Why We carry Out Crown and Canopy Thinning
The shape is vital for the survival of the tree and lopping off the wrong sections of a tree if it has surpassed its height limit can actually be extremely damaging. This can hinder its growth or cause an overbalance.
Crown and canopy thinning increases light and reduces wind resistance by
selective removal of branches throughout the canopy of the tree.
Crown and canopy thinning is a common practice which improves the tree's strength
against adverse weather conditions, as once the process has been carried out the wind can pass through the tree resulting in less "load" being placed on the tree.