Tree Cutting Services in Singapore | Tree Pruning Services

Tree pruning is a horticultural practice involving the selective removal of certain plant parts such as branches. Reasons to prune trees include deadwood removal, shaping (controlling or directing growth), improving or maintaining tree health, reduction of falling branches risk and many more.

Specialised pruning practices involves targeted removal of diseased, damaged, dead, non-productive, structurally unsound or unwanted tissue from trees. Our team of tree pruning professionals will employ specialized tree pruning techniques such as crown reduction, uprooting, pollarding etc, dependent on site conditions and requirements, so as to ensure that the tree’s limbs are kept intact, thereby ensuring that the tree stays upright.

Tree pruning operation involves great risk, and safety is paramount for all our staff and public. Our professionals are well trained by approved authorities and well equipped to meet all sorts of tree pruning challenges.

For more information about our services, contact us - your Landscape Maintenance Singapore Company @ +65 9673 4839.

Our Tree Cutting Services

Removal of Dead or Dying Branches
Horticultural Services removes branches that have been affected by disease, insect infestation or received mechanical damage. Through active prevention, damage can be limited, thus saving the tree.

Improving the Appearance Without Damaging the Tree
Regular tree pruning services helps the tree to maintain its natural shape and appearance. However, overdoing this could impose an unnatural shape on the tree, thus damaging its structure. Our team will determine the right amount and regularity of tree cutting required.

Prevention of Safety Hazards
Infected or damaged tree branches may fall off, thus posing a severe safety hazard for passers-by. Branches may also grow too close to buildings or utility lines, as such constant cutting is needed.

Certified Practicing Horticulturists
Our team members have been conferred the title of “Certified Practicing Horticulturists’ (CPH) by the Centre for Urban Greenery and Ecology (CUGE), NParks Singapore. As CPHs, we have met the experience requirements set by CUGE, and will employ industry recognised practices when performing tree cutting services.