Tree Services

At M & M Tree Service we provide a wide range of Tree and Landscape Services. A description of each service is listed below.


- Tree Cutting
- Brush / Branch Removal
- Wood Removal
- Storm Cleanup / Emergency Tree Removal


Hedge Trimming
 Pruning and trimming hedges is an essential gardening skill that involves removing the dead or overgrown stems, roots and branches on hedges, trees and shrubs. By trimming each year, it encourages healthier, thicker and more symmetrical growth of your plants. Something that every gardener wants.

 Branches die off for a number of reasons including sunlight deficiency, pest and disease damage, and root structure damage. A dead branch will at some point decay back to the parent stem and fall off. This is normally a slow process but can be hastened by high winds or extreme temperatures. The main reason deadwooding is performed is safety. Situations that usually demand removal of deadwood include trees that overhang public roads, houses, public areas, power lines, telephone cables and gardens. Trees located in wooded areas are usually assessed as lower risk but assessments consider the number of visitors. Trees adjacent to footpaths and access roads are often considered for deadwood removal.

Crown & Canopy Thinning
 Crown & Canopy thinning increases light and reduces wind resistance by selective removal of branches throughout the canopy of the tree.

Canopy Lifting Crown lifting involves the removal of the lower branches to a given height. The height is achieved by the removal of whole branches or removing the parts of branches which extend below the desired height. The branches are normally not lifted to more than one third of the tree's total height.

Structural Pruning selectively favors a single, dominant leader by suppressing competing leaders using reduction cuts. Reduction cuts shorten stems back to lateral branches at least one-third the diameter of the cut stems.

Crown Reduction Reducing the height and or spread of a tree by selectively cutting back to smaller branches and in fruit trees for increasing of light interception and enhancing fruit quality.

Crown Restoration is a term used to describe a specialized type of tree trimming. If your large trees were improperly trimmed or topped previously we will return the canopy composition and structure to a more natural state.

is the horticultural and ancient agricultural practice of controlling woody plant growth for the production of fruit, by pruning and tying branches to a frame.

 is a pruning system involving the removal of the upper branches of a tree, which promotes the growth of a dense head of foliage and branches.

Vista pruning
means the selective thinning of framework limbs or specific areas of the crown of a tree to allow a view from a specific point.

- Cable & Bracing
- Bark Tracing
- Tree Canopy Spraying
- Air Spading
- Root Flare Excavation
- Root Pruning
- Vertical Mulching
- Radial Trenching

- Tree & Shrub Planting
- Re-planting poorly planted trees
- Tree relocating