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Hire a Tree Trimming Service in Waukesha County … For All the Right Reasons!

Ask a Waukesha County property owner why a branch should be cut from a tree, and their answer would likely be: It’s dead. And yes, this is a good reason to do so.

 

Dead or broken limbs certainly pose safety hazards to fall on people, homes or vehicles. This scenario is the most common trimming need.

 

It’s not the only one, though. Trees need pruning for many reasons.

 

The others? Removing diseased parts to avoid spread. Structural pruning to promote long-term growth, health and aesthetics. Trimming limbs that are rubbing against others, possibly opening wounds that allow insects and disease in.

 

The advisable approach is having a Certified Arborist analyze your trees, and hiring a tree trimming service in Waukesha County. Even better, contact Dorshak Tree Specialists, and let its experienced professionals (including seven Certified Arborists) handle all your trees’ needs!

 

Proactive tree trimming makes sense on many levels. Removing weak or fractured limbs eliminates risk of their snapping in strong winds. Shaping a tree prevents its branches from touching structures, dropping debris on roofs and in gutters, or dripping sap on vehicles.

 

The process of tree trimming is more complex than starting a chainsaw and cutting away, though. The tree trimming service professionals at Dorshak Tree Specialists are educated in the right way to cut limbs – and, as importantly, which ones to cut.

 

Every branch taken off should have a reason for doing so. Each cut opens a wound, a potential pathway for insects or disease to attack. Trimming too much, or too little, can harm a tree and start a long downward spiral.

 

Reaching elevated limbs is a challenge unto itself. Dorshak Tree Specialists uses a spider lift or bucket truck to reach many. Experienced climbers prune in tight spots where machinery doesn’t fit.

 

In Waukesha County, some tree species should not be trimmed when they’re wet. Others, such as oaks and American elms, should be pruned during winter to minimize risk of Oak Wilt or Dutch elm disease. Such knowledge can prevent well-intentioned tree work from doing more long-term harm than good.

 

How do you know which trees to prune, and when? Luckily, you don’t have to. Contact Dorshak Tree Specialists for an inspection by a Certified Arborist, and tree pruning services by a company with more than three decades of professional experience service yards in Waukesha County.

 

The reasons to do so are many. Topping the list are keeping your trees healthy, and loved ones and property safe. If posed as a question, these would undoubtedly be everyone’s answers.

BethesdaBig BendBrookfield
Buena VistaButlerCalhoun
Camp WhitcombChenequaColgate
DelafieldDousmanDuplainville
DurhamDurhamswoodEagle
EaglevilleEdgewoodElm Grove
FussvilleGeneseeGenesee Depot
Goerkes CornerGuthrieHartland
JerichoLac La BelleLake Five
Lake ForestLannonMapleton
MarcyMenomonee FallsMerton
MonchesMontereyMukwonago
MuskegoNashotahNew Berlin
North LakeNorth PrairieOak Knoll
OconomowocOconomowoc LakeOkauchee
Okauchee LakeOttawaPewaukee
Pewaukee WestProspectSaylesville
StonebankSummit CenterSummit Corners
SussexTess CornersUtica
VernonWalesWaterville
WaukeshaWillow Springs 
 

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