Tree Surgeons For The North West Of England
Our tree surgeons have safely and efficiently removed many trees of all shapes and sizes over the years.
We are able to both remove (cut down) and dispose of a large number of trees from any site or premises, usually in one visit. Our wood chippers “chip down” the tree(s) limbs into smaller pieces of wood; some clients that like to keep these smaller pieces of wood for either landscaping purposes in their gardens or for other gardening use.
We are able to remove small trees to another location or completely remove the tree by cutting it down. Either way, the intention of tree removal is to remove the tree from it’s current location.
Trees are a valuable resource that we all want to preserve, however, like all things, trees have a life expectancy. Sometimes a tree with a problem cannot be fixed by pruning and trimming or any other tree surgery and becomes a hinderance to your garden. As such, it will need to be removed from the property.
Our highly experienced and qualified tree surgeons have a passion for tree care, tree felling and removal, all other tree surgery jobs, landscaping and garden maintenance.
Tree removal services are essential tasks performed by trained and experienced tree surgeons to address various situations where tree removal is necessary.
A primary reason for tree removal is when a tree poses a safety risk. This can be due to a tree being diseased, damaged, or weakened by storms, pests, or age. Such trees may have compromised structural integrity and could potentially fall, leading to property damage, injuries, or even fatalities.
Trees affected by severe diseases or infestations may not be treatable and can spread the problem to other nearby trees. Removing the infected tree can prevent the spread of the disease and protect the overall health of the tree population in the area.
Sometimes, trees may grow in inconvenient locations, obstructing power lines, pathways, driveways, or obstructing views. Removing these trees can improve visibility and prevent potential hazards.
In densely wooded areas or urban settings, trees may grow too close together, leading to competition for resources like sunlight, water, and nutrients. Removing certain trees can allow healthier trees to flourish and provide better overall tree health.
Trees with abnormal growth patterns, such as leaning excessively or having multiple trunks, can become unstable over time. In such cases, removal might be necessary to avoid potential accidents.
When constructing new buildings or expanding existing structures, trees in the construction area may need to be removed to make space for the development.
Dead trees are not only unsightly but can also become a safety hazard as they become more brittle and prone to falling.
However, a dead tree is great for bats and woodpeckers, they love them. And will eat plenty of things like mosquitos and other insects that are bad for your other plants and trees.
In some cases, tree roots can cause damage to nearby structures like buildings, sidewalks, or underground utilities. Removing the tree may be necessary to prevent further damage.
Trees that have been severely damaged or uprooted during storms or other natural disasters might need immediate removal to clear roads, restore services, and prevent further risks.
Eliminating hazardous trees reduces the risk of property damage and personal injuries caused by falling branches or entire trees.
Removing diseased, damaged, or unsightly trees can improve the overall appearance and curb appeal of the property.
Removing overcrowded or diseased trees allows the remaining trees to have better access to essential resources, promoting their growth and health.
Eliminating trees affected by diseases or pests helps contain the problem and prevents it from spreading to other nearby trees.
Removing trees in strategic locations can create space for construction, landscaping, or other development purposes.
Preventing tree roots from causing damage to underground utilities and nearby structures saves repair costs.
It’s important to note that tree removal is not always the first option considered by tree surgeons. Whenever possible, they will try to explore alternatives like pruning, cabling, or bracing to preserve the tree’s health and structural integrity. However, in situations where removal is unavoidable, it is crucial to have the task carried out by trained and experienced professionals to ensure safety and proper execution.