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Tree Removal & Maintenance Service. Free Advice. 24/7 Call out.

We aim to offer clients the highest standards in tree work, equipping and training our teams to offer a complete range of arboriculture and forestry services. Delivered to you at cost effective prices.

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Our friendly team are professionally trained & highly skilled

Tree Surgery

All tree works have a lasting affect on the trees health and that's why we carry out all works in accordance with current British Standards BS 3998 (1989).

Documentation

We provide all our clients with a copy of our insurance documents before any works are started and can provide all risk assessments and method statements on request.

Stump Grinding

Stumps are often thought of being difficult to remove, we have serval specialist machines allowing us to grind the stump efficiently as possible.

Tree Surveys

We are able to carry out any tree surveys you may require:

Development site consultancy to BS 5837, Tree surveys and Inspections, Hazard Assessment, Qualified Tree Risk Assessment, Decay detection and mapping, Subsidence damage Consultancy, Insurance claims assessment, Legal advice, Home buyers Tree Reports, Disease Disorder and Management

We always ensure to leave your site as tidy as possible helping to take the stress away from you knowing you have a professional team working for you.

We also liaise with local authorities from planning through to implementation.

The state-of-the-art equipment is all our own and therefore additional hire costs are irrelevant, passing on considerable cost savings to our clients.

We carry full insurance of £5 million.

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Types of crown management

Crown Lifting

Crown Lifting

Crown lifting involves the pruning or removal of lower branches in order to increase clearance beneath the tree for pedestrians, vehicles, buildings, or to improve line-of-sight.... It can also be used to increase diffuse light levels beneath the canopy. Our specialist operatives will consider the requirement for space whilst minimising the number and size of wounds produced, taking care to avoid large pruning wounds being made on the main stem where possible, which would otherwise lead to decay issues in the future.

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Crown Reduction

Crown Reduction

Crown reduction pruning is often carried out to maintain or reduce a tree’s overall dimensions, usually where a tree has outgrown its available space.... Some trees respond better to pruning works than others and our specialist operatives will always consider the species of the tree and its suitability for pruning before providing advice and carrying out the works sympathetically, resulting in a natural appearance while maximising the time before pruning is needed again and minimising physiological stress. Crown reductions will also decrease canopy weight and wind-sail effect, which is highly beneficial for managing a tree with a significant structural defect.

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Crown Thinning

Crown Thinning

Crown thinning involves the selective removal of branches, evenly distributed throughout the canopy in order to achieve an even density of foliage..., primarily to increase light levels passing through the tree as well and reducing wind-sail effect. Our specialist operatives will always consider the species of the tree and its suitability for thinning before providing advice and carrying out the works sympathetically. Crown thinning is often a good alternative to crown reduction where an improved view of access to sunlight is desired, but the tree is too large to reduce to allow light to pass over the tree, instead allowing a pleasant dappled shade to pass through it.

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Reducing away from buildings

Reducing away from buildings

Similar in principle to a crown reduction, but focusing on pruning specific lateral branches either touching or within close proximity to adjacent buildings... in order to prevent branches brushing against or directly damaging buildings and property. Our specialist operatives will always consider the species of the tree and its suitability for pruning before providing advice and carrying out the works sympathetically, resulting in a natural appearance while maximising the time before pruning is needed again and minimising physiological stress.

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Our process

Hiring tradesmen can be a daunting task for anyone – that’s why we strive to make the process as easy as possible. We do not pressure anyone into work, we simply provide you with a free quote and visit where we can also advise or advise on alternative options of work.

At the site inspection we advise and consult with you to ensure the most appropriate service is suggested to achieve your requirements and keep the work within budget.

This is balanced with ensuring the health of the tree, aesthetics, conservation, health and safety, and legal requirements are also taken into consideration. We will liaise with local authorities on your behalf to complete any necessary Tree Preservation Order (TPO) applications.

Any questions – Just complete our quick contact form and we will call you back.