Tree branch trimming is a difficult task. Everybody has to be very careful about how he does it or the process might damage the tree. If you’re trimming heavy tree branches, you have to be extra careful not to damage the bark or interfere with the tree’s natural healing response. Doing it right is actually no more difficult than doing it wrong, particularly if you think ahead to how much work it would take to remove a dead tree.
Trees are trimmed for any one of the following reasons; they are catching up some tree diseases or to make their growth easier, they’re crossing or rubbing another branch, they’re growing inward or competing with another branch and one needs to go. Another reason for tree service may be to raise or open the canopy, either to provide more vertical clearance or allow more light to reach the ground. However, there is a right and wrong way to trim those branches. When cut properly, trees quickly recover but the wrong cut can create a snowball effect of negative consequences.