Tree trimming is more detailed work than you might think. Aimlessly cutting into the tree without a plan is not necessarily the best plan for the life of the tree. It is important to understand the growth process, the best time of year to prune it, the different types of trees and the overall health of the tree. The best bet is to call in an expert to get the job done. Farmington Hills, MI residents have been depending on PPM Tree Service for over a decade. The owner is a certified arborist, which sets him apart from his competitors. Being certified through the International Society of Aboriculture (ISA) means that the owner is educated in tree care. He meets the standards for excellence in the field, starting with the amount of time he has spent in the business. It also indicates that he passed the exam about aboriculture, from tree identificatiabout to soil issues and fertilizatiabout. Having this expert knowledge, he can tell a lot about the age, growth pattern and health of a tree by looking at the branches. An initial consultation allows him to visit your home, assess the condition of your yard, identify the kinds of trees, assess their health and devise a plan to maintain their long term health. He is able to share his recommendations with you and explain why he made these decisions. The owner and his crew at PPM Tree Service know that every cut has to count. There must be a reason for pruning the tree. It should either help the tree grow, bring it back to life, free it from wires or shape it. Everything they do is in accordance with the ISA and the methods outlined in the training manuals. This includes the best times to cut trees, how to cut them and other best practices. Also, since they have a full understanding about tree care, they can share that knowledge with their customers, making every client aware of what needs to be done and why. Residents in and near Farmington Hills, MI rely on PPM Tree Service for all of their tree care needs, from fallen trees, big ugly trees that need to be removed, tress that need to be trimmed to avoid taking down wires, to create paths, to beautify the trees or simply to nurture them to maintain their health. Although an aesthetically pleasing tree is always part of the goal when it comes to tree trimming, the main focus is on safety.