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The most eco-friendly services in Chattanooga
Why We Prune

Managing local vegetation

The greenest services in the Chattanooga area

Maintaining beauty while preventing outages

Hundreds of contracted arborists work to ensure the health and beauty of trees and shrubs while keeping them from potentially causing outages.

Pruning Tips

  • We prune trees that pose a potential hazard to primary power lines, or those that supply service to your property.
  • As a property owner, you are responsible for pruning trees that interfere with service lines running from a transformer pole to your home or building. However, we want you to stay safe during this process. Therefore, we will lower your service line to allow your contractor to prune or remove foliage and then reinstall service at no charge.
  • We prune trees to a minimum clearance of 10 feet from power lines. Limbs may be trimmed a little more for higher voltage lines and fast growing trees. We also trim limbs overhanging lines as high as possible to prevent them from contacting uninsulated conductors.
  • We use lateral pruning methods—cutting tree branches back to the parent limb – as well as directional pruning to redirect growth away from power lines. If you have trees growing directly under power lines, we encourage you to let us remove it. We’ll cut down the tree and grind the smaller limbs while leaving the logs behind in manageable lengths, all at no charge.
  • Our arborists follow the National Electric Safety Code and ANSI A-300 guidelines as endorsed by the National Arbor Day Foundation and the International Society of Arboriculture in an effort to preserve the health of your trees.

Where to Plant

Anticipating future growth key to proper planting at your home.

Fall Planting Tips

We’ll show the proper ways to safely introduce new trees and shrubs.