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Thorpe Bay

Emergency Tree Work Thorpe Bay

Call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year on 01268 642 814

We offer an immediate response service for emergency tree work Thorpe Bay wide.

Whether your trees have sustained damaged during a storm, have been fully or partly felled after high winds or have suddenly started to display signs that they could be a hazard – such as becoming diseased or decayed – our qualified, experienced tree surgeons are always on hand to help.

What Constitutes a Tree Emergency?

A tree emergency could be any of the following incidents:

  • Trees felled during a storm or high winds
  • Partially fallen trees which are posing a threat to property, pedestrians or vehicles
  • Fallen and falling trees which are now blocking access routes, footpaths or public highways
  • Trees that are growing dangerously close to overhead power cables
  • Large loose branches which may fall at any time onto public land or property
  • Diseased or decayed trees that could shed branches or wood, or fall at any moment

An Instant Response to all Emergency Tree Work Thorpe Bay Wide

Our extensive capabilities are supported by the manpower and resources that we have on hand to deploy immediately in any emergency tree work situation. We will prioritise emergency work in all instances and can quickly free up our vast resources from other areas of Essex should they be required to urgently attend any tree emergency across Thorpe Bay.

What Happens in a Tree Emergency Situation?

Our first action is to assess the situation for hazards. We have been conducting health and safety risk assessments on sites throughout Essex for over a decade, meaning that we are quickly able to ascertain the risks associated with any job, finding a viable solution to deal with the situation in a safe manner.

At all times our main priority is keeping the public and everyone that is involved with the work and circumstance safe whilst we work to rectify the situation.

Once we have secured any impending hazards we will then make our professional assessment of the tree and decide what course of action we need to undertake. Where we need to we will bring in heavy lifting machinery to transport and remove a tree that is causing a blockage or a hazard, obviously acting as quickly as we can so as to minimise any disruption to your home or traffic.

In some cases remedial work may be required on trees that have not been felled but are rather damaged. This may include removing unsafe branches for example, although sometimes we will need to unfortunately remove the tree altogether.

We will conduct a thorough inspection of the tree to ensure it is safe before leaving the premises. Our expertise as qualified tree surgeons means that we can detect signs of decay and disease which may have caused the weakness in the tree in the first place, or which could cause further damage ongoing, in which case we will recommend the safest course of action.

In all cases of emergency tree work Thorpe Bay wide we will make sure that we leave the site clear and safe.

The many Species of Tree we can Attend to in an Emergency

We are able to deal with all species of trees in an emergency. Thorpe Bay wide we come across a variety of tree types which include:

Oak Trees: Oak trees can prove to be quite the challenge if felled during high winds. They can grow up to 40 metres in height and have strong canopies, however this is no issue for our experts when it comes to arranging for the safe removal of an oak tree in an emergency situation.

Willow Trees: Willow trees have expansive hanging canopies and are often found growing by water. All of this can make them difficult to deal with in an emergency, but they are still not problematic for our specialists. We are regularly called in to deal with storm damaged or fallen willow trees across Thorpe Bay.

Conifer Trees: Yes these are very tall trees – often up to as tall as 100 metres – but this does not mean that they are a problem for our solution-finding tree surgeons who have on many occasions over the past decade dealt with exceptionally tall trees that have fallen across the public highway or onto overhead power cables.

Eucalyptus Trees: These trees will readily shed bark and branches at the best of times, making them more of a hazard during storms or high winds. We often attend emergency situations which involve eucalyptus trees posing a risk of injury or property damage. In most circumstances we can undertake heavy pruning to make the tree safe, or in some cases we will may have to remove the tree altogether in order to stop them from causing further damage.

Cherry Trees: The cherry tree will often grow wide and up to 10 metres in height, but it is not an issue for our experts to take care of them in an emergency situation. We regularly attend those that have fallen or look as though they are posing a danger in an emergency.

Silver Birch Trees: Even though they grow up to 30 metres in height and grow deep roots, we are able to attend to any emergency tree work Thorpe Bay wide involving a silver birch tree, including the treating of any disease or decay.

Ash Trees: The ash tree will often live as long as 400 years and can grow to heights of around 35 metres. They will usually grow together to form domed canopies, so in many emergency situations after a storm or high winds we will need to remove or deal with multiple trees, which of course pose no problem for our specialist tree surgeons.

Plum Trees: A lot of people grow very fond of their plum trees and will often ask us to do what we can to salvage them if they have been damaged in a storm or high winds. Of course we will do as much as we possibly can, as qualified tree surgeons, but we do need to always put the health of the tree first whilst considering safety issues. If we can make a plum tree safe in an emergency situation, if that is what you’d like us to do, then we will do all we can do to save it.

Cedar Trees: Cedar trees are unusual in shape as they grow several trunks. They will also regularly grow to around 35 metres. No problem for us: we’ll attend and do whatever is required to make the site safe and clear after an emergency situation.

Pine Trees: Pine trees can grow to heights of 35 metres and if they are not regularly pruned they can quickly become hazardous in high winds. We have known them to be felled and sometimes fall onto power lines or the public highway. If this has happened then we will respond immediately to deal with the emergency tree work Thorpe Bay residents require, using the utmost safest of methods.

For an immediate response service in emergency tree work Thorpe Bay 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 approved fully qualified tree surgeons.

Fantastic service

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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