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Hiring a tradesman for crown reduction or thinning
Reducing or thinning the crown of a tree may seem simple, but it can be a highly dangerous job. Hiring a professional not only gives a guarantee of a job well done but also ensures that the job is done safely and in line with regulations. Plentific offers a service that can quickly generate a list of the best tradesmen in your local area that offer the expertise your job requires. You will also be given quick access to customer ratings and reviews for each of your potential choices to help you compare their professionalism and the quality of their work. Best of all, each and every job booked via Plentific will be covered by the Plentific Guarantee.
What do you need to know about crown reduction or thinning?
Reducing or thinning a crowd is a very common practice for the maintenance of mature trees, whether as an aesthetic choice or for safety. It is important to hire a qualified tree surgeon for jobs such as this, as they will be used to the work as well as the safety measures involved. Remember, work like this is regulated for a reason! They will also be able to advise you on proper maintenance of the tree itself. The cost of having a crown reduced or thinned will vary, with factors like ease of access to the site, proximity to utilities or buildings and the size of the tree itself all contributing to your quote. Getting a quote is usually free, so be sure to collect several to compare. Remember to ask for a price breakdown, as this may highlight some jobs you can do yourself to save money, such as disposing of waste. Tree surgery is a dangerous profession, so make sure that your choice is adequately qualified and experienced for the job. They should also be covered for accidental damage and liabilities.