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Expert Tree Trimming & Pruning In Thousand Oaks & Malibu CA
Trimming and pruning is the first step in providing the best care for trees. West Coast Tree Co. has the tools and expertise to prune or trim trees of any size in Thousand Oaks. We have over 30 years of experience, with an expert team of tree care professionals who are fully capable of trimming and pruning your Thousand Oaks trees without causing any damage.
Our tree trimming and pruning services also take into account the needs of your property, your desire for how you’d like them to look, and the logistical considerations of what is right for your home. West Coast Tree Co. has earned an A+ from the Better Business Bureau for the quality of our services, and we’d like to bring our tree savvy straight to your door!
Give us a call today to learn more about how we can help you improve the look and quality of your Thousand Oaks trees at (805) 429-8477!
Why Should You Trim And Prune Your Thousand Oaks Trees?
There’s plenty of reasons why you should trim and prune your trees, from considering how they look, to ensuring that your home and cars are able to stay safe. Just like your bangs can get in your eyes from time to time, requiring a barber or hairdresser to trim them off, your trees sometimes need that same special attention and care for a wide variety of benefits.
Some of these assets include:
Allowing Your Trees To Grow Big And Strong
Keep Your Trees Healthy
Reduce Risk to Your Home
Beautify Your Trees
Keep Your Pathways Clear
When Is It Time To Trim And Prune Your Thousand Oaks Trees?
The rule of thumb is to consider trimming and pruning your trees if you see that they are getting out of hand, but it’s also important to schedule regular maintenance for them as well.
Most trees in the landscape are best trimmed and pruned in the winter. You can prune trees whenever you like, but experts advise against doing so in the spring, when they are actively growing from the time their buds begin to swell until their new leaves reach their full size.
Trimming and pruning landscape trees in the middle to late summer should be avoided unless it is very light, as this can cause an off-season growth spurt that leaves some species, like the ficus, susceptible to freeze damage. Pruning deciduous trees during hot weather is not only detrimental to eucalyptus and pines, but can also cause dormancy to be delayed or shortened.
Whenever you decide to trim and prune your trees, you can trust that West Coast Tree Co. will always be available to help!