Tree care and maintenance in domestic, public and commercial premises throughout the East Midlands
As a company we specialise in all aspects of tree surgery, we take pride in what we do and can ensure an excellent standard of work conforming to BS3998 (British Standard for Tree Work).
Our staff are trained, qualified and competent, also we are fully insured up to 5 million pounds.
Free quotation and we check the trees for any tree preservation orders (T.P.O) on your behalf if required.
What we specialise in:
The removal of a tree, whether its felled or taken down using dismantling techniques. a tree is dismantled when certain obstacles are below or to reduce ground impaction.
- Crown Lifting
Crown lifting is the removal of the lowest branches. Crown lifting is an effective method of increasing light to areas closer to the tree or to enable access under the crown i.e footpaths and roads.
- Crown Reduction
The reduction in height or spread of the crown of a tree. Crown reduction may be used to reduce mechanical stress on individual branches or the whole tree, make the tree more suited to its immediate environment or to reduce the effects of shading and light loss, etc.
- Crown Thinning
Crown thinning is the removal of a portion of smaller/tertiary branches, usually at the outer crown. Crown thinning does not alter the overall size or shape of the tree. Common reasons for crown thinning are to allow more light to pass through the tree, reduce wind resistance, reduce weight
- Crown Cleaning
The removal of dead, dying and diseased branches, also branches that are crossing causing wounds which may result in diseases or deformities. the removal of epicormic growth off the stem and limbs
The initial removal of the top of a young tree at a prescribed height to encourage multistem branching from that point. Once started, it should be repeated on a cyclical basis always retaining the initial pollard point.
- Stump removal/stump treatment
Grinding out a stump from a previous hedge or tree, or applying eco plugs (Chemical treatment) to prevent re generation
- Site/garden clearance
The removal of scrub and trees from a site/garden to prepare for design or planning sites.
- Hedge cutting
The shaping of a hedge
- Tree planting
Planting of trees/hedges
- Weed control
Applying herbicide to trees, lawns or land.
- Mowing and strimming
- Tree Surveys