Tree trimming, Tree pruning, Brossard
Pruning and pruning are the two tasks we are most frequently asked to perform. These operations both aim at removing branches or tree segments, partially or totally. However, the intention or the types of gestures performed differ. So, what is the distinction concerned? This is a useful thing to know before contacting us.
What's the difference between pruning and pruning a tree?
A pruning is carried out in a basic perspective of conservation of the health of a large plant; in a broader way, with the aim of enhancing its constitution or improving its development.
It goes without saying that meeting your needs also occupies the attention of a pruner, but he will look for ways to do so without compromising your tree. Running to the essentials is the watchword. Therefore, he only cuts branches if it is required, because they are broken or weak, for example.