Hedge and Bush Trimming
Hedge and bush trimming services are available to those who have a particular aesthetic with their landscape that they would like to maintain with adequately-groomed hedges and bushes. We offer our professional hedge and bush trimming services for all types of hedges, bushes, brush, and other types of shrubbery that are found in your landscape. Not only is it crucial to keep your hedges and bushes trimmed for their health, but it can keep your lawn from accumulating extra pests, debris, and from looking messy.
Hedge trimming is done by using specialty clippers to trim back the edges and overgrown pieces of your hedges. When your hedges begin to overgrow, not only will they look out of shape, but they could also provide the perfect place for pests to migrate to and dwell in. The bigger your hedges get, the more unwanted pests that could potentially take up residence in your greenery and cause discomfort to your lawn. Keeping your hedges short, trimmed, and clean will help their appearance and prevent unwanted bugs from lingering in them for too long.
Bush trimming is similar to hedge trimming, but bushes by themselves tend to be less dense than a row or barrier of hedges. This doesn't mean that you should slack on your regular bush maintenance. We offer bush trimming services to make it easy and manageable to keep your bushes from overgrowing, accumulating debris, or even developing pests, webs, and other unwanted bugs. Cutting back your bushes can prevent mosquitos, flies, and keep bees and wasps at bay as well.
When it comes to trimming back your hedges and bushes, ensuring that they maintain the desired shape is also important. We help clip back your hedges and bushes so they can keep their healthy shape and without looking too overgrown or messy. If your hedges are aligned with other hedges to form a barrier or parameter around your lawn, keeping their shape consistent with each other is crucial for uniformity so your lawn doesn't look neglected or poorly put together. Shaping your bushes ensures that your wooded limbs and branches don't extend too far onto other plants and other areas of your lawn.
There's no definite time when you need or have to trim your hedges or bushes. Most of the time, you'll know when you're ready to and they'll begin to look sloppy or messy on their own. If you've had a storm recently that broke pieces of your hedges or bushes, or perhaps certain parts of them are dying or diseased, it's vital that you have those sections removed before too much damage can be done. Don't fret – those pieces will grow back in no time with the right care and attention from us! We also recommend trimming your hedges and bushes back around the fall time and beginning of spring for optimal results. These important seasons are when your hedges and bushes will be most active in both shedding and regrowing their greenery.