- Removal of deadwood:
As trees mature, some branches die back. This deadwood can be a hazard over frequently used areas.
- Crown thinning:
It is possible to thin the crown of some trees to allow more light to filter through, leaving the tree the same overall shape.
- Crown reduction:
Some trees outgrow their situation, such as in between two houses. The crown can be reduced in size whilst keeping an attractive shape
- Crown lifting:
Low branches, over paths or roads for example, are removed to alleviate interference with traffic.
- Dismantling and felling:
In confined spaces, trees or tree limbs can be removed and lowered to the ground on ropes to avoid damage to the surrounding areas.