The true Art of arboriculture is in the finest details normally carried out when pruning trees as apposed to removing them.
Pruning is one of the most skilled tasks undertaken by a tree surgeon. Every tree surgeon can 'Top' or "Lop' a tree but this is an extremely poor work practice. When done properly to a high standard tree pruning is very specialised and has excellent outcomes.
This TPO'd Horse Chestnut had a reduction of approximately 4-5 metres, To reduce wind stress and help to minimise the risk of branch failure.
This Silver Birch had a reduction of 2-3 Metres to manage the trees size and stop it encroaching on the house neighbouring property.
This Purple Plum had a reduction of 2-3 metres to manage the trees size and to allow more light into the front lounge.
This eucalyptus had a reduction of 2 metres to manage the trees evergrowing crown and to give adequate clearance for passing vehicles on the roadside.
This Pear tree had a reduction of 1-2 metres to maintain its size in a small garden and to allow more light to pass onto the garden below.
This Sycamore had a crown reduction of 2 metres to increase the trees appearance to aid in the sale of the property.
This Pine tree had a crown thin, reduction and deadwood to reduce the potential for limb failure and to allow more light and air to pass onto the garden below.
This cherry tree had a crown reduction of 2-3 metres to reduce the size of the crown and to prevent it from outgrowing its position.