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If you take after a number of people in Bishopston then you will have probably one or several trees in your garden. Trees just like the flowers in your garden need taking care of or they may not only turn out unattractive but they can also be dangerous.

While you can do various jobs with your pruners and a saw, the majority of the tasks are best left to certified and experienced tree surgeons.

The Bishopston tree surgeon specialists that we work with are able to provide not only tree removal but also a range of tree cutting professional services including Tree Felling & Tree Disassembling, Developmental Pruning, Crown Reduction & Reshaping, Stump Removal & Stump Grinding  as well as trimming hedges which will assist you with managing and enhancing the look of your garden.

A number also provide a 24 hr emergency tree surgeon solution all over the Bishopston area, for if your tree has fallen over or you’re unsure of its overall health condition as a result of a windstorm.

If they can help make your tree secure by taking away any fractured or broken boughs and reinforcing the trunk then they’ll do so. If they are not able to make it safe then the tree surgeon will plan for a risk-free tree dismantling and removal as soon as is practical.

They can also give you advice on the most effective methods for preserving the general appearance and health of your garden trees.

So whether you’re looking at tree removal and tree felling, having crown reshaping and reduction done, want your tree inspected for diseases or storm damage, a stump removed or grinding then contact one of our Bishopston tree surgery contractors right away.

Often a tree reaches a stage where trimming and pruning it really are not adequate and it does not fit in with your garden design or it becomes essential to have it removed before it leads to unknown destruction to your property or wounds someone.

Our tree surgeons specialists deliver a 24-Hour emergency tree removal service for if you think your tree has been severely weakened in a gale.

Before going down the tree felling and tree removal course one of our tree surgeons will first check your tree for any cracked limbs, splits and any other storm damage.

If it’s practical we will repair the tree and prune any broken or cracked limbs to make your tree safe again.

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

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Tree Felling And Tree Disassembling

The tree surgeons with whom we work are specialists in the precise dismantling of difficult, hazardous and big trees within restricted places. They are experienced in removing trees from difficult locations and can manoeuvre through tight spaces.

A variety of tree removal methods may be used such as 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 can be cut at the base and it will then fall to the ground without any damage. This technique is only used when the risk that the tree could cause injury to anyone or damage property is very low. For large trees, however, this is often impossible due to the need for a lot of space for them to fall.

Tree Dismantling

This is useful to avoid any damage to property or persons, in areas where there is not a lot of space. It is difficult to dismantle trees in sections. Beginning at the top, the tree is cut into manageable pieces. Finally, it’s lowered safely to the ground using lowering ropes or slings. Sometimes, a crane is used.

The tree surgeons that we work with have the ability to navigate through tight spaces and can safely remove trees from your garden using the most recent rigging techniques.

To help prevent the fall going wrong, they will always use ropes and slings.

Stump Grinding & Stump Removal

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.

The professional tree surgeons will be able to remove the old tree stumps as they have all the tools necessary to make it a simple and straightforward task.

Stump removal is the process of removing the old stump from a tree to a specific depth. Usually, this is between 150mm to 300mm. Also, any lateral roots attached to the tree are removed at the same time.

This is done using stump grinding equipment that is specifically designed to remove the stump while preserving the surrounding landscape. 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.

Once the stump is removed, the remaining holes will be filled in with soil or ground material to keep the work minimally traceable.

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Tree Conservation Orders & Tree Protection Orders

Throughout the UK variety of trees are protected. Trees with a trunk size greater than 75mm with a trunk height of 1.5 metres are generally included in the complete conservation area cover. Trees definitely will have to be inspected to discover if they are susceptible to a Tree Preservation Order (TPO) or if the tree(s) are within a Conservation Area by seeking advice from your local authority before organising any sort of work. Our staff can assist with the inspections and requests for work.

Crown Reshaping And Reduction

Is a treatment which leads to a general reduction in the spread and/or height of the crown of your tree through a general trimming of twigs and/or branches, while at the same time preserving the basic arrangement of your tree’s crown.