Oak tree crown lift

We conducted a crown lift an oak tree last week for a customer in Wolverhampton. The tree had be worked on in the past on the neighbour’s side which had given an unbalanced crown shape. As you can see in the first picture the branches on the right side of the tree are much higher than those on the left. We removed some of the lower branches to try and rebalance the crown and also let some more light into the customer’s garden. We removed as many branches as we could without leaving the tree an unnatural shape and reduced one of the longer branches. After a quick cup of tea and a tidy up we left the customer happy and looking forward to a less shaded summer.

Oak tree before crown lift

Oak tree after crown lift

  1. Piotr Strozik left a comment on April 5, 2012 at 12:29 pm

    Good job. It looks really nice.

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