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Tree trimming and Tree Preservation

Tree Preservation is composed of the following primarily:


Root Pruning

Root Pruning is generally completed with a wheel saw. This is a large wheel with very sharp teeth for a clean cut. The cuts are made just outside the drip line of a tree. Following the cut with the wheel saw, sharp hand snips are used to cut any excess & fibrous roots. Root pruning is a very important step in the tree protection process.


Tree Protection Fencing

A Tree protection fence is installed around the drip line of the tree just outside of where the root pruning took place. The fencing can be heavy silt fence to wire fabric fence depending on the specifications. It is usually installed within 4 inches of the root pruning. Orange florescent flags are placed on the fence with a tree protection fence sign posted. The fence is intended to keep heavy equipment, and traffic away from the tree.


Pruning Deadwood

Tree pruning is a necessary and healthy tree care practice to keep a tree from diseased or dying limbs. Pruning the deadwood in a tree should be completed before doing the other tree protection tasks.


Mulching the tree

Installing a mulch bed around the tree is another common and healthy tree care procedure. Mulch will avoid surface root damage, retain moisture for roots, and help protect a tree.


Coco Tree Service Corp has a long standing reputation for quality work, a quick response, and reasonable rates. Our tree company is always available for all of your tree care needs, and we offer 24 Hour emergency tree service.