In general terms, we would usually recommend treatment or repair of any tree, but there are occasions when the damage is too far gone. Our team of experts will examine the tree in question, and offer practical advice for saving it, wherever possible.
In such circumstances, we would always recommend tree removal, particularly if there is a chance that it a risk to buildings or people.
This is carried out using hi-tech absorbing ropes which allow stems to move but are secured by one or more lines. This is usually carried out on multi stem trees.
Once we know the tree is stable and is not going to accidentally damage anything or injure anybody, our team of tree surgeons will set about felling it. Where possible, we will do this all in one go, with a directional felling cut. If the surroundings are tight, or the tree is backed into a nearby wall, for instance, we will do the job in sections. This is more time-consuming, but minimises the risk of damage and injury.
With the main body of the tree removed, it leaves only the stump. We find the best way to dispose of unwanted tree stumps is with a high-powered stump grinder that will reduce it to mulch in mere moments, leaving the ground free for replanted, turfing, or whatever else you had in mind.
If you have a tree in need of removal, call us today at our Christchurch office on 01202 488 946, and one of our experts will arrange to come out and inspect it for you.
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