Tree & Shrub Trimming
Ornamental trees and shrubs can enhance your lawn or garden by adding a variety of color and texture that will bring balance to your overall landscape design. Regular tree and shrub maintenance is a landscape service we provide in Pittsburgh and it’s very important for the health and beauty of the trees and shrubbery. However, trimming and pruning can be an overwhelming and arduous task for any homeowner.
Our team is well trained on tree and shrub pruning in Pennsylvania. We understand that your home is an investment and that you want to keep it safe and looking its best all of the time. With the proper maintenance, your trees can enhance the look, feel, and value of your property without decreasing the safety of your family or create unnecessary and costly property damage.
Tree and shrub care is an important part of our landscape maintenance program. All trees less than (18)’ tall will be pruned in order to maintain health, regulate growth and achieve a natural shape. Throughout the growing season, we will trim back all shrubs at the proper time, to remove any excessive growth that detracts from their overall appearance and to help maintain their natural form. Our experts are equipped to identify and offer solutions to any issues that arise such as disease or insect infestations.
By entrusting us with the care of your trees and shrubs, you will alleviate the stress and physical exhaustion of doing it all on your own and you will gain the peace of mind that comes from knowing that the job will be done professionally by the staff at Terrovia.
Various Degrees of Tree Pruning
For the average property owner, it can be difficult to know when your trees are in need of a trim. There are different degrees of this procedure, and all are applied for various reasons. Some of them do include:
Fine Pruning – Cutting small limbs to improve the tree’s natural appearance.
Standard Pruning – Involves more intricate cutting and is done to enhance the tree’s branch structure.
Hazard Trimming – Suggested for trees that pose safety concerns.
Crown Reduction Trimming – Usually consists of the extraction of the main branches, and should only be done when there is significant wind damage, or when branches are hindering power lines.