Crown reduction is utilised in order to reduce the tree's crown height and spread.
We complete a crown reduction to promote mechanical stress on individual tree limbs or even across the entire tree.
We might also use crown reduction to integrate a tree into a specific environment.
Crown reduction is also carried out to reduce shading.
The tree's main crown framework remains, as does much of the leaf bearing structure. A crown reduction does not necessarily meant to achieve symmetry but does result in a smaller tree. Crown reductions tree cuts are kept small, usually less than 100mm in diameter. Not all species are appropriate for crown reductions, our team will advise you if it is unsuitable.