Phoenix AZ to Arborist Tree Standards?
When tree trimming is professionally done, the tree looks beautiful. The purpose of thinning a tree out, is to allow air and sunlight to penetrate though the tree for photosynthesis. Tree thinning will extend the life of the tree, manipulate the tree to grow correctly, and keep the tree from blowing over in a storm.
Tree trimming involves practice to get the tree to the right standards. Tree trimming requires the right equipment and disposal of trimmings. Most companies are charging $500 to trim and thin a tree that is full and about the size of a two story building.Trimming a Tree That is Big in Phoenix AZ
Trimming a tree that is big is about safety and tools but similar to small tree there is still some skill that is involved to make a tree look good. Think of it as art, especially when thinning the inside and shaping the outside.If there are big branches hanging over a fence or roof do not cut the whole branch, instead cut into smaller pieces that will not damage anything. Make sure to always know where each branch piece is going to fall and position yourself accordingly.
Large trees require a pole chainsaw and a tall latter. Some people have climbed their trees to trim them but that is not recommended. In the case of a big tree where you want to remove big branches in the upper area of the tree, it may be best to hire experts.When To Trim Trees in Phoenix AZ
When it comes to Mesquite Tree, Palo Verde Tree, and a few others; any time is a good time to trim, those trees are hard to kill. For most trees to minimizes sap loss and stress to the tree, trimming during the winter is perfect. It also minimizes the risk of fungus infection or insect infestation because both fungi and insects are likely in dormancy at the same time as the tree.Trees sometimes have to be replaced if they have overgrown the area or have roots that lifted the sidewalk or curb or catch a disease. Citrus trees in Phoenix AZ should be de-fruited right after winter usually from middle to the end of February is the best time. After all of the fruit is off of the tree now is a good time to prune to ensure next year is a good bounty.
Some last words, if you feel the job is too much just hire the professionals. If you do it yourself remember to be safe and trim with professional tools no more than 30% of the tree at a time because the tree can go into shock and possibly come down with a disease and could affect nearby landscaping.