Tree Surgeons For The North West Of England
Crown Thinning is a form of pruning. It is used to attempt to strengthen the structure of the tree’s crown while boosting airflow and light penetration. It is also used to eliminate the possibility of branches collapsing due to friction and decaying wood. This promotes the health of the tree by allowing reproductive growth to take place.
The procedure removes branches uniformly from the tree’s crown. Crown Thinning does not affect the tree’s overall shape or size. It simply permits more sunlight to enter your home and yard. As a result, other plants (including other trees) will receive more sunlight.
Our arborists will remove branches deliberately, taking care not to exceed the prescribed reduction for each tree species. We enjoy caring for trees and will ensure that your tree retains its individuality.