Tree Pruning helps to promote the health and beauty of trees, while also removing hazards that can arise from dead or diseased branches.
We use techniques such as thinning, reduction, lifting and crown cleaning when we prune trees to ensure that they remain healthy and aesthetically pleasing for years to come.
We also offer specialised services for trees that require more specific pruning such as fruit tree pruning and ornamental tree pruning.
Our Tree Pruning Service includes both light and heavy pruning, depending on the needs of your tree.
Light pruning involves selectively removing smaller, weaker growth in order to enhance the overall structure and appearance of a tree.
Our team will remove crossing branches, as well as any dead or damaged limbs that may be present in order to keep your tree healthy and aesthetically pleasing.
We also specialise in cleaning up larger areas around trees where debris has accumulated over time due to storms or other events; this ensures that there are no risks associated with large amounts of decaying material near your tree.
Heavy pruning involves a more drastic approach, removing larger sections of the tree in order to reduce its size and improve its structure.
This is typically done for trees that have become too large or unruly over time.
Our team will carefully assess the situation and determine which branches should be removed in order to achieve the desired results without compromising the overall health of your tree.
Types of Pruning
Crown Reduction – Crown Reduction is a form of pruning that involves strategically reducing the size of a tree’s crown. We will only perform this method when absolutely necessary, as it can often result in permanent damage to the tree if not done correctly.
Crown Thinning – Crown Thinning is a form of light pruning in which the overall density of the crown is reduced. This is done to improve air circulation, reduce the tree’s weight, and improve its appearance. We will selectively remove smaller branches in order to achieve these goals without compromising the long-term health of your tree.
Crown Lifting – Crown Lifting is a form of pruning in which the lower branches of a tree are removed. This can help to improve visibility, as well as reduce the risk of accidents caused by low-hanging branches.
Formative Pruning – Formative Pruning is a process of pruning young trees in order to encourage desirable growth patterns and reduce the risk of future hazards. This should be done when the tree is still young, as it can help shape its growth for years to come.
Why Choose Arborcare
At Arborcare Tree Surgery, we focus on providing excellent tree surgery services that minimise any harm to your property.
Our certified arborists use advanced equipment and techniques for reliable and speedy service. Our ultimate goal is to ensure your satisfaction by delivering the results you desire.
If you want to know more about our tree surgery services or book an appointment for your property, please contact us. We’re here to help and answer any questions you may have.