Thinning and Pruning

Pruning and thinning is the practice of the selective removal of parts of a tree.

Reasons to prune plants include deadwood removal, shaping (by controlling or directing growth), improving or maintaining health and reducing risk from falling branches.  If this is done properly, the cutting down of the tree may be delayed. It also creates space between trees creating better air circulation and more light.

Our arborists are skilled in the method of thining and pruning and can identify trees that are damaged, dead, non-productive or structurally unsound.

Our major projects include:

  • Historic elm tree pruning, Camperdown
  • 2006 Commonwealth Games athlete’s village turf installation, establishment and maintenance
  • Midland Highway (WestConnect) tree clearing and maintenance works
  • Albert Park tree maintenance, removal and planting
  • Powerline clearance, City of Greater Geelong
  • Sole supplier of tree maintenance services to the City of Greater Geelong since 2003

 

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