When a tree’s canopy has grown too large or has become too dense, it can block out vital sunlight and stunt the growth of other plant life sitting in the shade. Another danger that is presented from a tree’s canopy becoming too large or dense is the chance of falling branches, which could potentially cause damage to property or seriously injure someone. Luckily there are two options to combat such problems and reduce a canopy that’s grown too dense.
Crown reduction is the process of removing the top canopy of the tree to bring an overall shape to the canopy of the tree; this is one of the most common techniques used when pruning trees. This can be for the purpose of gaining more light to a property/area or to reduce the size of a tree that is starting to become a safety concern.
Crown thinning is the process of thinning out the top canopy of a tree without altering the overall shape and size of the tree. Branches that cross or rub together are removed, along with any diseased branches. The tree is the pruned to allow more light to a property or area.
Why Trust Bridgewater Tree Services
Because we are….
Our Expert Tree Surgeons are City & Guilds NPTC qualified to the highest possible standards.
WELL ORGANISED TEAM
Also we turn up with the correct tools and a plan for every job.
We always complete what was quoted, above all the area where we have worked will be left clean and tidy.
We love our job and pride ourselves on being a quality service.
At Bridgewater Tree Services we recycle what we chop down.
Most noteworthy, we will try to and beat any price quoted.
Finally our team of Expert Tree Surgeons are always happy to help, polite and have a great sense of humour.
Trees can grow huge, and sometimes this is the only course of action, but you should always seek help and advice from an Expert Tree Surgeon before you consider this option.
If you would like more information about our tree services in the North West, please feel free to get in touch with your enquiry.
You can contact us here and leave a message, or call to speak to us in person on 0161 468 2620 or 07577 592430.