Crown Lifting Reduction

Crown Lifting is the practice of removing branches from the bottom of the crown of a tree to provide clearance for pedestrians, vehicles, buildings, and lines of sight, or to develop a clear stem for timber production. Also, removing lower branches on white pines can prevent blister rust. For street trees the minimum clearance is often specified by municipal ordinance. After pruning, the ratio of the living crown to total tree height should be at least two-thirds (e.g., a 12 m tree should have living branches on at least the upper 8 m).

Crown Reduction pruning is most often used when a tree has grown too large for its permitted space. This method, sometimes called drop crotch pruning, is preferred to topping because it results in a more natural appearance, increases the time before pruning is needed again, and minimises stress.

Shaw’s Tree & Landscaping services are a leading Crown Lifting Reduction service company and we offer our services to customers across Angus, Tayside and Grampian.

If you require Crown Lifting Reduction Services call Shaw’s Tree & Landscaping services to do it professionally. We use all the latest specialist equipment and safety precautions.

We are Professionally Qualified & Insured and we offer a friendly service with free quotes.

We understand the importance of customer satisfaction so we commit ourselves to getting the job done correctly and promptly. So for a prompt, reliable and professional Tree Surgery service call us today on: 01674 678217

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