The process of taking down medium to large sized trees a piece at a time. This involves using ropes and spikes to climb the tree, then if needed, the use of ropes to lower the branches to the ground.
The process of removing the top canopy of the tree. This can be for the purpose of gaining more light to a property or to reduce the size of a tree that is becoming a concern (ie. overhead cables).
The removal of the lower branches of the tree to lift the height of the crown.
The process of removing selected branches (usually dead, weak, overlapping and duplicated branches) from the crown of the tree to improve the balance and struture of the tree.
The process of cutting the tree near the base and using wedges or winch to fell it in one complete piece. Once the tree is laying on the ground it is cut into sections for easier removal.
The removal of a stump that is left after cutting a tree down. Using a specialist machine the stump is ground down to leave the area clear for replanting or turfing.
The removal of green vegetation inlcuding trees and shrubs which have become overgrown, or are no longer wanted. All waste is removed from site.
The removal of climbing plants that have become a nuisance or overgrown, suffocating the object they are growing on causing a reduction in light to a property or damage to external brickwork.
As trees grow, they need more space. In some instances large numbers of trees can compete for space, light and nutrients. Woodland management involves removing some trees (thinning out) to allow those remaining to flourish.
Dangerous Tree Monitoring
Some trees can start to lean which causes concern about their stability. Using specialist monitoring equipment, any movement can be detected over a period of time, for complete peace of mind.
24 hour Emergency Service
24 hour call out for storm damage emergency tree work. Fully
equipped with generators/flood lights, hazard beacons and road signs - ready for work day or night.