A crown reduction is carried out by making cuts to the outer side of the canopy to reduce its overall size. This is normally done to balance a misshapen tree, reduce the weight on potentially hazardous limbs or branches and to prevent trees obstructing or damaging surrounding buildings and overhead cables.
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Trees are somewhat dangerous to remove which is why we are fully trained and insured to do the job. Trees are normally removed if they are dying or are already dead. However, trees are also removed to improve growing conditions for neibouring trees, make room for new developments and are also removed if they are causing issues or damage to an excising building. Removing trees unfortunately is a part of what we do, however we do feel bad about this which is why we advise our clients to replant a tree if they wish. If the client does not wish to replant a tree, then we will plant a tree for them at our yard.
Trees always have parts of them which slowly die of for different reasons, we call this dead wood. Dead wood can sometimes be dangerous, as eventually the dead wood will fall from the tree. It is important to keep an eye on this because if a tree is on your land it is your responsibility shall someone be injured as a result. We have ways in which we can manage your trees to reduce the deadwood in them. This is most popular at schools and offices where making sure trees are safe is crucial. If you are concerned about a tree which may be dangerous give us a call and we will check this out for you.
24/7 Emergency Call Out
Our emergency service is in place to offer the public a phone line to call in case of a tree emergency. This service is used frequently during the winter months when high winds and heavy down pours are common. The combination of heavy rains and strong winds can sometimes be lethal, for advice on ways to help prevent storm damage to trees contact us now.