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Crown Reductions

The reduction in size of a tree’s crown with the aim of leaving a healthy tree that maintains a natural shape and appearance. This enables the sail area of the crown to be kept in control in order to reduce the risk of wind damage or may be implemented to avoid encroachment on buildings

Crown Thinning

The removal of branches within the crown in order to reduce its density. This is useful when a reduction in shade effect is desired without wishing to alter the overall appearance of a tree

Crown Lifting

The removal of lower limbs in order to increase ground/building clearance

Dead Wooding

The removal of dead material that might otherwise cause a falling hazard or provide nourishment for disease

Crown Cleaning

The removal of all dead, dying or diseased material along with any crossing branches and irregular growth. This increases the chances of a tree’s continued good health


The complete removal of a tree down to ground level. This may be a straight fell if space allows or a staged dismantle if space is restricted. No tree is considered too large or an area too confined as Rigging/lowering techniques can safely bring all material to the ground

Stump Grinding

The removal of stumps using a mechanical grinding device. (NB this service is not included in the standard ‘removal’ of a tree)


A method of drastically reducing the size of a tree. Once done a schedule of maintenance and re-pollarding must be adhered to in order to ensure the continued health and integrity of a tree

Hedge Work

Reduction in height and siding up of boundary hedges including large hedges of the Leylandii/coniferous type

Tree Bracing

Using the latest non-invasive system (cobra bracing) this involves the installation of braces to decrease the potential of structural failure . This is a prudent measure where trees with potentially weak unions are located near buildings

Tree Planting

Planting schemes can be devised for anything from single specimens to large-scale projects. A management service is also available for larger schemes to reduce the necessity of future remedial work

Formative Pruning

The pruning of young trees in order to increase their chance of a healthy and aesthetic future

Advocacy Service

Help and advice concerning Tree Preservation Orders, Conservation Areas and the increasingly sensitive area of the High Hedge Law. Applications for permission to carry out work can be made where necessary under planning law

Tree Reports

Written reports on the health and structural integrity of trees and the likely implications of their continued growth. This service is either provided by ourselfs or if needed for mortgage reports a fully qualified and indemnified consultant

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