Tree Pruning

Proper tree care is a priority of ours. At Cummings Tree Service, we guarantee quality and reliable tree pruning services to our valued customers. We offer affordable rates that can fit most budgets. Contact us today to get a free estimate!

Signs you may need a tree pruning service

  • Are there dead or broken branches in your trees?
  • Do you have ornamental trees in your yard that need proper maintenance?
  • Have your trees overgrown?
  • Do your trees seem structurally out of balance?
  • Do your trees appear unhealthy?
  • Has it been a while since your trees were pruned?
  • Do your shrubs or hedges need shearing?
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Tree Pruning Techniques

Proper tree care helps keep your trees healthy and reduces future risks down the road. While forest trees grow without pruning, landscape trees require regular maintenance. Tree pruning helps maintain the structural integrity of the tree and improves overall growth. When it comes to proper tree care, stewardship and prevention is the best approach. Our crew has been properly pruning trees since 1993.

In addition to residential tree pruning, we also service many commercial accounts. These commercial accounts include apartments and office buildings. We can properly prune one tree or several hundred. At Cummings Tree Service, we are ISA certified and keep up with the latest standards in tree trimming. We are always looking for the newest and best ways to trim trees.


Cleaning removes dead, diseased, decaying, and weak branches throughout the tree.


Thinning is the process of removing specific branches from the tree. This allows for better sunlight penetration throughout and increased airflow. Proper thinning reduces the weight on heavy branches and keeps the tree’s shape.


Raising removes branches from the bottom of the tree to allow for more clearance. This prevents the branches from touching vehicles, homes, and people walking below the tree.


Reducing safely reduces the size of the tree. Reducing is typically done to allow room for utility lines. Reduction is a safer practice for tree health than topping, which can severely damage tree health.

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Mailing Address
PO Box 5949 Eugene, OR 97405

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M-F: 8am - 5pm

(541) 485-0625