Tree Crown Lifting

Tree Crown Lifting removes the lowest branches and/or prepares lower branches for future removal. The lifting process is often used to create more space under your tree. As a result, this can be great for your lawn and flowers. A commercial procedure can be undertaken to provide access beneath an obstructive tree or to ensure the safety of pedestrians from falling branches.

To begin with, our professional tree care team will assess how best to lift your canopy whilst retaining the natural shape of the crown. Arboricultural Excellence’s tree surgeons take great care pruning your tree. When lifting the branches, we will make sure the tree is well balanced and shaped so it’s aesthetically pleasing.

Our tree specialists understand the importance of leaving the more mature, larger branches that protrude from the trunk. Removing them would result in large wounds, which can lead to instability and decay. Instead it’s important to remove the smaller branches – speeding up recovery time and reducing stress induced by the procedure.

Other tree pruning and tree cutting services

Crown ThinningCrown ReductionPollardingDead Wood Removal
Diagram of tree crown lifting

Avoid obstruction to traffic, buildings, paths, signs, fences, etc.

Open up a desirable view in your garden or grounds

Allow access below the tree, particularly for vehicles. (In the UK, highways regulations state that the clearance over a highway must be 5.2 meters and 2.5 meters over a footway)

Improve light levels for yourself, your plants and flowers

Tree Crown Lifting

Tree Crown Lifting removes the lowest branches and/or prepares lower branches for future removal. The lifting process is often used to create more space under your tree. As a result, this can be great for your lawn and flowers. A commercial procedure can be undertaken to provide access beneath an obstructive tree or to ensure the safety of pedestrians from falling branches.

To begin with, our professional tree care team will assess how best to lift your canopy whilst retaining the natural shape of the crown. Arboricultural Excellence’s tree surgeons take great care pruning your tree. When lifting the branches, we will make sure the tree is well balanced and shaped so it’s aesthetically pleasing.

Our tree specialists understand the importance of leaving the more mature, larger branches that protrude from the trunk. Removing them would result in large wounds, which can lead to instability and decay. Instead it’s important to remove the smaller branches – speeding up recovery time and reducing stress induced by the procedure.

Diagram of tree crown lifting

Avoid obstruction to traffic, buildings, paths, signs, fences, etc.

Open up a desirable view in your garden or grounds

Allow access below the tree, particularly for vehicles. (In the UK, highways regulations state that the clearance over a highway must be 5.2 meters and 2.5 meters over a footway)

Improve light levels for yourself, your plants and flowers

Other tree pruning and tree cutting services

Crown ThinningCrown ReductionPollardingDead Wood Removal
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Get in touch to organise for us to come and see your tree(s) and their environment to give you a free no obligation quote.

GET A FREE CONSULTATION

Get in touch to organise for us to come and see your tree(s) and their environment to give you a free no obligation quote.

GET A FREE CONSULTATION

Get in touch to organise for us to come and see your tree(s) and their environment to give you a free no obligation quote.