Tree pruning
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Tree pruning is a necessary task for maintaining the health and beauty of your trees. It can also help to prevent damage to your property and keep your trees safe from storms and other hazards.

The best time to prune trees in Charleston SC is late winter, from mid-February through early March. This is when the trees are dormant and the sap is not flowing. Pruning at this time will help to reduce the risk of infection and promote new growth.

When pruning trees, it is important to use sharp, clean tools and to make cuts that are as close to the branch collar as possible. The branch collar is the swollen area where the branch meets the trunk. Cutting too close to the trunk can damage the tree.

There are many different reasons to prune trees. Some of the most common reasons include:

  • To remove dead, diseased, or damaged branches.
  • To shape or thin the tree.
  • To improve the health of the tree.
  • To promote new growth.
  • To prevent damage to property.
  • To make the tree safer from storms and other hazards.

If you are not comfortable pruning your trees yourself, it is best to hire a professional arborist. A qualified arborist will have the experience and knowledge necessary to prune your trees safely and effectively.

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We had Rawson Services remove several trees around our yard. Mr. Rawson help us understand the best way to deal with a couple of difficult ones and his team removed them like surgeons, taking them down piece by piece in a highly organized operation. I have learned that is worth going with highly experience people for this kind of work.

— Jenny Connor

I had a variety of tree pruning that needed to be done surrounding my home and next to my driveway. Randy and his crew were prompt, courteous and performed expert work around the property. They cleaned up nicely and the entire service was A+. Serious pros.

— James E.

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