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Residential and Commercial Contracting Tree Services
We are committed to providing friendly, customer focused contracting tree services to all our residential and commercial customers.
Should the trees be protected by a Tree preservation Order, or be growing within a Conservation Area, we will undertake the application process to the Local Authority on your behalf and if necessary, liaise with any affected neighbours.
In short, we are determined to provide an exceptional level of service and ensure that the whole process runs smoothly from start until completion.
Where the space allows the safest and quickest method of removing a tree is to “straight fell” it. This involves cutting the tree at ground level, using a series of cuts and where required winching techniques to ensure it falls in the desired direction.
Where space does not allow this, for instance in a confined situation, the tree can be removed by either using cranes, mobile elevated platforms or by climbing the tree using a rope and harness. All these options may also use various rigging techniques to lower the cut pieces to the ground.
Crown reduction is a pruning technique which involves cutting back all the branches by a prescribed length, to produce a balanced but smaller crown structure. This method is ideal where a tree is believed to be too large for its growing environment, but its retention is desirable. Some species of tree do not respond well to crown reduction, meaning that this method of pruning is not always appropriate.
Crown thinning involves the removal of smaller diameter branches from within the structure to produce a less dense crown and thus allowing more day light to pass through and so reduce the level of shading caused by a tree.
Crown lifting involves the removal of the lower branches to increase the height above ground level at which the crown starts. This technique is some time used in conjunction with crown thinning.
Crown cleaning involves the removal of weak and crossing branches as well all major deadwood from within the crown structure.
As the name suggest this is the removal of a stump, either left from a previous felling operation or from a failed tree. The normal method of removal is by using a stump grinder. This is a machine that grinds the stump into wood chip, which can then be left in situation or removed and replaced with top soil.
The supply of high-quality tree stock and subsequently planted in line with industry best practice. Where required we can provide an after-care service to help ensure the establishment of the planted tree.