Crown Reduction

Crown Thinning

Tree Felling

The complete felling and removal of a tree. This can be carried out in a single section, controlling the direction of fall, where there is adequate space. If space is limited this can be done by removal in sections.

Crown Reduction

A process of removal of a percentage of the crown of the tree, to allow the tree to be balanced and maintained. This also allow light through the tree and can help with shading issues.

 

Crown Thinning

This is the process of the removal of a percentage of the crown to allow the tree to appear balanced and maintained.

Crown Lifting

A process of the selective removal of the lower branches of the trees crown. This will help to increase the distance between the canopy and ground level.

Stump Grinding

The tree stump is left in the ground during the process of felling or dismantling. The stump will be ground into chips using a specialised machine, below the existing soil level. This type of work is undertaken if paths or driveways are to be laid or a garden re-turfed.

Pollarding

This is a way in which the size of a tree can be controlled. It requires the removal of all limbs back to the main trunk. The tree would then be allowed to re-grow after the initial cutting. Pollarding does require the tree to re-pruned every 2 to 5 years depending on the type of tree.

Hedge Care

Hedges can be trimmed, reduced in height and tidied to meet your requirements.

Crown Lifting

Pollarding