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Tree & Palm Pruning in Santa Clarita

Proving Residential & Commercial Landscaping & Tree Care in Los Angeles & Ventura Counties

Proper tree pruning promotes healthy new branch and leaf growth and reduces the likelihood of storm damage from trees that have grown too close to commercial buildings. This helps maintain the value and appearance of your property. We are experienced working with HOA’s, apartments, hospitals, construction companies and more, providing complete tree services to fit their individual service needs.

Here are some of the types of tree and palm pruning that Arboristas offers:

  • Cleaning: This is selective pruning to remove dead, diseased, dying, broken, and weak branches from the crown of a tree. This helps reduce hazards and minimize inefficient growth. We also remove crossing, conflicting, and rubbing branches. This will reduce structural conflicts that increase the possibility for branch failure and poor growth development. Crown cleaning usually only includes branches over a certain size in diameter, which is specified on a case-by-case basis depending on your goals and the tree’s needs.
  • Raising: We trim the lower branches to provide vertical clearance in order to reduce hazards to passer-by, create a better view of a house, and a variety or other reasons.
  • Reduction/ Shaping: Selective pruning to decrease the height and/or spread of the canopy and to achieve a desired shape. 
  • Thinning: Pruning (also known as “lacing”) to reduce the density of live branches. This type of trimming helps allow more sunlight penetration and increased airflow throughout the crown of the tree. It can also be used to reduce the weight of the canopy at certain key areas, particularly at the tips.
  • Structural pruning: This is selective trimming used to enhance the tree’s growth patterns and decrease the possibility of future mechanical failure. This type of pruning is particularly important for younger, smaller trees and often involves training a dominant, upright stem with well-spaced branches so as to create maximum structural integrity for the tree as it ages.
  • Restoration pruning: Trimming that is aimed at improving the structure, form, and appearance of a tree that has been damaged.
  • Targeted pruning: Especially when hazard reduction is the goal, we will target very specific branches to be removed.
  • Vista pruning: Trimming to allow a specific view, usually by creating view “windows” through the tree’s crown.

Palm Pruning Process

Palm Tree care also includes removing fruits and seeds. Some palms produce seeds that germinate in the landscape or fruit that makes a mess and smells bad when it drops. Most Palm Trees do not produce either fronds or fruit large enough to cause damage when falling. Removing flowers or developing fruit can free up starch that benefits developing fronds, roots and storage reserves.

No matter the job, Arboristas has the expertise, knowledge, and ability to take care of all your tree pruning needs. Contact us today and we will arrange for one of our ISA Certified Arborists to meet with you in order to discuss your needs!

Our Tree Pruning Service Areas

Arboristas tree pruning services areas include all of Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County and the counties of Inland Empire, Antelope Valley, Kern, Ventura and Santa Barbara.

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  • What does “stump grinding” mean?
    Stump grinding is the removal of the tree trunk down to 7″ to 8″ below the soil’s surface and the removal of any visible or surface roots which is common with Cottonwoods and Oaks. When you consider tree and stump removal, you have to think about how deep the root system goes into the ground. For sure, your best option is to have our team of professionals come out to handle your problem. Arboristas has state-of-the-art equipment designed specifically for these situations, and we can answer all questions and concerns you might have, and no job is too big. Our fully insured team can plan, schedule, manage and execute the safe and tidy removal of multiple stumps either pre-construction or old stumps without damaging the existing landscape. We take great pride in our work and can ensure each and every job is done with care not to damage any existing features and in a timely manner. We are happy to provide estimates before starting any work.
  • Why do you remove the tree?
    As Arborists, our goal is always to save the tree first, after we have exhausted all of our resources, removal is our last alternative. As Arborists, we are here to preserve the trees and if it is determined it is best to remove a tree, there has to be a very strong why As always, we will give you our expert advice based on our years of experience. We want to remove it if the tree is posing a safety hazard, for instance if the tree is leaning and is threatening coming down on people, vehicles, a house or other building. If the tree is creating trip hazards we will evaluate if a root prune is possible before we recommend removal. Obviously there is not one answer for all situations, at Arboristas, we do our best to preserve your trees.
  • Why would you prune a tree?
    Pruning a tree is for the tree’s health. Removing specific branches or stems can benefit the whole tree. Pruning stimulates new growth and removes any crossover branches that if not taken care of could eventually fuse together. Pruning is also recommended to remove any deadwood or branches in the canopy to prevent them from falling onto people or structures. Pruning stimulates new growth and removes any crossover branches that if not taken care of could eventually fuse together. Pruning is also recommended to remove any deadwood or branches in the canopy to prevent them from falling onto people or structures. Remove dead, damaged and diseased branches also helps prevent insect & decay organisms from entering the tree. Thinning a dense canopy on a tree will increase air and sunlight, resulting in fewer disease problems. A tree also needs to be pruned early in it’s development to make sure it’s structurally sound in the future. Many people think that young trees don’t require any pruning because the tree is young, but it’s the complete opposite. If you want to have a good tree in the future you want to start training it while it’s young removing cross branches and structuring the crown.
  • What’s the best time of the season to fertilize?
    Trees require nutrients to live and thrive. A fertilization program is used to maintain trees and shrubs in a vigorous condition and to increase their resistance to injury from diseases and insects. Most trees experience a single flush of growth during spring followed by slower growth throughout the summer and fall. Because of this single flush of growth, late winter or early spring is ideal. When the tree is getting ready to leaf out and grow, this is when you want the roots to absorb the good fertilizer and take it to the crown of the tree. The best indicator of whether fertilization is necessary is a soil test. Remember that plant nutrition is a balancing act and that too much fertilizer, as well as too little, can negatively affect the growth and well being of your trees and lawn. The correct amount will keep trees healthy and enhance landscape beauty.
  • Can I make my tree smaller?
    Yes, however, its dependent on the species. For instance, the pine species don’t come back as quickly as other species do. We ask that you consult us so our experts can evaluate the tree’s health, age and species to give you an accurate idea of what can be done to reduce the size of your tree. To get further details on your specific tree, contact us.
  • When is the best time to prune trees?
    Most people think that winter is the best time to prune trees, however, that depends on the species of the tree and the result that you want. For instance, any tree that blooms in the spring or summer, you may want wait until the tree is dormant. If it is cleaning it up, or as we call it, structural pruning, this can be determined with further information. We ask that you call us and make an appointment for a free estimate.