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Parklawn Tree Services offers the most up to date tree care advice and service to domestic customers. From the initial consultation to the completion of the work Parklawn Tree Services offers a complete and professional service nationwide. We know the value of your trees and the care they require to enhance the area and setting they grow in. Our Arborists provide a full range of services including pruning, crown reduction, crown thinning, crown shaping, pollarding and felling of dangerous trees. All waste can be chipped, removed and recycled where possible.

  • Crown Lifting: Pruning to provide clearance for pedestrians, vehicles and buildings by removing lower branches.
  • Crown Thinning: Pruning to increase light penetration and air movement through the crown by removing selective branches.
  • Dead Wooding: The removal of hazardous branches and decaying timber.
  • Stump Grinding: Grinding a stump to below ground level.
  • Crown Reduction: A method of pruning to reduce the size of the canopy using approved techniques.
  • Dismantling: Total tree removal in sections using specialist lowering and rigging equipment.

All works are carried out to BS standards

What is Crown Lifting?

Tree crown lifting is a process that is used to increase the overall health and vitality of a tree. By removing some of the lower branches, we can allow more light to reach the upper branches and improve the flow of air and water through the tree. This process also helps to reduce the weight on the branches and stem, which can help to prevent structural damage.

What is Tree Thinning?

Thinning a tree’s crown is an important part of arboriculture. It helps to improve the tree’s overall health and appearance. There are several reasons why you might thin a tree’s crown. One reason is to remove dead or damaged branches. This will help the tree to grow more vigorously and look healthier. Another reason to thin a tree’s crown is to allow more light to reach the ground. This can help trees grow more quickly and robustly. Finally, thinning a tree’s crown can help prevent damage from high winds. By removing some of the branches, you make the tree less likely to break in a storm.

What is Dead Wooding?

Dead wooding is the the removal of hazardous branches and decaying timber from trees and shrubs. This helps to improve the tree’s overall health and appearance, as well as reducing the risk of falling debris and branches.

What is Stump Grinding?

One of the benefits of stump grinding is that it helps to prevent pests and diseases from spreading. When a tree is cut down, the stump left behind can be a breeding ground for insects and other pests. Stump grinding eliminates this risk by completely removing the stump. Stump grinding also helps to improve the appearance of a property and can make way for the planting of new trees and shrubs.

What is Crown Reduction?

Tree crown reduction is an important part of arboriculture. It is the process of removing a portion of the tree’s crown, or foliage, to improve the tree’s overall health and appearance. Crown reduction can also be used to reduce the weight on a weak or damaged tree limb.