Tree Reduction Gidea Park, Harold Wood & Harold Hill
When a tree needs to be cut back, maybe because it has started to grow over a neighbouring property or block light, or because it has grown into overhead power lines or has started to interfere with passing traffic, you need a tree reduction. Gidea Park, Harold Wood and Harold Hill wide this is one of our most requested services when home and land owners do not wish to completely remove a tree.
Gidea Park Tree Reduction: What to Look for
When engaging a tree services company for tree reduction Gidea Park wide it is essential you are careful about who you choose. This at a glance list will help you make the right selection:
- Seek out membership of the Trading Standards Buy with Confidence Scheme as companies accredited under this are verified for quality standards at fair rates
- Look for LANTRA and City & Guilds qualifications as these prove the company has qualified tree surgeons on the team who know precisely how to deal safely and carefully with trees
- Make sure they work to British Standards as this is another quality guarantee
- Check for unclaimed upon insurance which demonstrates a commitment to high safety standards
- Look for an unblemished health and safety record for peace of mind with safety
- Check for investment in ongoing training and cutting edge equipment for the very best results
Harold Wood Tree Reduction: Helpful Advice
If you are having a tree reduction in Harold Wood and have restricted access at your premises, or there are obstacles such as greenhouses, overhead power cables, decking, fences, walls or other trees, do not be concerned as we have the expertise to devise a solution. We do ask though that you let us know ahead of your appointment so we can arrange any extra manpower or specialist equipment and advise the costs in advance. It will also lead to a much smoother running job that is completed in good time.
Tree Reduction Harold Hill: How it Works
Across Gidea Park, Harold Hill and Harold Wood tree reduction comprises decreasing the width and height of a tree by 20 to 30 per cent. The benefits are instantaneous. If greater results are required then we may suggest tree pollarding or tree removal. The health of the tree and safety always come first.