We are committed to delivering fantastic value for money and carry out all our duties with an acute awareness of our environmental responsibility.
During our years as a professional tree service provider we have encountered all possible aspects of tree care and garden maintenance. Moreover in order to uphold our high quality standards, we have continually invested in the latest equipment and techniques to keep our service efficient, affordable and cutting edge.
Our extensive range of tree services includes:
- Crown lifting and crown reduction
- Felling and lopping
- Hedge cutting and planting
- Planting and pruning
- Thinning and topping
- Tree reductions
- Stump grinding and stump removal
- Site Clearance
- Target Pruning and Reshaping
We also offer these related tree services:
- Supply seasoned hard wood logs and wood chippings
- Dangerous tree removal
- Emergency response
- Forestry work
- We strictly adhere to the guidelines provided by The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme regarding safe working procedures.
It’s all in the details.
- Dismantling/Felling We have expertise in dismantling and removing in their entirety, unsuitable, unhealthy and large hazardous/dangerous trees in confined spaces. We were pioneers in the use of cranes to dismantle large trees, which is a safe and cost effective method of working.
- Formative Pruning – the purpose of formative pruning is to help the young tree to develop into a strong and well shaped tree. The structure of the tree can be improved by selective branch removal to ensure strong branch attachments and a good crown structure.
- Crown Lifting – is the removal of the lowest branches of the canopy. There are many reasons for crown lifting, for example to bring more light and provide clearance for pedestrians, vehicles, buildings, signage and views. To avoid lack of balance after crown lifting the crown should be at least 2/3 of the total height of the tree.
- Crown Cleaning – is the removal or shortening of dead, dying, diseased, crossing, crowded, weakly attached and sometimes low vigour branches. This is necessary where trees overhang areas used regularly by people, to reduce risk and to improve the appearance of a tree.
- Crown Thinning – is the removal of a small portion of secondary and small live branches. It should produce a uniform density of foliage around an evenly spaced branch structure. It is usually confined to broad leaved species and does not influence the size or shape of the tree. Crown thinning may be used to allow more light to pass through the tree, reduce wind resistance or to lessen the weight of heavy branches.
- Crown Reduction – is the reduction in volume and size of a tree’s crown, achieved by pruning back limbs to suitably selected side branches, whilst maintaining its natural shape as far as is practicable. It is useful for maintaining large trees in confined spaces or for reducing the stress from a weakened main stem.
- Crown Restoration – is used on valuable old trees that have lost their natural form and structure through storm damage, topping, dieback or disease. The purpose is to build a new crown on healthy, stable main branches. Damaged or dead branches are cut to healthy wood.
- Pollarding – is a method whereby branches are pruned back to the same point every one to three years. Pollard heads are formed at the end of all branches. Pollarding must be started when trees are young.