Naperville Tree Trimming Service
Tree Trimming and Pruning
Naperville Tree Service offers affordable best tree trimming and pruning practices in the Naperville, Illinois area. We provide certified arborist knowledge and years of experience trimming trees safely. We have been trimming and shaping trees for over 21 years.
We will delicately trim and shape your tree to maximize you trees healthy and bring out the aesthetic beauty your trees can offer. Shaping your tree take experience and knowledge to insure a happy healthy tree.
Our tree care experts are trained to carefully protect your home, garden, and landscaping while removing or trimming your trees. We thoroughly clean the area of branches and brush then rake up the excess leaves and bark.
Trees need proper pruning and care thought their life's. Pruning trees develops good branch structure and overall tree strength. Ideally correcting poor form early on with the smaller branches will reduce the trees wound when trimming. Pruning a young tree will increase the balance and increase the trees strength. This will increase the trees overall resistance to the harsh Chicago lands winter ice and snow storms. The most critical time to shape a trees structure is within the trees first 15 years from sapling size.
When Should I Prune a Tree?
Ideally the best time to prune and trim tree is in the winter from January through March. Pruning and trimming a trees during this season will give the trees time to respond to healing the wound in the early spring. Coniferous trees, such as pine trees, should only need minimal pruning through its life. Sorry Christmas trees your the exception.
If the tree is trimmed and pruned at the remaining balance of the year (April - December) the tree will not be hurt however the tree healing process may be slowed. There is and exception. It is not recommended to prune a tree in the spring time from the "bud break" to the eventual leaf expansion. In addition, it is also recommended not to trim and prune a tree in the fall time during the trees color change because trimming a tree during the major tree changes could reduced the overall hardness of the tree.
When trimming oak trees it is critical to only trim these trees between August through February. Oak wilt is a known pathogen that causes disease in oak trees and is transmitted through a trees open wound.
How To Treat a Trees Wound
Properly trimming a tree is the key to wound closure. Through scientific studies, it is now known that paint and other wound dressing over trees wounds do not promote the trees ability to heal. In fact those paints and dressings tend to promote decay and attract harmful diseases. Call Naperville Tree Care Tree and Garden Services Today.