Tree Trimming Centurion and Pretoria

Tree Pruning Centurion and Pretoria

Tree Trimming Pretoria
Palm Tree Care Trimming Pretoria

Having a yard with trees on it can increase your property value. However having unattractive, unkept and or damaged trees on your property can actually hurt your bottom dollar. Pruning your tree can directly put money back into your pocket by increasing your home resale value!

Tree pruning removes all dead wood and unsightly overgrowth. We take unsafe and unstable limbs that could pose a possible threat and thin out the canopy. This allows for more air flow and sunlight. We proudly offer our pruning services (Lyttelton, Die Hoewes, Highveld, Pierre van Ryneveld, Rooihuiskraal, Valhalla, and Zwartkop) to all customers in Centurion and the surrounding Pretoria (Faerie Glen, Garsfontein, Lynnwood, Montana, Moreleta Park, Rietfontein, Villieria, Wonderboom) tree feller trim back into shape overgrown trees.

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Is pruning required? When referring to trees in the forest where there are a number of trees growing together there is little maintenance required.

However when you are referring to trees planted in suburban areas, it is required to sustain proper pruning practices to keep up with the growth and shape of the crown of the tree. This process aids in the health and prevention of disease.


  • Do we need a permit? It is not necessary to have a permit when you want to have pruning done to the shrubbery at your home.
  • How much of the tree can you prune? Proper arboreal practices state that for most species you should never prune away more than 30% of the canopy. This limit is to maintain the health and to prevent taking away the necessary energy needed to enable proper regrowth.
  • Will it hurt the tree? No, it does not hurt the tree. This type of maintenance protects its health and ultimately makes the immediate environment safer.
  • Is there a time of year we should do this? Yes, the most effective time of year to prune your evergreen (coniferous) tree is in the fall, and for a perennial or (deciduous) it is best in late winter and early spring before the leaves start growing

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