Tree & Hedge Pruning

Crown Reduction:

This operation involves reduction in the height and spread of the tree’s canopy and is generally used where the tree is tending to outgrow its situation.

Tree Reduction

Crown Reduction, before and after

Crown Thinning:

This involves the reduction in the density of the crown. This operation would not normally be carried out on conifers, so it is generally confined to deciduous broadleaf trees. Trees may be crown thinned to reduce damage that could result from crown resistance to strong winds. Crown thinning may be carried out to admit more air and light into and through the canopy.

Tree Thinning

Crown Thinning, before and after

Crown Lifting:

Lifting is the pruning operation to raise the crown / canopy. It involves pruning or removal of branches to increase the distance between the base of the canopy and ground level. It is normally carried out to improve access or provide visibility beneath the canopy. This type of pruning should, if possible be carried out before a tree reaches maturity in order to avoid large wounds.

Tree Thinning

Crown Lifting, before and after

Dead Wood and Dangerous Branch Removal

This includes the removal of dead, diseased, damaged, weak and crossing branches. Epicormic growth and water shoots may also be removed. Cleaning out also entails the removal of foreign objects and climbing plants, such as Ivy.


This involves trimming of all types of hedges including conifers. We can reduce the height and sides to give a uniformed look.

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