Tree Pruning and Trimming Services

Promote the health and growth of trees and improve their visual appeal with professional tree pruning and trimming services in West Michigan.

Common reasons for using our tree pruning service:

  • Removal of limbs hanging over homes
  • Pruning dead wood out of a tree to promote health and growth
  • Increase visual appearance
  • Raising the canopy of the tree
  • Trimming to encourage new growth

Tree trimming is best left to the professionals

While tree trimming can sometimes be handled by a homeowner, it is often a job best left to the professionals. Not only can the task be dangerous, but improper pruning can result in an ugly tree – or worse, an unhealthy tree.

Our tree pruning and trimming crew is highly trained

Our expert crew has years of experience with even the most difficult tree pruning projects. We have the resources, equipment, and training to ensure that the project is completed safely and effectively.

See Our Tree Trimming Crews at Work!

Frequently Asked Questions

Get answers to common questions about tree pruning and trimming services.

Can you trim dead wood?

We typically trim deadwood that is 2” and bigger out of trees. Anything smaller is considered insignificant.

Is painting a fresh tree cut beneficial?

Surprisingly, not always. Every tree is different and requires different course of action. Sometimes, spraying a tree can trap in moisture and help create an environment for rot. However, sometimes it’s necessary to keep the tree safe from disease or bugs.

We do so much more than tree pruning!

Tree Removal Services

We specialize in removing large and hazardous trees, and small ones too, with years of experience and the right equipment to get the job done fast.

Stump Grinding Services

We can fully remove ugly tree stumps fast! Whether they are large or small stumps, or even a field full of them, rely on our experts.

Forestry Mulching

Land clearing, forestry mulching and brush hogging services thin out wooded areas, remove small trees, eliminate brush, are minimize overgrowth.