Tree Pruning Montreal, West Island and Surroundings

We Offer Tree Pruning Montreal,
West Island and Surrounding Areas


A tree may need pruning and general maintenance for a variety of reasons:

· to remove diseased or storm-damaged branches
· to thin the crown to permit new growth and better air circulation
· to reduce the height of a tree
· to remove obstructing lower branches
· to shape a tree for design purposes

Once the decision has been made to prune, we can recommend the best approach for your specific tree situation. In most cases, we remove around 15% to 30% of the branches in order to maintain the health of the tree. In the case of a large tree where you want to remove big branches in the upper area of the crown, we are the experts.

Large tree pruning, in particular, can require climbing and heavy saws or even cherry-pickers and chain saws. This is a job that should be left to trained and experienced professionals. Never compromise personal safety by attempting to prune a tree yourself.

Whether it be tree maintenance of any kind, EMONDAGE GV are the TREE SERVICE professionals who know how to get it done safely, every time.


We provide all types of pruning, because different trees have different needs and every owner has their own personal view of what needs to be done. Sometimes, hazard pruning is needed to remove dead branches, stub cutting, removing branches that are too tightly entwined which in turn creates rubbing on the bark. We provide thinning services on trees by removing 15 to 30% of the leafy mass which minimizes potential branch breaking, making the tree more resistant to wind and ice. The added benefit is two-fold as more light makes its way through the tree.

Crown raising of a tree is a great way to increase indirect light under the tree. We do this by removing low branches from the trunk and then shorten branches that are growing towards the ground. Clearance pruning is usually done to provide infrastructure clearing of neighbouring trees, think; house, clothes line, electrical wires and other structures. Cutting the top of a tree, known as topping is usually a last resort procedure. It’s not something we do often, but when necessary, we know how to proceed in order to maximize the tree’s lifespan. It’s also good to note that some trees, such as fruit trees can benefit from topping.

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Your perfect lot awaits. Let’s talk about your required tree services.