A more extensive form of pruning, used to reduce the weight of potentially dangerous limbs, balance misshapen trees, for example, following storm damage or after bad pruning and a great way to keep your tree healthy.
This is done to allow more light through the crown without altering the overall shape and size of the tree. Crossing or rubbing branches are removed together with diseased wood.
Crown lifting increases the clearance between the ground level and lower branches. This is often used to allow light to penetrate to the ground or provide access below the tree
Unfortunately sometimes trees need to be removed, whether due to overgrowth or sickness which could spread to the surrounding area. We will offer guidance on whether this is necessary and we will also facilitate the required licensing.