Tree Trimming



Providing Affordable Tree Trimming to All of Kinston


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Our tree trimming and tree pruning services are available in your neighborhood. We’re here to help you maintain the beauty of your property through the four seasons. Customer safety is our priority, so our highly-trained crews will always cut away from any obstacles, take all safety precautions, and properly clean up downed branches.

We take pride in doing what we love. If you need an expert to help trim or prune your trees call us today. Our fully trained crews are insured and bonded.

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We provide consultations to all of Kinston, Goldsboro, and all of Lenoir & Wayne County

The Benefits of Tree Trimming

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Tree trimming’s primary concern is improving the appearance and curb appeal of your trees by thinning out branches to shape the tree. Regularly trimming trees keeps them strong, helps create a healthier structure and decreases the need for corrective pruning in the future.

There are multiple reasons you’ll want to keep your tree trim and proper:

  • Keeping your property safe from dead branches potentially falling
  • Helping your trees stay healthy and strong.
  • Maintaining a beautiful looking tree.
  • Allowing more sun to reach the ground around your tree and surrounding landscape.

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Tree Trimming vs Tree Pruning

Pruning and trimming are often used interchangeably, but there is a difference between the two terms.

The removal of the dead, loose, or infected branches or stems is considered pruning.

While trimming, on the other hand, is when you are cutting back overgrown plants to improve the trees appearance and aesthetics.

Either way you’re going to want a professional to handle the trimming and pruning of your trees. Improper trimming can leave you with an oddly shaped tree which down the line may affect the structure and overall health of your plant.

Pruning done poorly can greatly affect the trees health by removing limbs and branches that your trees need to continue gathering the vital sunlight and nutrients needed to grow correctly. Improper pruning also opens your trees up to a number of infections and pest infestations that may result in needing to have the tree removed altogether down the line.

Our experienced team is ready to help with any questions that you have. No question (or job) is too big or small. Give us a call today or leave your question here in our contact form. You’ll get a no-commitment consultation from one of our expert team members.

Tree Trimmer on Bucket Truck Prepping for Tree Branch Removal in Kinston

Frequently Asked Questions

Common Tree Service Questions We Hear

What is a fair price for tree trimming?

Tree trimming services on average cost around $450. Most pay in the area between $200 and $800 depending on the size of the tree and amount of trimming needed to be done.

For trees under 30 feet you can expect to pay about $400 or less. Mid-sized trees can cost between 30 and 60 feet $800 is a more realistic expectation. Large trees (over 60 feet) can come closer to $1,500.

Factors that influence cost are:

  • Tree size
  • Tree accessibility
  • Tree health
  • Number of trees
  • Pests in the tree

Can I trim my neighbor's tree branches?

Yes you can as long as you cut only branches hanging over your property line.

Care does need to be taken to not destroy/kill the tree and make sure you don’t enter your neighbor’s property without permission.

According to – “Yes. By law, you have the right to trim branches and limbs that extend past the property line. However, the law only allows tree trimming and tree cutting up to the property line. You may not go onto the neighbor’s property or destroy the tree.“

Is it cheaper to have a tree cut down or trimmed?

As always there are multiple factors to take into account when considering trimming versus removal.

The costs of both can come close to each other depending on the situation.

If trimming a tree may result in it being lopsided and creates a hazard you are better off having it removed in the first place.

If the trunk of the tree is damaged severely then the tree’s structural health comes into question and removal may be the best and only option to save yourself from future tree trouble.

Eliminate the guesswork by contacting us today to have an expert come out and help you make the best decision for your tree service needs.

Will cutting tree branches harm my trees?

The answer is yes and no, cutting branches from a tree can be good and bad for the tree’s health depending on how it is done.

Considering branches support leaves that gather the light and energy needed for growth, removing branches can reduce a tree’s “food” supply.

However, intelligent removal of branches, can create better structural health and ultimately lead to healthier and stronger tree growth. Not to mention reduce the risk of damage and decay.

When trimming is done properly, and removes dead, damaged, diseased, and defective branches, it is generally a beneficial practice and is well worth the temporary decrease in a tree’s photosynthesis process.



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