We offer a free consultation to discuss with you all possible solutions for any trees you have concerns about.
Occasionally there is no option other than to remove potentially dangerous or infected trees. There are two main methods of tree removal.
Tree felling is the process of cutting a tree at the base and letting the whole tree fall to the ground, if this is suitable for the surrounding environment.
Where felling the tree is not suitable, due to surrounding structures and plantings for example, it is necessary to climb the tree and dismantle it in sections. First the branches are removed from the trunk, then the trunk itself is cut into sections and removed. Rigging is used to lower the removed material to the ground to ensure safety and prevent damage.
Once the tree is removed, there will be a stump remaining within the ground. This can then be ground out using our specialist stump grinding equipment, see our stump removal page.