Crown Thinning

Crown thinning is the sensitive removal of a selected proportion of secondary and small live branch growth throughout the crown. This can be done in a percentage ratio depending on the nature of its requirements. This will result in an even density of foliage around a well-spaced and balanced structure that permits light penetration and lessens wind resistance. Or on mature trees can also be remedial work for the long-term health and prolonged safety of the tree.

AA Tree Surgeons offer a wide range of tree surgery, for more information on these, please navigate to the relevant sections above or contact us directly on 01332 883176 or 07957624803