Archive for the Trimming Category

Top 4 reasons to prune the trees away from your house…

Top 4 reasons to prune the trees away from your house…
1. Why create a super highway to share your five-star dwelling with local critters? Which is more comfortable? A hollowed-out hole in a tree or your climate controlled, dry, protected from the elements house? Clearly the answer is your house. When branches are allowed to touch or [...]Read more

Q. I saw Favreau Forestry trimming trees by the power lines. Why do you leave them so ugly?

Q. I saw Favreau Forestry trimming trees by the power lines.  Why do you leave them so ugly?
Q: I saw your company trimming trees by the power lines. Why do you leave them so ugly? A: This is a question that we field from time to time. The answer is we adhere to ANSI Z133.1 safety work procedures and comply with OSHA Regulation specifications. [...]Read more

Preparing your trees for Winter Storm Damage

Preparing your trees for Winter Storm Damage

Here in New England we are known for some harsh winter storms. Winter storms that bring in heavy snow and ice can cause damage to trees by breaking or bending branches. Larger trees with co-dominant stems are at most risk for damage from these types of storms. […]

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Tree Removal vs Tree Trimming

Tree Removal vs. Tree Trimming Should I have you take a few branches off or remove the whole tree? This is a tough question to answer! Like the human body every tree is different. There may be general guidelines for each species of tree but the full [...]Read more

Why is winter the best time to prune your trees?

Why is winter the best time to prune your trees?
DORMANCY is the answer! Scratching your head to figure out what we mean? Dormancy of the tree In our region the trees take a winter slumber.  This means they are not actively in photosynthesis producing nourishment. This is a great time to prune because when the tree [...]Read more
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