Crown Reduction is the practice of removing large branches from the top of a tree’s canopy. Many property owners believe that removing all the material above a certain point would make their trees safer. Actually the opposite is true. Performed improperly. Crown reduction is a practice that can be most detrimental to the health and beauty of a tree. It should be implemented for emergency situations, such as when a tree is blocking the path of a powerline, a storm has damaged a tree, or the tree is a danger to itself or its surroundings.
In situations where crown reduction is necessary, a professional tree care company like Allred Tree Service Inc. will carefully remove the necessary tree limbs to make the tree and its environment safe. Our ISA certified arborists employ the best tree management practices to ensure the health of your trees while taking care of any potential hazards that you may be concerned about.
Improperly performed Crown Reduction can cause a number of tree problems
The balance between the roots and crown is destroyed. Removal of too many branches and leaves can lead to decreased growth and vigor.
New growth is weakened by tree topping. New sprouts are attached to the surface of stubs rather than being anchored from within former limbs.
Large stubs can’t heal and become susceptible to insect attacks and fungal decay.
Topping can disfigure trees. It also alters the natural beauty and structure of trees.
Crown Reduction is only a temporary solution. A Crowned tree will grow back to its original height, but its natural form is lost.
Allred Tree Service Inc. offers a variety of alternatives to tree topping, like tree pruning, trimming, cabling and bracing.
If you think you require tree topping services, call Allred Tree Service Inc. and we’ll suggest the proper way to solve your tree problems
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