Tree Pruning and Crown Reduction

Tree pruning is your most effective form of tree maintenance. This mode of tree trimming keeps specimens under control and helps avoid tree removal.

Pruning of apple trees or other fruit trees can also help promote growth of new fruit-bearing branches, and Beaver Tree Service’s trained arborists can advise the best time to carry it out.

Tree pruning may be required for a number of reasons including:

  • Branches are diseased or damaged
  • Aesthetic considerations
  • To trim their height
  • To improve light penetration and air circulation

By trimming the lower branches of a tree, light and space for other plants can be created, and other garden features may be better revealed.

Tree pruning can also add character to a formless specimen, making it look much more attractive.

Health and safety is part of our DNA, and we are fully compliant with all practices and legislation.

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"I would like to congratulate and thank the Beaver Tree Team who we're on-sight at Somerset Crescent School for 3 days in January 2019. Throughout the 3 days the team communicated clearly, we're well prepared, and worked safely and calmly around the school grounds. All staff and the community commented on how friendly and positive the team were while they were here. Everyone (school staff, students and community neighbours) enjoyed watching from a distance as the team skilfully trimmed trees, cut down entire trees, mulched up the wood, and cleaned up the areas they worked in after each day. During the 3 days it was extremely hot, yet not one moan, or discouraging word was heard, in fact the extreme opposite. The team encouraged one another, laughed and were part of our school.

Thank you team for making our school a safer place to be in. Thank you for helping us be able to see all our students on the fields, in the playgrounds and in their classrooms. Thank you for beautifying our environment, it looks amazing."

Teena Johnson, Somerset Crescent School, Palmerston North February 13, 2019