Albuquerque Tree Experts Share Major Mistakes That Homeowners Should Avoid During Pruning

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Albuquerque, New Mexico – After coming across too many problems associated with mistakes done during pruning, earlier today, Albuquerque Tree Experts decided to share more about pruning to reduce the cases.

“The last few months for Albuquerque Tree Experts have been more of saving trees whose problems were caused by bad pruning activities,” said the CEO. “Pruning is very essential for healthy growth of trees, but when done wrongly, the tree's health is put at risk. Therefore, to save trees from bad pruning activities, Albuquerque Tree Experts found it wise to share about the same with the homeowners.”

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The CEO noted that the first mistake done mostly was pruning trees at the wrong season.

“Time is such a sensitive topic when it comes to pruning,” said the CEO. “You just don’t wake up any day and because you notice the trees have a lot of overgrown branches, decide that you want them pruned immediately. First, ask yourself what season of the year it is. If it is fall, then you should avoid pruning the trees at all costs. If it is during winter, then that’s the right time to prune the trees. This is because, during winter, the trees are dormant, hence pruning will be less stressful for the tree.”

The CEO also noted that making the pruning cuts wrongly and using the wrong tools and equipment were also some of the mistakes done during pruning.

“When pruning the trees,” said the CEO, “people tend to make the pruning cuts wrongly. This includes making flush cuts, stub cuts, lion tailing, and heading cuts. Making wrong cuts damages the tree structurally and aesthetically. Also, using the wrong tools when performing the procedure harms the trees. When pruning, make sure that the size and power of the tool match that of the branches. It should also be sharp and properly tuned.”

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The CEO then blamed all the mistakes done during pruning on homeowners hiring fake tree care companies. He also urged homeowners to always confirm that everyone working on their trees has the right certificates.

“A good tree care company should be aware of all the mistakes related to pruning,” said the CEO. “This means that the biggest mistake is homeowners hiring fake tree care companies to prune their trees. To easily distinguish good tree care companies from fake ones, homeowners should ask for certificates from anyone working on their trees.”

The CEO noted that Albuquerque Tree Experts will be sharing more mistakes done in other tree care procedures through the company’s media room.

“The discussed mistakes are just but a few of the mistakes done in tree care procedures,” said the CEO. “More of these will be shared now and then in the Albuquerque Tree Experts’ media room.”

The CEO at the end urged homeowners in Albuquerque and the entire neighborhood to make their bookings with Albuquerque Tree Experts for error-free services.

“Over the past 2+ decades,” said the CEO, “Albuquerque Tree Experts has proved its professionalism in handling trees to homeowners in Albuquerque and the entire neighborhood. The company’s team promises to continue offering the same high-level tree care services. Homeowners should therefore reach out to the company immediately concerning all their tree care needs for error-free procedures in return.”

Albuquerque Tree Experts offices are located at 6001 Menaul Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110, United States. Homeowners can also reach out to the company by calling +1 505-594-4798 or sending an email to

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