Structural Trimming

Structural trimming is the cutting back of the limbs of a tree in order to provide clearance for driveways, walkways, roofs, shingles, siding and buildings. Though the skirt line or the lowest part of the tree may not always be perfectly level, the elevation of the drip line should be performed in a manner that is biologically and structurally sound. Structural trimming allows for mature trees to live in harmony with suburban and urban homes.