Tree pruning in Toronto is a process to help a tree’s overall health. Typically, it’s done in the fall. Branches are cut back, along with removing the dead branches. In turn, it encourages the tree to develop a strong root growth. It’s best to rely on our grasp of tree health—so you can rest assured every cut will result in a greener, fresher property for your family and anyone enjoying the space. Our commitment is to professionalism, quality tree healthcare, and a responsible understanding of the whole picture whenever trimming your trees. Leave pruning and trimming to the most respected, award-winning arborist in Toronto.
Trees need arborists’ trimming services for healthy growth. Learn how we can encourage their process of branching out and how we can protect your property. Professionals know where and when to cut!
There is no set tree pruning cost in Toronto. It varies depending on the efficiency of the arborist. Tree pruning takes expert knowledge on which branches are most detrimental, and making a cut that can optimize health is beyond the know-how of most who don’t have an arborist’s background. As a part of comprehensive plant health care, pruning can cost a few hundred dollars to $800 per property. Trust in The Real Tree Masters, and prioritize your trees’ health. While you have an arborist on site, it’s the perfect opportunity to get stump removal done simultaneously, so your greenspace will be ready for the turning season.
Like trimming most trees, you’d remove dead wood first and any rotting branches. Next, you’d want to target branches that are growing horizontally. But, it requires some expertise to judge which angles are worse off for the tree than others and why. Other limbs might be crossing over and leaning on them or otherwise growing in an entangled—and this can also impact the tree’s health. We also look for branches that might break under their weight when deciding what to trim. In the same way, you need an eye for what kind of branch growth is unhealthy.
An arborist, or at least a certified arborist, is a person who can assess the health of a tree and handle work that will contribute to it. An arborist can provide bankable opinions on a tree’s overall health, threats to its health, threats to persons or property, or even other plants and trees. Then the arborist can conduct trimming, fertilization, aeration, grinding, cutting, or any practical solutions. A tree trimmer doesn’t have quite the same background, and they tend to stick to trimming rather than weighing in with reports.
We use forestry climbing gear, provided it’s safe and the tree can support the weight of the person climbing without breaking. Otherwise, we have forestry bucket trucks that can safely raise an arborist in the bucket on the boom.
With the right care, over a hundred years, depending on the species.