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Professional Tree Crown Thinning Great Wakering
Tree crown thinning helps to boost light and air flow through the branches of a tree which are known to enhance health and strength. It also improves visibility within the tree. This makes it easier to spot signs of disease or decay and to identify any dangerous branches that are likely to fall and injure someone or cause damage to property.
Why choose TH Trees Ltd for Crown Thinning in Great Wakering?
For more than a decade and a half, homeowners, estate managers, business owners, local authorities, landlords and housing associations have depended upon our expertise in tree crown thinning Great Wakering wide and throughout Essex.
Thanks to our TEN different N.P.T.C. qualifications in numerous aspects of arboriculture, plus our TWO LANTRA qualifications, our customers know they can rely on our highly qualified status and knowledge in the safe and effective undertaking of tree care tasks at height, including tree crown thinning.
Another reason to trust TH Trees is that we are Trading Standards, local authority and Safe4Site Gold approved. We work diligently to British Standard BS 3998 2010 and in line with all relevant legislation including the Work at Height Regulations, the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act and the Manual Handling Operations. Our health and safety record is totally untarnished and we hold £5 million liability insurance.
We always recommend customers carefully check the qualifications and insurance of any tree surgeon they use and make certain they are relevant to the work being undertaken. The alternative is to risk expensive issues should an insurance claim need to be made.
Tree Crown Thinning Great Wakering: All Species Covered
Our Great Wakering tree crown thinning service is suitable for all species and sizes of trees.
Whether your trees are located on public or commercial land; in a residential or formal garden or somewhere hazardous such as near to water or overhead cables, TH Trees Ltd can handle everything safely.
Our in-depth knowledge of the correct timing and methods needed for tree crown thinning Great Wakering wide means you will have total peace of mind that your tree will be left healthy and attractive.
We deal with all tree species, including:
- Oak – including the English or common oak, sessile oak and holm oak. Our team has the qualifications and knowhow to tackle oak trees of great height.
- Willow – including the weeping willow, crack willow and white willow. Even if your willow tree is overhanging a body of water, we will be able to take care of it safely.
- Ash – whilst carrying out ash tree crown thinning we will be on the lookout for ash dieback. This is a common and sometimes fatal disease affecting British ash trees. Should we detect a problem of this nature, we have the expertise to formulate a treatment plan.
- Fruit trees – the likes of pear, plum, cherry and apple trees need to be regularly pruned in a particular way. This assists them in forming a robust branch structure to support their heavy fruit crops. Light crown thinning for taller, bushier fruit trees is often a good plan and our experts will confirm once they have completed their full assessment of your tree.
- Conifers and pines – yew, cedar and Leyland cypress, including those that reached a staggering 100 metres, are no problem when it comes to our experience, knowledge and specialist state-of-the-art equipment.
- Eucalyptus – we’ll deal with all types of eucalyptus tree of any height or size, including the cider gum tree which is a popular species found along the coastline of Essex.
- Beech trees – regular beech tree pruning helps promote year-round leaf retention which is especially useful if your beech tree is used as privacy hedging.
- Other deciduous and evergreen trees – we regularly undertake tree crown thinning Great Wakering wide on silver birch trees, hornbeam trees, elder trees, lime trees, elm trees, maple trees, sycamore trees, rowan trees, elm trees, whitebeam trees, spindle trees and aspen trees. In short, whatever the species of tree you have growing on your land, we can take care of its crown thinning.
Need to identify a tree on your land? Our Tree ID pages should prove helpful.
What diseases do trees in Great Wakering commonly suffer from?
All the tree crown thinning we carry out in Great Wakering includes a professional analysis of the tree for disease or decay. This is a vital process which helps us identify any potential weakness early on that could lead to serious problems in the future.
Some of the more prevalent tree diseases include ash dieback, chestnut blight, Dutch elm disease and oak decline. There are lots more however that are not widely publicised but that still pose a major risk to UK trees. Doing whatever we can to spot them and treat them early is an important action that we can all help with.
A very important part of our service is spotting and treating diseases, fungi and pest infestations. If you are worried that your tree may be diseased or infested, have a read of our guide to common tree diseases and pests. If you have identified something you are particularly concerned about, give us a call and we’ll come and take a look as a matter of urgency.
When is the optimum time for tree crown thinning in Great Wakering?
Tree crown thinning is best avoided during the following times:
The active growing season: This usually runs from late spring to early winter. Cutting a tree during this time will cause it to bleed sap which attracts bugs and disease. Any urgent work needed to make a tree safe or treat disease can go ahead, but only under professional guidance.
It is important to note that the growing seasons for the different species of trees vary. Our news and tree ID pages provide helpful guidance on the optimum time to prune your particular tree, or you can contact us for tailored advice.
The bird nesting season: Between February and August birds will usually be nesting in trees. It is therefore not allowed to undertake any sort of tree work, again unless it is a genuine emergency. There are laws protecting nesting birds and it is always a good idea to check for active nests outside of the official nesting season so as not to disturb the birds.
You will also need to consult the local authority TPO register if your tree is protected by a Tree Preservation Order (TPO). If it is then the amount of crown thinning permitted will be limited and permission will be required from your local authority to go ahead with the work. This can take up to eight weeks to be given.
For Expert Tree Crown Thinning Great Wakering wide, Choose TH Trees Ltd
At TH Trees Ltd we have been specialising in tree crown thinning Great Wakering wide for over 15 years. This, combined with our extensive list of qualifications and widely respected reputation means we are in the best position to take care of all your Great Wakering tree crown thinning requirements.
For a free consultation and friendly advice from a qualified Great Wakering tree crown thinning expert, call TH Trees Ltd on 01268 642 814.
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