Crown Cleaning


Crown Cleaning: Removal of dead wood and any broken or diseased branches


Trees will naturally shed small dead twigs normally this is nothing to be concerned with however large quantities of deadwood in the tree can become a dangerous either by being shed or blown out in strong winds. Dead, dying or diseased wood, stumps of broken branches, climbing plants, e.g. ivy, and rubbish accumulated in branch forks should be removed, this is known as crown cleaning.


After inspection it can be decided whether a tree will require deadwood removal as it can be beneficial to species of insects and birds. Large dead wood should be removed when a tree is overhanging public areas and property. Ivy may have to be removed from trees so that they can be fully inspected, as ivy can hide decaying or weak structures.












We cover Hertfordshire, North London And Surrounding Areas



Pruning Sevices

Crown: The branches and leaves on a tree measured from the lowest branch on the trunk
Crown Cleaning: Removal of dead wood and any broken or diseased branches
Crown Thinning: Removal of specific branches to permit better air movement and light penetration
Crown Raising: Removal of lower branches over roofs and paths
Crown Reduction: Reduction of the height and/or spread of the tree through proper pruning Services
Decay: The decomposition of woody matter
Limb: A major branch large in size
Lead: A prevailing vertical stem which is dominant
Pruning: Removal of specific plant parts to your specifications and taste

Tree Services

Bracing: Use of steel rods in limbs, leads or trunks provide firm support
Cabling: Provides extra support to limbs with weak joints
Damage Restoration: pruning to improve the structure and appearance of the tree due to damage from a storm or vandalism
Root Pruning: Process of cutting the roots of an established tree to helps growth of new feeder roots after it has been transplanted
Staking: Installation of guy wires to support a tree
Stump Removal: Grinding the main stump
Tree Removal: The cutting down of a tree that has decayed or dangerous so far that no other option is available to ensure the safety of people or property

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