This includes, but is not limited to the removal of dead, broken, loose-hanging, and/or criss-crossing branches. This is to help the longevity of the tree and its overall health.
This is to prune the tree to support and encourage a shape that is aesthetically pleasing to the viewer.
This is to ensure the health and longevity of the tree. Pruning in this way may help the tree to produce fruit, as well as prevent decay and broken limbs.
This involves drilling holes in co-dominant tree stems to install eye bolts, connected with a steel cable. This is to support large codominant trees from failing due to heavy winds or snowfall. It provides the tree(s) with extra strength to continue to prosper.
This includes, but is not limited to the removal of all tree limbs, brush, and wood. Sometimes this is done by rigging and felling. Most often completed by climbing and rigging of individual branches in a controlled environment, as to always protecting surrounding structures or plants.