Tree Trimming & Pruning

“When you walk out to your property, is the sky visible through your trees?”tree-triming-boom-truck

If you cannot see sky through your trees, then the canopy of your tree is very dense and over time will become a very stressed and damaged tree. Density within a tree does not allow the wind to blow “through” it and creates a huge resistance. This resistance over time will lead to the breaking of limbs and damage the trees stability, creating a safety hazard for any structures or pedestrians it surrounds. When the canopy of your tree is dense, the wind can’t blow through them and that wind resistance causes them to break or even bring down the entire tree.

Living in the Pacific Northwest, we are often hit with severe wind and rain storms. Having an unstable tree near your home or office building could create a danger for those around when the branches start to fall to the ground, or come into contact with a nearby power line.

Superior Tree Service can help you prevent your trees from growing out of control, so they remain healthy and strong. Our canopy cleaning service is designed to thin out the tree, to removing any dead or infected branches, or reshaping the tree through pruning and trimming, we are here to help you, so that your trees can remain healthy and strong.

Shrub and Hedge Trimmingeugene-oregon-hedge-triming

Does your home or business grounds have hedges or shrubs that are out of control? We can trim and prune your hedge and shrubbery so that they remain healthy and look nice.  Regular trimming of your shrubs and hedges not only keeps them healthy, but also helps weed control to a minimum.

Tree Pruning

Pruning is a responsible part of tree care in Eugene. Maintaining the health and shape of your trees provides safety and beauty for many years.

Our tree pruning services can include many steps such as:

  • Correction of poor pruning
  • Removal of dead limbs
  • Crossing branch selective removal
  • Tree Crown reduction to control the height of the tree
  • Raise the crown of the tree so it will provide more space beneath the tree
  • Thinning of the tree, so that wind can blow through it, so damage does not occur

 

Call us today for a risk assessment and a free estimate.

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