tree-reductions

Tree Reduction Services

Full canopy reduction are carried out to reduce the overall height of a tree and reduce the spread of the trees canopy. This is usually carried out in metres/ft or percentages.

For example you would like your tree reduced by 2 metres all round. Or you would like to reduce your tree by 30%.

Reduction are carried out to keep a tree at a certain Height or to allow sunlight to pass over

Hazard elimination Individual branches may be reduced to lessen the chance of branch failing due to having a heavier end, caused by to much leaf foliage.

Trees can also be reduced away from buildings and property.

FAQs

Do you need a tree surgeon to remove a tree?

Though tree felling is something you can sometimes do yourself, it’s always best to hire a professional tree surgeon for anything larger than a small tree. The greater the tree, the more difficult and dangerous it is to cut down.

What trees can be cut down without permission UK?

Only tree work that includes cutting down, lopping, topping, or uprooting a tree with a diameter less than 75mm or cutting down or uprooting a tree with a diameter less than 100mm to enhance the growth of another tree is allowed in a Conservation Area without council approval.

Can you cut down any trees on your own property?

You may trim or chop down any tree on your property, whether it’s healthy or not, as long as it’s not protected by a Tree Preservation Order or placed near a conservation area.

What is the best time of year to cut a tree down?

While a tree or stump may be removed at any time of year, winter is the usual time to do it.