While we give a brief explanation of what crown reduction entails elsewhere on our website, we felt that the subject was worthy of its own dedicated blog post. Many of our Epsom clients are unaware of the technical know-how that a tree surgeon must possess to perform a quality crown reduction – one of the more delicate aspects of tree surgery.
If you’re searching for a company to perform a crown reduction on your behalf, give Epsom based M&M Tree Surgeons a call on 0208 393 8144 or 07710 308 577.
Crown reduction involves a trained tree surgeon bringing down the height or spread of a trees’ crown, which is defined as a tree’s foliage bearing portions. A tree surgeon can accomplish this by making a series of small cuts to parts of the crown which will be identified in a pre-reduction survey (under 100mm in diameter, generally). The precise nature of each cut ensures that the crown’s main framework is retained.
Typically, M&M Tree Surgeons carry out crown reduction on trees in Epsom that have become or are becoming unsuitable to their surrounding environment. For example, by no longer being able to take in enough light due to increasing foliage density, or by simply growing too tall. Ideally, once tree surgeons have finished a crown reduction, a tree’s crown will appear similar in shape but smaller in size. This makes it a great solution for Epsom landowners who feel that a tree has become too big to handle.