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When Should You Consider An Apopka Tree Trimming Service? We're breaking it down for you.

January 22, 2020

Tree size, type, and health are a few factors that come into play when considering an Apopka tree trimming service. Here’s a breakdown of when and why you should trim your trees during a certain season.




Winter Might Be the Best Season to Trim Trees

We don’t have to worry about frigid winters in Florida, but we do need to care for our trees during the colder season! Winter is the best time to trim your trees because the trees are dormant. This means the trees are inactive, and there is less risk of tree disease after a tree trimming. The cuts in the tree will also heal sooner as its physical functions slow down in the winter, giving it a few months to grow right back with fresh, healthy greenery.





Less Likely for Pest Infestation

Pests love tree sap. When trees are dormant and trimmed in the winter, less sap flows from the tree, meaning pests will be less attracted to the tree. Thanks to the decrease in sap, you won’t have to worry about spraying the tree or keeping an eye out for pesky bugs in the colder season. That’s a win-win for your property and your tree!


Don’t Forget About the Cleanup!

With an Apopka tree trimming service, cleanup is crucial! Trimming a tree can leave behind organic matters, leaves, dirt, and other debris, which can seep into your grass, soil, and surrounding greenery. This can later lead to a diseased tree.


At J&J’s, we ensure your property is spotless after a tree trimming. We know how much you care about your house and the surrounding area, so we want to leave it in great condition after we’ve completed the job!


Contact Us For Your Apopka Tree Trimming Service

Ready to get started with your tree trimming? Contact us for a free estimate today! Whatever season it may be, we’re here to help answer your questions and discuss your tree trimming needs to keep your trees healthy all year long.

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