The Best Value in Tree Crown Maintenance & Management in El Cajon, La Mesa, Chula Vista, San Diego, Point Loma, Santee, Carmel Valley, and Surrounding Areas
All Access Tree Care is a family-owned and -operated tree trimming service that specializes in thinning, raising, and reducing the crown or foliage-bearing portion of trees. Our tree trimming specialists have over 20 years of experience in crown maintenance and management for all types of trees, including oaks, maples, flowering pears, ashes, willows, basswoods, elms, and more. When providing tree crown thinning, raising, and reduction services in El Cajon, La Mesa, Chula Vista, San Diego, Point Loma, or any other city in the San Diego County area, we always apply the industry's best practices and techniques, and only consider our work done when our clients are 100% satisfied. Our dedication to customer satisfaction and safety has earned us rave reviews and a 5-star rating on Yelp.
Crown Thinning/Tree Lacing to Improve Your Tree's Overall Health, Safety, and Beauty
Crown thinning (also known as tree lacing) is the process of removing excess branches from a tree's foliage in order to reduce the overall density of the tree. If the foliage of a tree becomes too thick, the tree can become top heavy and more susceptible to toppling over in a storm or when there are high winds. All Access Tree Care has the training and experience to properly thin your tree's crown in order to allow wind and rain to pass through more easily. Crown thinning also opens up your tree to let more light pass through, increasing its overall visual appeal.
Crown Raising & Reduction to Manage the Size & Reach of Your Trees
If your tree's foliage has grown too close to the ground, making it difficult for pedestrians or vehicles to pass or fit underneath, it may be time to consider raising your tree's crown. Crown raising, despite what the term might imply, doesn't change the height of the tree, but "raises" the tree's crown by trimming off the lower portion, thus opening the space underneath. This can be especially important along busy streets and walkways where an overgrown tree can quickly become not only an inconvenience, but also a safety hazard. Crown reduction, on the other hand, reduces the overall size of the tree by trimming the outer portion of the foliage. This is ideal for preventing trees with large crowns from becoming too top heavy and to keep the branches from reaching nearby power lines or buildings.
Call us today to schedule a free on-site estimate on crown thinning, raising, or reduction in El Cajon, San Diego, Carmel Valley, Chula Vista, Poway, or other nearby city. We're licensed and insured, and available seven days a week.
Very satisfied with the job they did and the fair price!
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If you are willing to be patient for the right person to do the job, these are the guys you want.