Crown Reduction

Crown Reduction Before

Crown Reduction AfterCrown Reduction is where you bring an overall shape to the crown of the tree. Crown reduction is one of the common techniques used today in pruning trees. This is where you cut the foliage from the outer edge into the crown, reducing the overall shape and size of the tree. When doing this type of reduction, ideally all cuts should be made to a bud or as close as you can to a partnering limb.

By doing this you can ensure that the tree has maintained its health and will not be as prone to limbs dying off or diseases. It reduces the weight of the tree and can potentially prevent limbs becoming dangerous and snapping in adverse weather conditions. When Crown Reducing, the tree should always be balanced.

Tree Crown Reduction Service

Crown reduction forms a major part of our daily work. We will advise you on our suggestion for the percentage of reduction required for your type of tree to achieve the best results, both aesthetically and structurally. We work regularly with the Local Authorities and we meet their specific requirements. If your tree has a Tree Preservation Order (TPO) or you live in a Conservation Area and have been given guidelines for reduction, we can carry out any necessary works. Additionally, If you wish to have any tree works done and have not yet made the necessary applications for such work, we are happy to complete this on your behalf and manage the application for you including any sketches and a comprehensive outline of works to be carried out, in line with most Local Authorities instructions.

Fully Licensed and Insured

The Tree Fellers Tree Surgeons in Hertfordshire and North London are fully NPTC Qualified Arborists.
We carry £5 million Public Liability Insurance are First Aid Trained and follow Continual Professional Development.