Crown reductions will reduce the height and /or spread of the crown of a tree by the removal of the ends of branches while maintaining the tree’s natural profile. Cuts are made to natural growing points so that the tree regenerates correctly.Read More
Crown thinning involves the removal of the smaller branches within crown of the tree to reduce the density of the crown. Crossing and rubbing branches are removed to prevent further damage to the cambium (bark).Read More
Involves the removal of lower branches to give pedestrians or vehicles better clearance. It is also performed to enable clear views through the lower part of the tree such as at the end of a garden over looking fields etc.Read More
Once we have removed a tree and depending on the tree species the stump that remains at ground level may need to be poisoned. This is to prevent re-growth and allow the stump to slowly decay.