or dismantling in sections, trees which are unsafe
or unsuitable for their location.
Making trees safer by removing dead, damaged or
the crown of the tree to allow more light to filter
through the canopy.
lifting the canopy of the tree, to conform to current
height clearances above highways or pavements, or
to improve light levels or visibility.
Pruning branches back from buildings, boundaries,
road signs, street or outside lights.
Maintenance of newly planted trees, to ensure the
tree grows well from its early days.
Mature tree maintenance, by inspection from the
ground or in the tree, bracing the tree if necessary,
appropriate pruning or crown renovation.
Maintenance of broad-leaved or evergreen hedges:
trimming; reducing; renovating old hedges or removing
Thinning groups or trees to provide more space for
the growth of the better specimens.
Recognizing tree hazards, such as fungal/bacterial
infections causing the tree to be unsafe, linear
cracking of limbs or branches or root damage.
Planting: advice on the species, quantity and size
of trees required. Their supply and planting, a
lot of future expense and problems can be prevented
by planting the right tree in the right place.
Maintenance or removal of tall hedges.
Trimming back or removal of climbers like ivy, honeysuckle and clematis.
If you need any tree services - pruning, reshaping or felling - or just want some advice, please give me a call on the number below - or email me.
Jonathan Foster - 01937 584327 - email : firstname.lastname@example.org