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The removal of the stump usually to 1-2 feet and then removing the main root system. This means the tree is unable to re-grow and the ground is ready for replanting/redevelopment.

There are many techniques for complete removal but the most common is carried out using specialist lowering equipment with the tree taken down in sections (known as a sectional fell). Removing trees in this way means lawns, sheds and other obstacles can be avoided and left undamaged.

Reduce the top of the tree to the required height and then adjust the sides accordingly (see pictures in gallery for examples).

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Stubbington Tree Care offers a variety of services here and the terminology can be confusing. For clarity, we have outlined some of the terms we use in our quotations.

Crown Reduction/Re-shape

Stump grinding

Terminology

Complete removal

Removal of all limbs back into larger stems (removing all greenery from the tree). Pollarding is subject to the trees condition and species as some older and/or weaker species are not suitable.

Pollarding

All dead branches, stems and crossing and rubbing branches are removed. This is usually carried out for the safety of property and personnel.

Crown clean / Dead wood removal

Lifting the crown is usually carried out to gain light on your property while balancing the tree or for clearance for roads and footpaths.

Crown lifting

Crown thinning removes branches from within the canopy letting more light through the tree. Thinning your tree can prevent problems such as deadwood and crossing or rubbing branches.

Crown thinning

This includes the pruning of all fruiting, flowering and other species where the greatest of care is needed.

Specialist pruning

The complete removal of all trees/hedges and any other woody vegetation in an area.

Site clearance

Stubbington Tree Care offers a full professional hedge trimming  service, we also reduce the height of hedges that sometimes get out of hand.

Hedge trimming service

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