Tree Felling & Tree Removal
A tree may have to be chopped down if it is infected with a disease. Our tree surgeons assess before any cutting is done to make sure trees land where they are supposed to. A tree’s weight and unpredictable nature can make it hefty, requiring considerable skill to manoeuvre it.
The idea of felling a tree in one piece is impractical in confined spaces. Our approach will be to climb the structure and remove it branch by branch. There is a method to the process, which takes a long time and is used when trees are close to property or dangers. If your tree is located near your house, we will remove it section by section.
Trees have their most branches and leaves near the crown. The amount of sunlight reaching your home will be reduced if a tree is not trimmed. It is possible to balance a tree by simply removing the lower branches instead of cutting it down. Tree health is improved by maintaining the natural appearance of the tree.
Trees can be reduced in density by taking branches from their crown. Thinner trees let in more light and make them appear more natural. In addition, they have less wind resistance. The more branches there are on a tree, the more likely it is to blow over; imagine them as sails on a boat.
Tree Crown Reduction
Using professional tools, one of our certified arborists will trim the branches and foliage inside the tree. In contrast to crown raising, interior branches are removed in this process, limiting a tree’s height. As a result of this size reduction, the tree retains its natural shape but looks smaller.