Hedging is best completed in the spring and fall. In the spring, hedges are trimmed to remove winter damage such as dead leaves. This is also the time of the year that hedges tend to grow the most.
By early fall, your hedges have likely achieved their maximum growing potential. If you wait too far into fall for hedging, you risk them not recovering fast enough to prevent frost damage.
Depending on the size of your hedges, we will use a variety of instruments to trim them. We use a combination of power tools and traditional tools that ensure that the job is done precisely.
We also will ensure that the trimmings are disposed of properly. If the amount of trimmings is large enough, we will take them away and properly dispose of them