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Qualified Expertise in Tree Cutting Tilbury
Need a tree cutting in Tilbury? Call TH Trees Ltd. We have 15 years’ experience as qualified tree surgeons with LANTRA and British Standards accreditations and as members of the Trading Standards Buy with Confidence Scheme we guarantee a top of the range service at competitive rates.
For over a decade and a half, homeowners, estate managers, commercial premises owners, local authorities and housing associations have relied upon our tree cutting services Tilbury wide.
Our Tilbury tree surgeons hold TEN different N.P.T.C. qualifications across numerous aspects of arboriculture plus TWO LANTRA qualifications, meaning you are dealing with a service provider qualified to safely and efficiently carry out a range of tree care tasks including tree cutting.
What’s more, TH Trees Ltd is Trading Standards, local authority and Safe4Site Gold approved. We work to British Standard BS 3998 2010 and adhere to all relevant legislation including the Work at Height Regulations, the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act and the Manual Handling Operations. We have maintained a fully unblemished record in all areas of health and safety and hold £5 million liability insurance.
Tree Cutting Tilbury: Recommendations on Choosing the Right Tree Surgeon
One major point when choosing a tree surgeon for tree cutting Tilbury wide is that you should never go on price alone as it could prove a false economy.
The following are further recommendations on what you should demand when looking for tree cutting services Tilbury wide:
- Trading Standards Buy with Confidence Scheme membership – high standards at fair prices are guaranteed by this official stamp of approval
- Local authority approval – local authority seals of approval mean the company has been checked for safe and professional working practices
- LANTRA and City & Guilds NPTC qualifications – these offer peace of mind that your trees will be handled in the safest and healthiest way
- British Standards 3998 2010 accreditation – secures you a particular level of quality standards
- A clean health and safety record – proves a commitment to undertaking comprehensive risk assessments
- Investment in ongoing training and quality equipment
- Full liability insurance – policies that have never been claimed upon show that the company employs the highest possible safety standards.
TH Trees Ltd offers all of the above as well as the benefit of 15 years’ experience in tree cutting Tilbury wide.
Tilbury Tree Cutting: Always call in the Professionals
Tackling tree cutting yourself can be extremely hazardous and could land you with a considerable bill for damage or personal injury. Insurers won’t pay out for such an event.
Attempting such work yourself is highly likely to be a false economy. Personal injury claims and bills from neighbours whose property you have damaged could reach staggering proportions.
The only way to do this properly is to hire expert tree surgeons who specialise in tree cutting, Tilbury wide you’ll find this won’t cost the earth, especially if you hire a Trading Standards approved company who promises a top level service at fair rates.
Tilbury Tree Cutting: All Trees Taken Covered
Our Tilbury tree cutting work takes in a variety of tree species and sizes. Whether your trees are located on public land, in a domestic garden, on commercial premises or somewhere like a railway line or riverbank where numerous hazards are typical, the specialists at TH Trees Ltd have the knowledge, skill and experience required to handle them.
Over the past 15 years we have handled probably every species of tree. Our knowledge of the best methods and the right time to carry out tree cutting gives our customers complete reassurance that their trees will be well cared for.
Here is a small selection of some of the most popular trees we regularly work on across Tilbury and surrounding areas:
- Oak – all types including English or common oak, sessile oak and holm oak, regardless of size.
- Willow – including willows situated by rivers and lakes.
- Ash – if we detect any symptoms of ash dieback we will advise our recommended plan of action.
- Fruit trees – such as pear, plum, cherry and apple. Fruit trees benefit from regular, expert pruning to help them develop a robust branch structure, needed to support their heavy fruit crops.
- Conifers and pines – including yew, cedar and Leyland cypress, all well known for growing to towering heights of up to 100 metres.
- Thorny trees and spiky trees – such as hawthorn, holly and monkey puzzle – tree cutting companies will usually avoid working on trees that pose a natural hazard, but not us!
- Eucalyptus trees – all varieties including the tallest which can grow to 30 metres high. The cider gum tree is one of the most common found in large numbers along the Essex coast.
- Beech trees – even those that have grown to 30 or 40 metres in height and sport a wide canopy. Regular pruning is good for the beech tree to help it maintain its leaves year-round.
- Other deciduous and evergreen trees – such as silver birch, hornbeam, lime, maple, sycamore, rowan, elm, whitebeam, spindle and aspen and all ornamental and flowering trees including lilac, magnolia, false acacia (Robinia) and bay laurel.
Should you need to identify a tree, our Tree ID pages should prove most helpful.
Common diseases affecting Tilbury trees
When we carry out Tilbury tree cutting, we always scan the tree for any symptoms of disease or decay that could be making the branches weak or affecting the tree’s health.
Some species of tree are more susceptible to disease and pest infestations than others. Diseases like ash dieback, chestnut blight, Dutch elm disease and oak decline are just a small selection of the most well-known, but there are lots more. Our experts are always looking out for diseases, fungi and pest infestations during tree cutting in Tilbury.
If you are worried that your tree is diseased or infested, our guide to common tree diseases and pests should prove useful and you are welcome to contact us should you require individual advice.
Tree Cutting Tilbury: Timing is Everything
There are certain times of year when tree cutting should be avoided.
Firstly, you must never prune any tree during the bird nesting season. This runs from February to August. This rule applies to non-emergency tree cutting work only.
Secondly, it tree cutting during the active growing season is not advisable. This in most cases runs from late spring to early winter. During the active growing period, trees bleed sap when cut. This attracts bugs which bring disease. Again, emergency tree cutting can be undertaken at any time, but where possible it should be avoided until late winter to early spring, in most cases.
‘Most cases’ is very important, because some tree species vary from this general rule. Be sure to consult our news and tree ID pages for advice on when to prune your tree, or contact us for individual guidance.
If your tree is protected by a Tree Preservation Order (TPO) then the amount of tree cutting allowed will be confined and you will need permission from your local authority to proceed with any proposed works. This may take anything up to eight weeks to be provided.
For Trading Standards approved tree cutting Tilbury wide with fair rates guaranteed, call TH Trees Ltd on 01268 642 814.
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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