Occasionally tree removal will need to be undertaken. This can be for a number of reasons. In the interests of conservation a diseased tree may have to be removed to ensure neighbouring trees do not also become infected. Other reasons for tree removal include, safety (to people and property) i.e. if a tree is in a state of decay or in a weakened condition, or if the tree is in an unsuitable area affecting planning applications and construction projects.
Tree Removal in a restricted area will normally require the tree to be climbed and dismantled in sections. Other times when space, safety and the trees form allows, a tree may be felled in the traditional forestry sense of the term, by bringing the tree to ground using practiced methods to ensure a safe, controlled and calculated fell.
Please see our Testimonials and Gallery pages for information and images on some of the Tree Removals that we have undertaken over the Years. They vary from Large Oak fells in relatively open space, when the Customer required large straight sections to make Oak Flooring and Fire Place Mantles, through to Confined Tree Removals in Postage Stamp rear Gardens in London.