First up a multi-stemmed Lime with 2 heavy limbs leaning out towards the customers workshop, these were removed and a slight reduction in height carried out on the remaining stems.
Trees with co-dominant stems like this are often more likely to loose large sections over the course of time. The cracks you can see between the limbs are where they have not properly joined together. In part due to the ascending nature of the trees growth, the limbs are pushing against each other as they increase in diameter year on year, forming included bark in the union and a potential weak point in the trees structure.
The next job was an overgrown hedge to knock back into shape
And finally an overgrown apple tree that needed a bit of attention
Having been a bit neglected this tree will need some more work doing to it over the next few years, as if you take too much off in one go you can over stress the tree resulting in more unwanted upward growth.
All in all not a bad days work.