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Promote healthy growth and improve light and airiness

The canopy of a tree can become heavy with growth on the inner and outer branches. Crown thinning is a process that reduces the canopy of your tree, allowing more light and air to pass through the crown. This improves the health of the remaining branches and gives the tree a better aesthetic appearance.

All crown thinning work is covered by public liability insurance and wood waste recycled where possible. Paul Day Tree Specialists employ NPTC qualified surgeons for forestry and arboriculture.

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How the crown is thinned

Climbing the tree or using a cherry picker to reach the crown, inner branches are selected for removal usually to a percentage of the overall crown. The branches are selected based on potential risk to nearby property, deadwood and maintaining an even spread throughout the crown.

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or call Paul Day today on 01909 519 675

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