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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by South Florida Lawns, Aug 14, 2005.
Just a little tree trimming.
Did you do the trimming or did u have an arborist do it for you? And do you have pics of the cut??? Thx Dan
I will get some close ups of tree when I get back out to that area.
I know the customer probably only wanted a trimming, but if it were my house I would've taken the whole tree out. You did a good job doing what the customer asked though.
South, Nice work. I have a question what model STIHL saw do I see?
looks real good. If it were me, I would have pruned the top of the tree so its all nice and uniform. But some people like the natural look, so to each his own.
There is more than one "right" way to trim a tree. What you did made a great improvement in the customers front yard. The main thing is proper pruning technique! NEVER TOP....NEVER!!!!!!!!!!!!
Huge mistake to top a tree. My opinion--nice job. A good pic would be how the cuts were done up close and personal.
Certified Kansas Arborist since 1982
The saw looks like an 026, 028, or 029. Thats just what i can see from that angle.
I know I read this everywhere, yet I see topped trees all the time around here. Especially in the spring, you almost can't drive through a neighborhood without seeing one (a neighbor just got theirs done the other day).
So, what's so bad about it, and if it's so bad, why is it done all the time????