Tree Pruning and Care

Professional Blue Spruce trimming and shaping
Professional Blue Spruce trimming and shaping

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upright before and after

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Affordable and quality Ash tree pruning
Affordable and quality Ash tree pruning

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Professional Blue Spruce trimming and shaping
Professional Blue Spruce trimming and shaping

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  Colorado is a beautiful, yet harsh and unpredictable landscape. Our complete tree care is essential in helping trees live longer and healthier. 

  • Pruning or cutting out deadwood, interfering branches and overgrowth helps avoid many future costly problems, an unstructured growth pattern could make situations that could impact safety.   

 

  • Thinning encourages air circulation which reduces the possibility of mold, Snow damage and broken branches from high Colorado winds.

 

  • Overgrown trees can damage the surrounding area such as roofs, house siding, paint, fences, or even vehicles and boats.

 

  • When shaping and pruning properly, many trees can maintain shape naturally for many years to come.

 

  • Low branches over the street and walk can get homeowners in hot waterand may be fined depending on the city. 

"..I will definitely be using them in the future to replace my trees and for ongoing trimming. Thank you!"

Kim W.

To Ensure Optimal Health,  All Tree Species Should Be Inspected Every 2 Years .

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Training trees for a healthy future

Trees can be trimmed, trained and shaped at almost any age to establish a good structure for the future.  Structure problems that cannot be corrected through pruning such as included bark (See Photos), can be reinforced with tree cabling or tree bracing to avoid failure.

Littleton, Colorado | Included bark | Trimming/Pruning and Deadwooding
Littleton, Colorado | Included bark | Trimming/Pruning and Deadwooding

Mulberry tree with early structure failure

Denver, Colorado White Ash | Included bark | Trimming/Pruning and Deadwooding
Denver, Colorado White Ash | Included bark | Trimming/Pruning and Deadwooding

White Ash tree with structure failure.

A handful of trees are prone to early bad structure problems such as:

  • Maple

  • Pear

  • Linden

  • Aspen

  • Blue Spruce

 

Before cutting newly planted trees, it's recommended to let some time pass in order for roots to establish in the landscape. A good rule of thumb is waiting a year per inch of trunk diameter.

 

Whether it's a mature Denver tree or a young established tree in a new neighborhood, TangleWood will take care of you, and your landscape.