WHEN DO YOU PRUNE BACK YOUR TREES?
Tree pruning and reduction services are available at any time of year, but they are dependent on the species of trees you have. Spring-flowering trees may be cut or pruned immediately after they bloom. Summer-blooming plants must be pruned in the early spring. Fruit-bearing trees should be pruned in late winter to give them form and enable sunlight to reach the centre of the tree.
Pruning non-flowering broad-leaf trees or shrubs is best done during the dormant season, which is late autumn or winter. Dead trees, on the other hand, may be removed at any time of the year.
If you're unsure, consult a tree surgeon in your area.
Since Tree Surgeons provide a wide range of services, there is no one-size-fits-all cost for any given mission. Take, for example, tree felling. Trees come in a range of heights, weights, and measurements.
The tree surgeon must take into account the surrounding environment, including obstacles and health and safety assessments. The cost of disposal of trees, as well as the cost of labour, are also factors in the total cost.
A more professional team would be more costly, but they will complete the work to a higher and better level. When quoting, your tree surgeon should take all of this into account and be able to break down and explain the quote to you.