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Professional Tree Reduction in Thurrock
Tree reduction Thurrock residents and businesses can depend upon is available courtesy of the qualified experts at TH Trees Limited, a business renowned throughout Essex for its in-depth knowledge, professionalism and can-do approach.
Whether you need to reduce the size of your tree’s crown to stop it blocking light or views, or you need to generally bring down the size of your tree so that it doesn’t outgrow its space, or you’ve just inherited an unruly, un-maintained tree that needs some attention, our team is on hand to help.
Tree reduction promotes the health of a tree by removing branches that cross over or rub against each other. By exposing the canopy, the boosted air and light flow is great for the tree. In fact, you’ll soon see it looking much more vibrant.
Whatever the reason behind your need for tree reduction Thurrock wide, TH Trees can provide you with precisely what you need.
Renowned Thurrock Tree Reduction Specialists
For more than 15 years, homeowners, estate managers, landlords, business owners, local authorities and housing associations have been depending on our tree reduction services the width and length of Essex. And we have some helpful advice for you…
When you engage a tree surgeon for tree reduction, ALWAYS carefully check the qualifications they have relate to the type of work being done. The reason for this is that there are numerous different qualifications at various levels, and not all of them are relevant to certain types of tree work. Let an unqualified tree worker loose on your tree and, if there’s an issue, you could find that their insurance doesn’t cover them for any damage or injury they have caused.
Our Thurrock tree reduction experts are exceptionally qualified. We hold a huge TEN different N.P.T.C. qualifications in various elements of arboriculture, together with TWO LANTRA qualifications. This all means we are more than qualified to safely and effectively conduct tree reduction Thurrock wide together with a variety of other tree care jobs.
TH Trees is also Trading Standards, local authority and Safe4Site Gold approved. We work to British Standard BS 3998 2010 and follow to all the associated legal guidelines including the Work at Height Regulations, the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act and the Manual Handling Operations. We have maintained a completely clean record across all areas of health and safety and hold £5 million liability insurance.
Thurrock Tree Reduction: Your Tree Covered, and that’s a Guarantee
Our Thurrock tree reduction specialists regularly work on a vast array of tree species of all sizes in all sorts of situations, including risky and hazardous locations and inclement weather conditions. We have the experience and training to do so.
Over the past 15 years we have dealt with we believe every species of tree found growing in the UK. Our knowhow as to when and precisely how to reduce the size or canopy of a tree means you will be totally reassured that your tree will look amazing when we’ve finished, and will be brimming with health and vitality too.
The following are just some of the trees we work on regularly throughout Thurrock:
- The oak tree. We regularly work on the English or common oak, the sessile oak and the holm oak. Oak trees often reach heights of 40 metres and usually have a canopy spread of the same width. All no problem for the experts at TH Trees.
- Willow trees. This includes willows located on the banks of lakes, rivers or ponds, which tends to be their favourite place to reside. With their long, cascading branches, it is good to reduce willow tree canopies regularly. Whether you own a fishery and need to clear some overgrown swims; you’re responsible for parks and gardens where people like to sit in the shade of a willow tree, or you have one in your own garden that could do with reducing in size to make it easier to cut the grass below, we can assist.
- Ash trees. The ash tree can grow as high as 35 metres in height. No problem for TH Trees though. If we spot any signs of ash dieback or any other disease this tree is prone to when carrying out tree reduction, we will provide you with expert advice on what to do. Ash trees suffering from this disease need very special care and attention. It is vital to come up with an action plan that makes the tree safe, but at the same time does not act to spread the spores of the disease to other ash trees.
- Fruit trees such as pear, plum, cherry and apple. Fruit trees really do like good, regular pruning. It helps them develop a strong branch structure so they can support their heavy fruit crops. But it must be done properly otherwise the tree could be damaged.
- Conifers and pines such as yew, cedar and Leyland cypress. It is widely known that conifers and pines can grow to soaring heights, sometimes up to as much as 100 metres. Our experience, knowledge and skill in using specialist equipment, and our training in working at height, all combine to give our customers complete peace of mind when tackling some of the tallest trees in Essex.
- Thorny and spiky trees. We are not in any way averse to working on hawthorn and holly trees, or even the monkey puzzle tree. Some tree companies simply won’t work on trees that present a natural hazard, but that doesn’t apply to us.
- Eucalyptus trees including the cider gum tree, a popular site along the Essex coast. Even if you have eucalyptus trees situated on roadsides or close to water, they will never present a problem for our team.
- Beech trees. Even if your beech tree is a towering 30 or even 40 metres, we can reduce it down for you no problem. Regular pruning is good for the beech tree; it assists in maintaining its leaves year-round: good news if you use it as privacy hedging, which many people do.
- Ornamental and flowering trees. By these we mean the likes of lilac, magnolia, false acacia (Robinia) and bay laurel. It’s important for trees like this to stay looking attractive, and we can promise you they will thanks to our expertise. We will ensure your tree is pruned at the right time following the correct method to make sure you can enjoy plenty of blooms the following year.
- Other deciduous and evergreen trees – including silver birch trees, hornbeam trees, lime trees, maple trees, sycamore trees, rowan trees, elm trees, whitebeam trees, spindle trees and aspen trees.
If you need to identify a tree growing in your garden or on your land, our Tree ID pages should prove useful to you.
Your tree and common diseases
An vital aspect of our Thurrock tree reduction service is identifying and dealing with diseases, fungi and pest infestations. If you are worried that your tree could be suffering from disease or infestation, our guide to common tree diseases and pests should prove helpful to you. You are welcome to contact us for expert advice if you suspect your tree is suffering in any way.
Thurrock tree reduction: timing is everything
There are particular times of year when tree reduction should be side-stepped. Let’s take a look at why this is.
It is forbidden to prune any tree during the bird nesting season, i.e. February to August. We will always look for nesting birds outside of this period, because sometimes you do find them nesting earlier or later in the year than usual.
This rule is only applicable to non-emergency tree reduction work. If your tree is showing hazardous branches that could pose a risk, or the tree requires immediate care because it is diseased or infested, then we can proceed, albeit with great care.
During late spring to early winter, trees are actively growing, making pruning during this time is inadvisable. This is because trees that are actively growing bleed sap when they are cut. The sap attracts bugs, which bring with them diseases. These get into the tree, leading to very serious consequences. Again, emergency tree reduction in Thurrock can be carried out at any time of the year, but where there is no impending hazard it is wise to avoid the growing season.
One last piece of helpful advice: any tree that is protected by a Tree Preservation Order (TPO) will be limited by the amount of tree reduction allowed. Permission will be required from the local authority before going ahead and this can take up to eight weeks to come through. Always check the TPO register if you have reason to believe your tree is protected, or if you live in a conservation area.
For Expert Thurrock Tree Reduction, Look to TH Trees
At TH Trees we have been specialising in tree reduction Thurrock wide for over 15 years. Combined with our comprehensive qualifications and respected reputation, this puts us in the optimum position to take care of all your Thurrock tree cutting requirements.
For a no-obligation quotation and helpful advice from a qualified Thurrock tree reduction specialist, call TH Trees 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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