The Felling and Removal of Trees
It may be necessary to cut down trees infected with diseases. Our tree surgeons will inspect the site before any cuts are made to ensure the tree lands where it should. In addition to their hefty weight, trees require considerable skill due to their weight and unpredictable nature
Dismantling Trees in Sections
In areas with limited space, trees that can’t be felled in one piece are not practical. As soon as we have analyzed the tree, we will climb it and take it apart, branch by branch. When there is local property or another tree or hazard, this is a slow and methodical process. If your tree is located near your house, our team will dismantle it section by section.
The majority of a tree’s branches and leaves are found near the crown. Trees will prevent sunlight from entering your home if they are not trimmed. In lieu of cutting down a tree, its lower branches can be removed and its balance restored. Tree health will be improved by preserving the natural appearance.
It is possible to lower the density of a tree by taking branches out of the crown. It makes them appear more natural to thin the trees as more light is allowed to penetrate. Thin trees also reduce the trees’ wind resistance. The more branches there are on a tree, the more likely it is to topple. They’re like sails on a boat; the more there are, the more likely it is to blow over.
Reducing the Tree Crown
As opposed to crown raising, this technique involves removing branches from inside the tree to limit its height. During this process, one of our expert tree surgeons will remove the branches and foliage from inside the tree. Despite maintaining its natural shape, this reduction of size causes the tree to appear smaller.