Tree Pruning Lifting and Thinning


When a tree outgrows its situation, Bruks Tree Surgery can be called in to reduce the height and spread of the tree crown.




Before Reduction.
After Reduction.
Before Reduction
After Reduction




Often, when there is either a problem with access or with visibility under the tree canopy itself, the crown of the tree will need to be raised or “lifted”. Pruning of this nature should be carried out by Bruks Tree Surgery before the tree reaches a mature age.



Before and after lifting.
Before Lifting
After Lifting



When more light or air is required through the canopy of a tree, Bruks Tree Surgery will carry out Crown “thinning”. The density of the canopy is reduced and this can also reduce the risk of damage caused from crown resistance to high winds. Thinning is very often required on Conifers.


Before thinning.
After thinning
Before Thinning
After Thinning


Cleaning Out:

Bruks Tree Surgery will remove any branches which are damaged, weak or diseased, as well as removing climbing plants such as Ivy to thoroughly “clean out” the tree.