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Emergency Tree Work Grays
Tree emergency? Call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year on 01268 642 814. We offer an urgent response service for all emergency tree work Grays wide.
Storm damaged trees? Fallen trees or branches posing a risk? Whether your trees have been affected by the weather, or are diseased or decayed, you can hand over the issue directly to our N.P.T.C. and LANTRA qualified, Trading Standards approved experts with total peace of mind that your call will be given the highest priority.
Tree Emergencies in Grays
A tree emergency is anything that results in an impending hazard, blocked access or potential harm to the health of a tree:
- Symptoms of disease such as ash dieback, Dutch elm disease or oak decline
- Fallen and falling trees blocking access ways, footpaths or the public highway
- Trees fallen during a storm or following high winds
- Partially fallen trees posing a risk to property or passers by
- Heavy loose branches that look like they may fall onto public land or property
- Trees that have started to grow dangerously close to overhead cables
- Diseased or decayed trees threatening to shed branches or fall at any moment
Urgent Response for all Emergency Tree Work Grays Wide
We have over our 15 years in the tree care industry developed extensive, in-depth experience and an ability to think on the spot and come up with solutions to the most complex of problems.
In addition, we have the resources at hand to deploy immediately. All urgent work is prioritised without question.
When we arrive at a tree emergency call-out, the first thing we do is analyse the risks. We have been conducting health and safety risk assessments Grays wide for more than 15 years and have therefore become well versed in making swift assessments of the risks posed by any job, and then devising practical solutions to resolve them safely.
At all times our core priority is to safeguard the public and everyone else on site. We are also mindful of ensuring the safety of property such as buildings and vehicles.
As soon as we have secured the main hazards, we will conduct a professional assessment of the tree and then decide upon the most appropriate course of action. Where required we will summon assistance in the shape of heavy lifting machinery and transport so that we can safely remove any tree that is blocking access. We appreciate the importance of working swiftly so that any disruption to traffic or pedestrians is kept to a minimum.
Where it is called for, we will carry out remedial work on trees that have not fallen but have been damaged. Sometimes we will remove branches, other times where there is no alternative we may suggest the removal of the tree altogether.
Before we vacate the site we will undertake a full inspection of the tree to make sure it is safe and healthy. Our in-depth knowledge as qualified tree surgeons allows us to identify symptoms of disease. This is important as it could have been disease that caused weakness in the tree in the first place.
Emergency Tree Work Grays: All Species of Trees Covered
We are able to deal with all species of trees as part of our emergency tree work. Grays wide we work with all the most common species found across the UK, including the following:
Oak Trees: Including the English or common oak, the sessile oak and the holm oak. Even though the oak can grow up to 40 metres in height and can be something of a challenge to deal with should it be taken down by high winds, it still poses no issue for our experts when it comes to safely removing an oak tree in an emergency situation.
Willow Trees: Willow trees have cascading, hanging canopies and are often situated close to water, being their preferential home. Our specialists along with their state of the art equipment will often be engaged in an emergency to deal with storm damaged or fallen willow trees Grays wide.
Conifer Trees: The likes of yew and Leylandii are well known to grow to soaring heights of up to 100 metres, and the cedar tree is renowned for its multiple trunks. Not a problem for skilled tree surgeons though who regularly handle trees of great heights that have fallen onto the public highway or overhead power cables.
Eucalyptus Trees: These trees are known to regularly shed bark and branches naturally and this will be increased significantly during storms or high winds. We are often called to attend emergency situations where partially felled eucalyptus trees are posing a threat. In many cases we will hard prune the tree to ensure its safety. Sometimes it may need removing altogether depending on the level of damage sustained.
Fruit Trees: Fruit trees such as cherry, plum, apple and pear can be prone to storm damage if they have not been regularly pruned to form a strong framework to support the fruit crops. Most fruit tree owners ask us to do whatever we can to save the tree if it has been damaged and, as qualified tree surgeons, this will of course be our priority. If we can preserve the tree and ensure it is safe and healthy, rest assured we will certainly do so.
Silver Birch Trees: Even though they will usually grow up to 30 metres in height and set down deep-seated roots, we can safely handle any emergency situation involving a silver birch tree.
Ash Trees: The ash tree can live a long life of 400 years and will usually reach around 35 metre in heights. Ash trees are convivial beings so you will often find them growing together to form domed canopies. What this means in an emergency situation following a storm or high winds is that we will need to deal with more than one ash tree. No problem though as it’s something we regularly come across.
Pine Trees: Pine trees can reach heights of 35 metres and if they are not regularly pruned they are likely to become dangerous in high winds, often being felled and sometimes falling onto power lines or the public highway. If you are in such a situation then we will respond immediately.
Common diseases affecting trees in Grays
When we undertake emergency tree work Grays wide, a vital element of our work is to assess the tree for any signs of disease or decay that may have resulted in the branches weakening or the tree falling. We will also look out for anything that could be affecting the tree’s health.
Some species of trees are more prone to disease, fungi and pest infestations than others. You have probably heard about many of the common tree diseases such as ash dieback, chestnut blight, Dutch elm disease and oak decline. The list of common diseases and pests however is sadly a lot longer than this.
If you are worried that your tree could be suffering from disease or could be infested, our guide to common tree diseases and pests should prove useful. If you have any particular concerns about your tree be sure to contact us without delay for individual advice.
For an immediate response to all emergency tree work Grays wide, call T.H. Tree Services on 01268 642 814, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. We are Trading Standards and local authority approved fully qualified tree surgeons.
Polite, professional and tidy.The team were punctual, very polite, kept me well informed of what they were doing, anything I asked them wasn’t an inconvenience.Service with a smile and the tidy up job was fantastic too.I would certainly recommend TH Tree services and happily use them again.
Hi Mrs Easton, thank you for leaving a lovely review. The team are really pleased they come across professional and friendly.
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