Decongesting the crown allows more light and air to circulate through the crown. It promotes the tree to grow into its natural shape and reduces the sail area, decreasing the risk of branches snapping. Crown Thinning should be a consistent throughout and not alter the height and spread of the tree.
Pruning whereby dead, diseased, dying, crossing/rubbing branches are removed. ‘Form Pruning’ is an important service we provide. It reduces the risk of decay spreading throughout the tree. Form pruning should be carried out on both mature and young trees.
This type of pruning on young trees can prevent poor branch unions forming into larger, more significant problems in the future. It also removes twin leaders allowing the tree to grow into its natural shape. Form pruning also removes any dangerous dead wood that is high in the crown.
Certain trees require different methods of pruning. Clients may hear the term ‘Topping and Lopping’ as a general term for pruning. Although MLTC avoids this term and method, certain species of tree react better to it than others. We are more than happy to advise for any tree types.
We cover; Stevenage, Welwyn Garden City, Letchworth, Luton, Hitchin, Hertford, Hatfield, St Albans & everywhere in between.
Our service begins with a no obligation site survey, please get in touch to arrange a visit.
I could not recommend them more highly - they are polite, discreet hard workers, who did a professional job and left the garden clean and tidy.
Excellent professional service - would highly recommend!
Service excellent, great job on our eucalyptus tree. I'd recommend MLTC for a good, clean and sensibly priced job.
Professional, friendly and efficient. A great all round service.
Max and his team are fast, efficient, competitively priced and always clear up at the end of the work, leaving everything neat and tidy.
Great service would definitely recommend, did a great job clearing tree stumps for us