Thank you Bill Beales!! Danny came out and gave me a very reasonable quote and then he brought his team and did a fast and professional job.
You guys really know your business. I won’t need to look for a tree service anymore!
- Wesley, Spring Texas
Bill Beal's is one of the most trusted names for tree pruning, tree trimming and tree cutting services serving the greater Houston, Texas area including Spring and The Woodlands. We have been in business since 1957 and are family owned and operated. Our company in licensed, insured and bonded. We provide a wide range of tree services including tree trimming and pruning.
Trees require pruning at regular intervals as it keeps them healthy and hearty. The experts at Bill Beal's Tree service can advise you on the proper pruning for various trees. Different process of pruning also helps determine how you like to see your trees grow.
If you want your grass to gets more exposure to light, then trees will be required to slimmed and elevated. In case large tree limbs have covered your house, pruning will help remove the extra limbs. The professional arborists at Bill Beal's ensure the trees do not affect your house or structure, look beautiful and are healthy.
Pruning is also helpful when trees are dead or get hazardous. Even for a normal clean up, our pruning services will be of great assistance to the health and beauty of your trees. To begin with, you can call up our consultants at 281-367-5448 for a free estimate. We will review your property, explain what your options are and answer your questions to give you the best quote possible.
Crown cleaning is one of the most popular tree pruning procedures. It includes pruning bushed limbs of trees, unwanted extra branches, crooked and interfering limbs out of the crown of a tree. The pruning may take time depending on some factors such as location of trees, variety of trees and so on. Our estimators will come down to your place and determine which branch should be cut down.
Prune Dead and infected limbs
Pruning is mostly required for getting rid of deadwood of trees canopy. Pruning such limbs from tree helps tree have their best of health. The infected limbs need to be cut down as infected ones can affect the entire tree structure. And same goes with deadwood ones.
The limbs, interior and rubbing ones, need to be thinned out. Thinning helps reduce possibilities of wind storm blowing away a tree. It also helps gain more exposure to sunlight.
The limbs that are on lower side of a tree need to get elevated as they may breach your house structure or bend over a sidewalk or road. Elevating a tree helps keep the ground and overhead space clean. However, it is important to recheck everything before elevating so that the tree retains its balance.
Shaping will give your tree a very nice look. It basically includes trimming the entire canopy. The round shape looks very good. Trees such as Bradford Pear, Holly, Little Leaf Linden usually require shaping. One of the important things you need to keep in mind is that while shaping a tree to achieve a certain image of the landscape, pruning will be required very often as that the shaping can even take a couple of years.
Removing limbs from a structure
Branches rubbing against your house certainly do not look great. They can also cause damage if a strong wind blows the branch into your home. Neither does the noise created by the squirrels. So what shall you do? Remove and trim back all the limbs encroaching on your structure. The extra branches should be cut keeping the tree in great condition and looking attractive.
Crown reduction basically refers to decreasing the height and width of a tree by a specific amount. The trees vulnerable to storms, windy breezes and weak in nature desperately require crown reduction. Drop crotch pruning is one of the most common practices to carry out a crown reduction.
Nature cut is one of the most common pruning techniques. It includes removing top or canopy out of the tree mainly due to safety reasons. Nature’s cut is required when a dead tree is near a structure or in areas that are highly occupied.