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Crown reduction involves the thinning out and pruning the canopy of the tree. Removing an array of branches, diseased or dead branches.
The overall solution is to finish off with a thinner canopy so it reduces spread.
Preservation: Trees are a rich beautiful greenery year round and also keep a rich wildlife habitation. Crown reduction can simply stop the spread and won't compromise the life of the tree. The canopy is therefore thinned and maintained, it increases light and protects surrounding dwellings. If you want more light and space then crown reduction is the best solution.
Debris: Come the autumn months trees loose a lot of their greenery, twigs, leaves and branches. If you thin the canopy before autumn there will therefore be less debris dropped by the tree. This can save councils/companies lots of money in the clear up process so tree surgery could actually save the councils/companies money for the clear up of debris. Crown reduction also helps with stability due to some branches resting on each other, these can easily snap in winds and harsh winter weather.