Tree pruning is the removal or reduction of parts of the tree whether they be diseased, dying, potentially dangerous, or simply healthy branches that are removed for cosmetic reasons.
Occasionally, it is necessary to completely remove a tree or section, usually referred to as ‘felling’.
A stump is often left sticking above ground level when a tree is removed.
Dead branches on a tree can indicate disease, damage or old age, and may attract insects or decay organisms. The removal of dead branches, known as dead wooding, tidies the appearance of a tree, and prevents those branches from unexpectedly falling on a house or a person.
Hedge Trimming / Cutting
A hedge is created by growing a series of plants closely together and trimming them regularly to stimulate growth and maintain a particular shape, and is often used as a living fence or boundary.
We can help tidy and maintain your existing hedge or provide advice about how to establish a new one.
Replacing a tree is often a condition of consent when a tree is removed that was subject to a tree preservation order (TPO) or was within a conservation area (CA).
Our professional arborists are trained in planting various size trees from whips for hedging to individual heavy standard trees.