Services Offered

Hazard Reduction: Removal of broken, dead or structurally branches that are in risk of damaging a specific target.

Crown Cleaning: Removal of dead, dying or diseased branches, watersprouts and structurally weak branches.

Crown Thinning: Removal branches to allow light penetration, wind flow and reduce weight in order to relieve stress from branch unions, approx. 20% of green foliage. Considered to be an effective pruning practice throughout the year, depending upon species and climate and.

Crown Raising: Weight reduction at branch endings in order to allow braches to rise to a natural, upward direction. 8-10' above lawns, 12' above walkways, 14'-6" above streets, and 4-6' above homes and structures and utility wires.

Vista Pruning: Removal of select branches to allow the view of a specific target or predetermined point.

Crown Reduction Is used to contain the height and or spread of a trees crown. It is best accomplished when branches are cut back to a branch that is approximately 1/3 of its size. Depending upon species capabilities, this service is usually recommended to be done during a trees dormant season.

Crown Restoration: After a trees crown has been damage, Crown Restoration's main objective is to improve structure and appearance.

Utility Pruning: Is the removal of branches or stems to prevent the loss of service, prevent damage to utility equipment, avoid impairment, and uphold the intended usage of utility facilities. Standard utility clearances are 4-6' from wires and utility structures.

Structural Pruning: Techniques are used for pruning young trees or trees that have not been pruned in many years. Young trees that are pruned to promote good structures in earlier years are more likely to remain structurally secure with regular maintenance.

Complete Removal: When a tree warrants a removal, all necessary precautions will be made to insure that removal is completed safely and efficiently.

Stump Removal: All stump grinding is done to an average depth of 6-8" below the existing grade, and is mounded back into the hole, spread for mulch or hauled at an additional cost. Deer Park Arbor Specialist is not responsible for damage to underground utilities, sprinklers, or any buried wires while stump grinding.

Stump Rot Application:

Deer Root Fertilization:

Cable/ Support Installation:

Root Control System Installation:

Fence Installation:

Yard Services:

Key Terms





Branch Collar:

Root Collar:

Lateral Roots


Wound Dressing:

Triming - The main objective for triming are to remove all dead, diseased, potentially hazardous limbs, to produce a proportionate canopy height, and prevent breakage so that the tree remains in healthy state.

Shaping - The objective for shaping is to produce a crown that is well rounded and even throughout the tree.

Selective Pruning - The main objective for selective pruning is to prune limbs to the custmer's discretion.

Crown Reduction (topping) - The maing objective for a crown reduction is to promote stronger branch unions by removing weight at teh endings of each branch and to contain a trees growth. This service is recommended in the fall and winter months when tress are dormant.

Property Line Clearing - The objective for line cleating is cut all branches that are enforcing into an area that a custmer wishes to keep clear.

Removal Dangerous and Non - Dangerous - When a tree is dead, dying or in poor location, removal of such trees may be warranted.

Stump Grinding / Root Shaving - All stump grinding is done to an average depth of 6" below grade and is intended to prevent stumps from obtaining new growth. Root shaving is done to prevent tipping hazards etc.