Crown reduction is used to reduce the natural spread and height of the tree crown. The process sees the ends of selected branches removed without compromising the tree shape.
Crown lifting covers the removal of lower limbs and prepares for the removal of other branches in the future. The process achieves uniform tree height from ground level. This service is perfect if trees are preventing light from getting through, or if they’re obstructing traffic or pedestrians.
Crown thinning allows for the removal of secondary branches to achieve uniform limb structures without affecting the size or shape of a tree. The process improves light penetration and lowers wind resistance allowing the better airation and growth of the area bellow the tree