Tree Surgeon Eamont Bridge

Tree Surgeon Eamont Bridge
Commercial & Residential Tree Services

Fully Qualified Tree Removal & Pruning Contractor throughout Cumbria

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Arboricultural services for residential and commercial clients

If you take after a number of people in Eamont Bridge then you will likely have perhaps one or a many trees in your garden. Trees much like the flowers in your garden require looking after or they can not just become unattractive but they might also become life-threatening.

While you could do a number of jobs with your pruners and a saw, the majority of the jobs are recommended entrusted to trained and knowledgable tree surgeons.

The Eamont Bridge tree surgeon specialists that we work with can deliver not just tree removal but a range of tree cutting professional services including Tree Disassembling & Tree Felling, Developmental Trimming, Crown Reduction & Reshaping, Stump Grinding & Stump Removal  as well as trimming hedges which will assist you with looking after and improving the charm of your property.

A number also have a 24 Hr emergency tree surgeon service across the Eamont Bridge area, for if your tree has fallen over or you are uncertain of its overall health condition shortly after a windstorm.

If they can help make the tree safe and secure by removing any fractured or broken limbs and reinforcing the tree’s trunk then they will do so. If they’re not able to make it safe then the tree surgeon will plan for a safe tree dismantling and removal as quickly as is practical.

They are also able to give you advice on some of the most useful practices for looking after the general appearance and health of your trees.

So whether you are checking out tree felling and tree removal, getting crown reduction and reshaping done, want your tree inspected for storm damage or diseases, a stump grinding or removed then phone any of our Eamont Bridge tree surgery contractors now.

Sometimes a tree gets to a stage where trimming and pruning it really are no longer adequate and it does not fit in with your landscaping or it becomes vital to have it taken down before it brings about unknown damage to your property or wounds somebody.

Our tree surgeons specialists offer a 24 hour emergency tree removal service for when you find that your tree has been severely damaged in a storm.

Well before going down the tree felling and tree removal course one of our tree surgeons will first off check the tree for any splits, cracked limbs and any other gale damage.

If it is practical our team will repair the tree and remove any broken or cracked limbs making the tree safe again.

When the tree has collapsed or is irreparable then our team will safely remove the tree for you.

Our tree surgeons are specialists in the correct dismantling of dangerous, cumbersome and, big trees within confined areas. They are experienced in removing trees from difficult locations and can manoeuvre through tight spaces.

A variety of tree removal methods can be employed including sectional dismantling, directional felling, specialist winch operations or the use of cranes. It all depends on the available space as to which method they will use.

Tree Felling

This is where the tree’s base is cut and then the tree falls in a controlled way. This method of removing a tree is best used when there is no risk that it will cause any damage to people or property. But, large trees may not be able to be felled in this way due to the amount of space required to fell a tree.

Tree Dismantling

This technique is often used in places where there is not a lot of space. Everything must be guided down to prevent any damage to property or people being injured. This is a skilled job that involves removing trees in sections. Start at the top of the tree and cut into manageable sections. Then, safely and under control, the tree is lowered to ground using lowering ropes and/or slings. In some cases, a crane may be used.

The tree surgeons that we work with are extremely skilled in manoeuvring through tight spaces. They also use the most up-to-date rigging techniques to remove the trees safely from your garden.

To prevent the the tree falling in the wrong direction, they always use ropes and slings. They may also use wedges to stop it from going the other way.

It doesn’t matter if your tree was felled for landscaping purposes, storm damage, or infection. If the arborists who fell the tree didn’t offer stump removal, then it is difficult to get rid of the remaining stump.

You should not attempt to remove old stumps from your property without consulting a professional tree surgeon. They will have all the tools necessary to make it a simple and straightforward task.

Stump Removal involves the removal of an old tree stump. This is usually done to a depth of 150mm to 300mm. Any lateral roots belonging to the tree are also removed.

Specialist stump grinding equipment is used to remove the stump and leave the surrounding area unaffected. A stump grinder consists of a machine with carbine-tipped tooth attachments attached to a large rotating wheels. The teeth are attached in different angles all around the wheel.

The stump will be removed and the hole left behind will be filled with soil or other grinding waste.

Tree Protection Orders (TPO's) And Tree Conservation Orders

Around the UK a number of trees are protected. Trees that have a trunk size greater than 75mm at a trunk height of 1.5 metres are usually included in the complete conservation area cover. Trees will need to be reviewed to see if they’re susceptible to a Tree Preservation Order (TPO) or if they are in a Conservation Area by consulting with your local area authority prior to organising any sort of work. Our staff can help with the inspections and requests for work.

Crown Reshaping And Reduction

Is simply a treatment which results in a general reduction in the spread and/or height of the crown of the tree through a comprehensive trimming of twigs and/or branches, whilst preserving the basic arrangement of the tree’s crown.

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