Is a term used to describe the combination of different procedures on a tree.
Pruning during the early years of a tree’s growth, to establish a structure and form.
The removal of all branches from the trunk or the regular pruning of small branches. To control a trees growth.
The complete removal of a tree, the stump will be left as close to the ground as possible but will be above ground level.
The cutting of trees and shrubs to ground level allowing vigorous regrowth and a sustainable supply of timber for the future.
Reducing the height and/or spread of the crown of a tree by the removal of the ends of branches whilst maintaining the tree’s natural shape as far as possible. This allows more light into your garden and can replenish a trees natural shape. Also, this helps with shade clearing for Solar Panels.
The removal of a selection of secondary branches to produce a uniform branch structure without altering the size or shape of the tree. This improves the amount of light levels passing through the canopy thus reducing shading and it also reduces the wind resistance.
The removal of a trees stump to make a lawn look more tidy and create more space.
We can prune trees and shrubs around powerlines.
The removal of the lowest branches, normally to give a uniform height from ground level. Crown lifting should not normally include the removal of large branches growing directly from the trunk because this may jeopardize the tree’s future. You would usually want this procedure to bring more light into your garden.
Removal of Deadwood
The removal of deadwood from the canopy of the tree.
Drone Retrival & Rescue
We can rescue your drone using our Elevated Work Platform.