Are your trees annoying your neighbors? Are there branches hanging over their fence or into their backyard? Are they getting sick of having to clean up all the leaves in their yard from your trees? Or perhaps it’s the opposite situation and you have a neighbor whose trees are taunting you? It may be even be that your tree just has some dying branches you want to get rid of. Whatever the situation may be, if you need tree cutting services in the Fairfax VA area then check out Genesis Tree Service.
Trees need to be cared for just like any other part of your property. They can provide you with shade to cool down under in the summer, as well as add a sense of natural beauty to your property. Instead of having to remove the whole tree, you can have it cut so that you can still enjoy the benefits of something useful and aesthetically pleasing for your property. Genesis tree service Fairfax VA will not only be able to get rid of unwanted branches but can also remove the tree if the tree is dying, or even already dead.
The most common term used in tree cutting is pruning. This is the name for the process of removing certain branches from trees. Pruning is usually done to either make a particular view better by removing a branch or branches, make the area where the branches are a problem safer, or to just simply make the tree more pleasing to the eyes. Pruning not only improves the look of the trees, but improves the health of the trees as well. The removal of unhealthy branches will actually even prolong the life of the tree.
Pruning services that you may consider by tree cutting companies include thinning, skirting, windowing, crown reduction and crown cleaning. Mainly used for improving your view, thinning is done by removing foliage throughout the tree. Removing the lower limbs of a tree is what is meant by skirting. Removing branches to form a “window” is what is actually the process of windowing. Crown cleaning is simply removing troublesome branches from the crown of a tree, while crown reduction actually means partial removal of the tree’s crown.