Pruning, Winter Haven, FL

Pruning makes your trees look better, protects power lines and structures, and makes the tree healthier.

There are three main reasons to call us at Central Florida Tree Care for tree pruning. The first is to make your trees look better. The second is to prune them back so they do not interfere with power lines, your home’s roof, and other structures. The third is for the health of the tree. We are proud to be a trusted tree pruning company serving the Winter Haven, Florida area that is capable of even the most complex and dangerous tree removals and pruning situations.

Pruning in Winter Haven, Florida

The aesthetic value of tree pruning is an important part of maintaining curb appeal for your Winter Haven home. Whether you enjoy having your home look well-maintained or you have plans to put it on the market soon, pruning the trees so they look their best has a significant impact on how your home is perceived.

Pruning to keep your trees away from structures and power lines serves two purposes. The first is to protect against the damage that a tree branch swaying in the wind can do. The second is to avoid having the power company do it for you, which generally butchers the tree and could kill it, in some cases. It is important to keep branches away from the power lines and the transformer if you want to avoid a lengthy power outage and potentially a power surge into your home.

As for having healthy trees, pruning takes away the diseased and dead branches so it does not affect the rest of the tree. Where there is weakness, there is more chance for the branch to break off during a storm, and that can be dangerous and cause added damage to the tree. We recommend scheduling pruning prior to hurricane season so your trees are their healthiest before having to deal with strong winds.

If you have any questions about our tree pruning services or would like to schedule service, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

At Central Florida Tree Care, we offer tree pruning services in Plant City, Kissimmee, and Polk County, Florida, including Lakeland, Winter Haven, Bartow, Haines City, Lake Wales, Polk City, and Auburndale.