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Crown Thinning Nottingham
We offer the expertise needed to help you maintain a healthy and safe tree that fits into your outdoor space. With our professional crown thinning services in Nottingham, we can reduce the crown of your tall trees, making them more aesthetically pleasing and safer for everyone.
By reducing its canopy size, you will also be able to let more natural light in and improve air circulation around your home. With us as your trusted partner for tree care solutions, you can enjoy a beautiful landscape with no worries about potential hazards from large trees.
Contact us today for further details about how we can make your trees look their best!
Understanding the Process of Crown Thinning
Crown thinning is a tree care practice that involves reducing the density of a tree’s foliage while maintaining its overall shape and size.
This process can be beneficial to trees in urban settings as it reduces the risk of them being damaged during storms or heavy winds by decreasing their weight but also creates more light within an area.
It should not be confused with crown reduction, which involves removing entire branches from a tree rather than just pruning away some leaves and stems.
While crown thinning has many advantages, it must be done correctly in order to avoid damaging the health of the tree. In this article, we will discuss what exactly crown thinning entails and how it can benefit both people and trees alike.
Nottingham tree surgeons are proud to be a team of established and dedicated tree surgeons. We offer a comprehensive range of hedge maintenance and hedge trimming work.
With over 15 years of experience in providing tree surgery, tree maintenance and general tree work in Nottingham and Greater Nottingham, we have become the go to local tree surgeon for the region.
We have a fantastic track records of delivering world-class hedge trimming to the area.
The tree surgeons in greater Nottingham is composed of experienced arborists who are fully committed to providing efficient and effective services to our customers in a professional manner.
Our company has built a reputation for delivering high-quality hedge trimming and are immensely proud of having done so.
We have extensive experience in removing hedges and trimming hedges of all sizes in a safe and eco-friendly way.
Whether you’re seeking to create more light in your property or you require overgrown hedges to be removed for health and security reasons, our skilled tree surgeons in Greater Nottingham can help.
Crown Thinning Services
Our full Crown Thinning Service process
Crown Thinning can be a challenging task, but with the right tools and techniques, it can be done effectively. Here are the steps our tree surgeons will follow.
Our process always starts with a telephone consultation with our customer and / or email discussion. At this stage of the process our expert tree surgeon or our secretary Michelle (who is also trained in tree surgery) will ask for images of the hedge to be worked on.
Our tree surgeon teams will look at the photograph and start outlining a plan of action, together with a free quotation.
Examine the tree and check for any signs of disease or any dead branches, which should be removed immediately to prevent further damage to the tree’s health.
Begin at one end of the tree and work your way to the other end. Hold the trimmer with both hands and make sure the blades are parallel to the ground. This will help you make a straight cut.
Use a sweeping motion to cut. Move the trimmer back and forth in a sweeping motion, making sure to cut only a small amount of foliage at a time. This will help you avoid cutting too much and damaging the hedge.
Cut from the bottom up. Start trimming at the bottom of the hedge and work your way up. This will help you see where you have already cut and ensure that the hedge is even.
Cut the top last. After you have trimmed the sides, it’s time to trim the top. Use a ladder if necessary to reach the top of the hedge. Cut the top in the same sweeping motion as the sides, making sure to keep the blades parallel to the ground.
Take a few steps back and look at the crown from a distance. Make any necessary adjustments to the shape or height.
Once you have finished crown thinning, remove any clippings from the tarp or sheet and dispose of them properly.
Regular trimming will help keep the hedge looking its best. Make sure to trim the hedge at least once a year, or more often if necessary.