Crown reductions are used to reduce the height and spread of a tree by removing the ends of branches whilst maintaining the natural shape of the tree as far as practicable.
The purpose of a crown lift is to remove the lower branches to lift the canopy to let more light in and improve a view or allow better access for traffic.
Branches naturally die naturally within the tree canopy and these can be dangerous.
In gardens or public areas they should be removed for public safety.
Pollarding is a method used to create a more manageable sized tree for its location. It is a harsh cut at first but the tree will soon recover with a more uniform, dense canopy.
Sectional rigging is used to safely remove a tree in a gradual and controlled manner in order to protect the surrounding area , including buildings, greenhouses, fences, and plants.
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