Shed More Light On The Subject With Crown Reduction
REDUCE CROWNS FOR MORE SPACE
Do you have overgrown trees? Perhaps there are too many leaves or there is not enough room for an expanding tree. If that is the case then you need crown reduction or thining to allow more space for other trees or potential sunshine in your garden. Crown reduction is sometimes known as drop crotch pruning. It basically means removing leaves and branches. If you aren’t sure what is best, then contact us to arrange a free consultation and we’ll give you a quote from there.
DON’T JUST TOP TREES
Drop crotch pruning or crown reduction is usually a preferred method to just topping trees. This is because it gives a more natural appearance to your trees and it saves time and money. Crown reduction increases the time before pruning is needed again and reduces the stress placed upon the tree. So not only does it look better but it’s good for the tree too. It is best to get experienced advice when it comes to this sort of thing, so don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
CROWN LIFTING CREATES EXTRA LIGHT
As well as reducing the crown, we can also provide crown lifting. The leaves and branches aren’t actually raised but crown lifting does give the impression of this by increasing the gap between the ground and the crown of the tree. Branches and leaves at the bottom of the crown are cut down to give more space and light. This is good for highways, public footpaths and private gardens. All work is carried out to meet arboricultural principles so not to have a big impact on the health of the tree.