Tree Cutting

Tree cutting is a real skill and art when done properly. It is important to understand the correct pruning methods as each cut made is a wound on the tree. When done incorrectly pruning can increase the risk of disease and decay. Urban Arborist team’s have the skills, knowledge, and experience to carry out all the different types of pruning / tree cutting operations in a safe and professional manor.

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Crown Lifting

This form of tree cutting involves the removal of the lower branches often carried out to improve light levels of garden areas, ground floor level dwellings and office blocks.

Stopping nuisance branches from interfering with car parking areas, highways, footpaths, phone lines, streetlights, satellite dishes or any other structures.

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Crown Thinning

The delicate procedure of evenly removing select branches from the crown allowing more light to filter through and enhancing the form and structure of a tree. This procedure works well when combined with crown lifting, improving a tree aesthetically. Urban Arborist has decades of experience in performing those delicate, sympathetic tree pruning/cutting operations.

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Crown Cleaning

Removal of dead, dying, diseased, crossing, rubbing, torn or split branches and epicormic/sucker growth. The removal of the above makes the tree more aesthetically pleasing and reduces the risk of branches falling and causing injury or damage. It is important to carry out regular crown cleaning on trees within parks and recreational grounds, especially over foot paths.

The urban environment is generally a high target area, the more used/populated the area the greater the risk of injury from falling debris.

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Crown Reduction

Selectively removing the outer extremity’s of the crown back to suitable growing points. This type of tree cutting results in an overall reduction in size and can be used to contain a tree outgrowing its space as opposed to complete removal. This can be carried out on the whole tree, or just on a portion clearing obstructive branches from buildings, highways, phone lines, streetlights, satellite dishes, power lines , or any other structures.

Having an extensive knowledge of tree growing patterns and the appropriate incisions to make is essential. Urban Arborist have the knowledge and equipment to perform those tricky operations in a controlled and safe manner without damaging the tree or surrounding area.

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Formative Pruning

Formative pruning is very important for young trees to establish good form and structure. This dictates the way a tree will grow and can prevent major surgery in later life as the tree matures, resulting in larger wounds and depletion on photosynthetic energy. If you have young trees and want them to develop with the best possible form and structure, then get in touch.

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Pollarding

Pollarding should be established on young trees, as the tree is forming its crown. Once a crown structure is formed, pollarding is then a process of systematically cutting back the tree on an annual or biannual basis. Only certain trees respond to pollarding such as Limes, London plane, Poplar or Willow. This technique is a great way to maintain trees in confined space.

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Tree Re-shaping

Tree re-shaping is often carried out on smaller garden trees such as Apple, Cherry and other fruit trees to contain their growth and make them more aesthetically pleasing.

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If you need professional Tree Cutting services, call us today on 01302 832 536 or 01427 891808.

Based in Doncaster Urban Arborist also covers Scunthorpe, Gainsborough, Lincoln, Retford, Worksop, Rotherham and Barnsley.