Richard Hall Ltd offer many tree surgery services:
Dead wooding is carried out for safety and for the continued health of a tree. A lot of dead wood in a tree reduces its aesthetic appearance and this in turn reduces the amount of light that can pass through and makes the tree more susceptible to high winds.
Crown reduction ensures the trees maintenance and will prevent limbs dying off or disease. It reduces the weight of the tree and can potentially prevent limbs becoming dangerous and snapping in adverse weather conditions. A good description of crown reduction is to reduce the trees canopy in size, maintaining its natural shape and beauty.
Crown thinning is used to remove heavy congestion of secondary branches throughout the canopy to produce an evenly spaced branch structure.
Crown lifting involves removal of the lowest branches. This is done to either achieve more lift or height clearance perhaps over a path or parking area.