Dead Wood Pruning Gidea Park, Harold Wood & Harold Hill
We have always found that throughout Gidea Park dead wood pruning is an essential service that is popular amongst people who are unsure of the safety of their trees. Trees require dead wood pruning on a regular basis for a number of reasons.
Why Dead Wood Pruning is Vital
Dead wood is a natural part of a tree’s growth cycle. It makes way for healthy new branches. It is vital though to remove dead wood on a regular basis because otherwise it could fall during high winds or storms and cause costly issues such as property damage or personal injury. Concerning insurance for such potential claims, you will only find your claim will be valid if you can prove your trees have been professionally maintained, and this includes dead wood pruning.
Why Hire T.H. Tree Services for Dead Wood Pruning Harold Wood Wide?
We are members of the Trading Standards Buy with Confidence scheme. This means that homeowners, landowners or local authorities using us for dead wood pruning Harold Wood and Gidea Park wide have total peace of mind that our prices are fair and our service levels are the highest possible.
What is more, we have a decade of experience and a host of qualifications in an array of skills. This long term experience lets us spot any potential issues, for example we can tell if a tree is suffering from disease or decay and then go ahead and deal with it in the right way.
The following is an at-a-glance guide to the benefits of using T.H. Tree Services for dead wood pruning Gidea Park, Harold Wood and Harold Hill wide:
- A decade of experience
- Trading Standards Buy with Confidence Scheme members
- LANTRA and City & Guilds qualified tree surgeons
- Work to British Standards
- Full liability insurance that has never been claimed upon
- A clean health and safety record
Gidea Park Dead Wood Pruning: What are the Costs Involved?
Dead wood pruning Gidea Park and Harold Wood wide will differ cost wise for numerous reasons. For example, hardwood can take a bit more effort to deal with than softwood. And occasionally we may need to bring in additional manpower or specialist equipment such as elevated work platforms to tackle obstacles like overhead power cables, telephone lines, outbuildings, walls, fences or neighbouring properties. We will always advise you in advance of starting work whether there will be additional costs so everything is clear and fair.