Properly pruned trees will remain healthier and live longer than neglected trees. The Pruning of trees is the most important tree maintenance practice you can do to help your tree remain healthy and strong. Pruning is important in order to maintain tree health.
Do my Trees need Pruning?
There are many reasons for pruning your trees, perhaps they are taking over your garden and reducing the sunlight to surrounding plants, you may need to remove storm damaged or diseased branches, or simply to contain the growth of your tree in urban and rural areas.
How can we help?
Our tree care specialists can help your trees develop a strong trunk and branch structure by eliminating potential defects whilst the tree is still young. The older the tree, the more difficult and expensive this work is. Therefore, it is important to have trees maintained throughout their life.
All our pruning works are planned and completed in a safe and professional way to reduce the possibility of structural failure and decrease the risk to people and property, while prolonging the tree’s life. Before pruning is carried out, Majestic Tree Care Ltd will assess your trees independently and agree the best possible course of action dependant on your tree species, shape, size and condition.
We use a wide range of the latest tree surgery equipment and tools, including lowering ropes and slings, to ensure the job is done efficiently and to the highest standard possible.
Why Choose Majestic Tree Services
Over the many years of caring for trees, shrubs, and hedges, for both domestic and commercial customers, Majestic Tree Care has built up an unbeatable reputation. All our Tree Surgeons are fully trained, fully qualified and have vast experience and knowledge in a variety of different pruning and felling methods:
Crown thinning – Small branches are removed to thin the crown, reducing the weight & wind resistance of the tree
Crown lifting – Lower branches are carefully removed to increase the amount of light passing through the tree
Crown deadwooding – Branches may naturally die off but can take a while to decay, removing the branches early keeps the tree safe
Crown reductions – The height of the tree is reduced to decrease shading & loss of light, making the tree more suited to its environment
Directional felling – A wedge is removed from the bottom of the tree, bringing it down safely in one piece
Sectional dismantling – Where space is restricted, the tree is carefully dismantled and brought down piece by piece