Dead Wood Pruning Bowers Gifford, Fobbing, Corringham, Stanford le Hope & Linford
Dead wood sounds worrying, but in actual fact it is a natural part of the growth cycle of a tree. Any tree can produce dead wood but it needs to be kept in check, otherwise it could fall unexpectedly and cause injury or damage. If you do not have dead wood removed from your trees and this happens, you will find yourself liable, and without proof that you’ve had the experts in to take care of the tree, you won’t be able to claim on any insurance policy.
Therefore across Bowers Gifford dead wood pruning is an essential service. Here at T.H. Tree Services we are regularly engaged by local authorities, home owners and land owners who trust us for our quality of service.
Why Choose T.H. Tree Services for Dead Wood Pruning in Stanford le Hope?
You may like to know why you should choose our service. One good reason is that we are LANTRA qualified tree surgeons. This is a very important qualification and shows our expertise in arboriculture. Another reason is that we are Trading Standards and local authority approved. We are also British Standards compliant. Our liability insurance is comprehensive, although it has never been claimed upon thanks to our clean track record in health and safety. Every Linford, Fobbing and Corringham dead wood pruning project we undertake starts with a thorough risk assessment.
Corringham Dead Wood Pruning Explained
When we carry out dead wood pruning Corringham householders or land managers will see us carrying out an evaluation of the tree. This allows us to locate the dead wood and investigate the reason for it. We need to do this as sometimes dead wood can be a result of disease, decay or damage. One we know what we are dealing with we will provide you with a quote to resolve the issue.
Most of the time though the dead wood has simply occurred naturally and if this is the case then we will get straight on and remove it.
Price wise you will find costs vary due to obstacles such as overhead power lines or outbuildings. If access is restricted then we may need to bring in extra manpower or specialist equipment. Also the species of the tree will have an effect on the price as hardwood trees can be more difficult to deal with than softwood. But don’t worry as because you are dealing with a Trading Standards approved company, you will always pay a price that is fair for the work involved, and we will always be able to find a solution to tackle any obstacles.