Tree pollarding is a procedure that involves the removal of the upper branches of a tree in order to improve the density of foliage within the crown whilst reducing its natural size.
By literal definition, a true pollard will have been cut back and shaped from a young age to encourage a naturally dense upper structure, however, there are numerous ways to carry out this procedure if this hasn’t been the case.
During your initial consultation, we will recommend the techniques which we feel are most suitable to your tree whilst also advising on an aftercare and future maintenance plan.
Guildford Tree Surgeons most commonly provide tree pollarding in Guildford and its surrounding towns and villages including Woking, Godalming, Milford, Bramley, Shamley Green, Chilworth, Albury, Shere, West Clandon, Send, Sutton Green, Mayford, Jacobs Wells, Worplesdon, Fairlands, Normandy, Wanborough, Seale, Farnham, Compton and Milford to name just a few.
But we’re also able and willing to provide our tree pollarding services throughout Surrey, Hampshire, Berkshire, West Sussex, London or in any location across the southeast.
For more information on the areas we cover, the services we provide or to arrange for a free, no-obligation consultation, get in touch with a member of the team today by calling 01483 910361 or by clicking the link below.