TREE REMOVAL - TREE TRIMMING

Crown Thinning

Crown Reduction

Crown Reduction

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Need more light in your garden?

Crown thinning reduces the foliage and outer-branch density of the tree. We do this by removing damaged, crossing or rubbing limbs and removing smaller secondary branches. Thinning the crown involves the removal of approximately 10-20% of the branches throughout the canopy without changing the shape or perception of the trees crown. 

Crown Reduction

Crown Reduction

Crown Reduction

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Is the tree outgrowing your house?

A typical Crown reduction is carried out to reduce the overall size and spread of the tree by a given specification such as 20-30%.

Crown Lift

Crown Reduction

Tree Removal

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Are branches drooping too low and interfering with daily life?

A crown life removes lower branches to an agreed height. This allows for better landscape. Crown lift is also used where low branches are causing obstruction or encroaching on fences, homes or buildings.

Tree Removal

Tree Removal

Tree Removal

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When trees outgrow or become diseased Motta's Tree services provide professionalism from  the smallest shrub to the largest tree in an awkward place.   We will endeavour to carry out a timely job with  minimal upheaval to the client.   

Pine Straw

Tree Removal

Pine Straw

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The rich, auburn color of pine straw brings vibrancy and life to your garden, creating a landscape that's sure to be eye-catching. But the benefits are more than simply visual. Pine straw also has a practical use as a natural garden mulch.

Mulch

Tree Removal

Pine Straw

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There are two cardinal rules for using mulch to combat weeds. First, lay the mulch down on soil that is already weeded, and second, lay down a thick-enough layer to discourage new weeds from coming up through it.