Dead Wood Pruning Cold Norton, Latchingdon & Althorne
Dead wood occurs as part of the natural growth cycle of a tree, but it must be removed on a regular basis. This is because it can fall out and damage property and cause personal injury, especially during times of high winds or storms.
Some insurance policies will pay out for such occurrences, but you will more often than not find that insurers will only pay out a claim if you can prove that you have been maintaining your trees professionally. Dead wood pruning Cold Norton, Latchingdon and Althorne wide, by a qualified tree surgeon, will support you in this respect.
Why Choose T.H. Tree Services for Dead Wood Pruning Cold Norton wide?
There are lots of good reasons why so many homeowners, commercial landowners and local authorities engage T.H. Tree Services for dead wood pruning Cold Norton, Latchingdon and Althorne wide. Firstly, we are members of the Trading Standards Buy with Confidence scheme. This is a stringently verified scheme that provides reassurance that fees will be fair and that the highest quality workmanship and service will be offered. We also offer a decade of experience as well as an array of official tree surgeon qualifications, including LANTRA and City & Guilds.
The following list sets out even more benefits of hiring T.H. Tree Services for dead wood pruning Cold Norton, Latchingdon and Althorne wide:
- Completely unblemished health and safety record
- British Standards accredited
- Full liability insurance that has never been claimed on
- Ongoing investment in training and cutting edge equipment
The Costs of Dead Wood Pruning Cold Norton
When working out your budget for dead wood pruning Cold Norton, Latchingdon and Althorne wide, consider the following:
- If your property has restricted access or there are obstructions present such as overhead power cables, walls, fences or outbuildings then we may need to hire equipment like elevated platforms. These will usually carry additional expense and we might also need to take on additional personnel or specialist machinery too.
- If your tree is hardwood it may be more difficult and take longer to prune than softwood, so the costs may be slightly higher.
Whatever the situation, rest assured we will advise you in advance if there are any additional costs, and that nothing mentioned above will hold us back from carrying out the job. Solution finding is what we do!