Tree trimmer and pruner in Sainte-Julie
Clients contact us for pruning and pruning more than for any other service. But did you know that these two terms do not mean the same thing? Certainly, in both cases, it is about cutting off parts of a tree. However, the approach is distinguished by the primary goal sought.
Understanding the difference between pruning and pruning a tree
When it comes to pruning, the main concern remains the tree and its good bearing capacity. Of course, what people want is still important, but it is not the priority. On the contrary, compromises will be made in terms of the human needs concerned in order to satisfy them without compromising the well-being of the tree.
In the case of pruning, the work is more global and carried out with a long-range perspective. This is why it is part of a planning process designed to ensure the extent and quality of the tree's development. So each cut is carefully thought out and restricted to the strict essentials.
Pruning, on the other hand, is more drastic, because its ultimate objective is the resolution of human problems, to the detriment of the tree if necessary. In other words, humans take precedence over trees. This does not mean that the gesture of pruning is not justified in this case. On the contrary, the goal is so important that it may ultimately lead to having to sacrifice a tree.