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Tree Removal: When a tree surgeon quotes to remove a tree, the standard is to remove it leaving as low a stump as possible.
Crown reduction or pruning: We can reduce the height and/or the width of a tree. Not all trees are happy with large reductions and we may recommend that a severe reduction takes place over a period of a couple of years.
Thinning: Thinning reduces the density of the crown. This will let more light through the tree.
Crown lifting: This is the removal of the tree's lower limbs, common practice along footpaths and roadways.
Deadwooding: This is the identification and removal of dead limbs throughout the canopy.