Canopy thinning is a balanced removal of branches within the crown.
This Beech tree has been thinned balanced throughout the canopy. This will allow the wind to pass through the crown more easily.
Dangerous decaying leaning Scots pine tree in Crockham Hill with a heartwood disease, that had to be carefully dismantled to groundlevel.
Supporting a decaying tall woodland Ash tree, hung up in another tree. Climber safely working from another tree to dismantle it.
Reduced to balance and crown thinned a large Sweet chestnut tree in Limpsfield village protected by a TPO and growing in a conservation area
2 large Silver birches trees reduced to balance by a third in Marsh Green.
Removed all deadwood from 2 Scots pine trees in Crockham Hill
Felling a large Ash tree with a heartwood disease in Godstone
Reduced to balance 1 large Beech tree in Wimbledon Village and erected trellis and planted climbers for screening
Scots pine tree being felled and stump grind because of a heartwood disease in Marsh Green
Large landscaping job of planting trees, shrubs, leveling soil and relaying lawn in Oxted
Thinned a very busy Beech tree in Godstone by 25%. This will enable the wind to blow through more easily, thus strengthening the root plate. Plus if left, the dense regrowth will grow weaker as the stems thicken and start rubbing. ... See more