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Tree Surgeon Great Wakering
From time to time you will need the services of a tree surgeon. Great Wakering wide this can be for a number of reasons. It might be because you wish to remove a tree, cut a tree back, get a tree report, deal with a storm damaged tree or have a hedge or row of conifers professionally trimmed. Using a tree surgeon Great Wakering residents recommend will always provide you with peace of mind that the job will be done safely and that the tree will always remain healthy.
How to Choose the Best Tree Surgeon in Great Wakering
You have a lot to think about when choosing a tree surgeon. Great Wakering homeowners should seek Trading Standards and local authority approved companies. It’s a good way to ensure you get a fair price and a quality service.
In Great Wakering tree surgeons should also be selected who are accredited to British Standards BS 3998 2010 to ensure a guarantee of the highest standards.
Also look for an unblemished health and safety record so you can be sure the tree surgeons keep fully up to date with training and invest in the best equipment. You want only the safest workers on your property after all.
TH Trees Ltd have over 15 years’ experience as tree surgeons Great Wakering wide as well as a whole host of qualifications including City & Guilds NPTC & LANTRA.
Great Wakering Tree Surgeon Services
The following are our most requested services as tree surgeons in Great Wakering:
- Tree removal: Removing trees with loose branches, overgrown canopies or any that are showing signs of decay or disease is sometimes the best course of action. Some people also like trees removed because they are causing issues with roots growing too near the property, or because they wish to extend or landscape and there are trees stopping them doing so. Providing there is no Tree Protection Order (TPO) in place, we can go ahead and carry out the tree removal.
- Crown reduction: Sometimes trees grow too big for their surroundings. They can start to cause an annoyance for neighbouring properties and block light. Crown reduction resolves all of this. In Great Wakering tree surgeons from TH Trees Ltd are fully trained in carrying out crown reduction safely and in just the right way so as to promote the health of the tree.
- Dead wood pruning: Dead wood occurs naturally in trees and it is essential that it is removed regularly to prevent it falling unexpectedly during storms or high winds and causing damage or injury. Throughout Great Wakering tree surgeons at TH Trees Ltd are trained to spot this dead wood and eliminate it safely so the risk is removed.
- Tree pollarding: One of our most popular tree surgeon services Great Wakering wide is tree pollarding, especially for local authorities seeking a solution to keep trees away from power lines and the public highway. Tree pollarding promotes strong and healthy growth.
Tree Surgeons Great Wakering – Our Specialist Expertise
At TH Trees Ltd we offer a vast range of services including all the pruning services listed above together with specialist services such as hedge trimming and removal; ivy trimming and removal; bamboo removal and storm damaged tree removal.
We can deal with any trees of any height or spread. Here are just some of the many species of tree we regularly take care of:
- The oak tree known to reach heights of 40 metres
- The willow tree, usually located close to lakes or rivers and with long, cascading branches
- The Leyland cypress, known for growing to towering heights of 100 metres
- The eucalyptus tree which needs specialist pruning to maintain its ongoing health
- The cherry tree which again calls for a very particular type of pruning to help it develop a strong branch structure to support its heavy fruit crops
For further, more in-depth information about your individual tree, browse our tree ID pages.
Tree Surgeon Great Wakering – About Our Qualifications
Complete reassurance is guaranteed when you engage TH Trees Ltd. Our extensive list of official tree surgeon qualifications backs this up.
All our Great Wakering tree surgeons are qualified to N.P.T.C. and LANTRA standards. These are regarded throughout the industry as standard certifications, proving that a tree surgeon has reached a minimum level of competence.
When hiring a tree surgeon in Great Wakering, be make sure they possess the qualifications relevant to the work they are undertaking for you. not every Not all tree surgeons hold the correct certifications which could lead to insurance related issues.
Our Great Wakering tree surgeons hold TEN different N.P.T.C. qualifications plus TWO LANTRA qualifications and undergo regular refresher training. For even greater reassurance we work in adherence with British Standard BS 3998 2010 and all associated legislation including the Work at Height Regulations, the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act and the Manual Handling Operations. We are proud to have maintained a completely clean record in all of these.
When is the best time to prune your tree?
The general rule for tree pruning is to avoid the active growing season. When a tree is actively growing, it will bleed sap when cut. This attracts bugs and diseases. In the majority of cases the active growing period falls between late spring to early winter.
Optimum pruning times and processes vary from one tree species to another, so it is important to contact us for individual advice. When it comes to the health of your valued trees, professional advice is essential. You can also learn more about your particular tree and when to prune it courtesy of our news and tree ID pages.
It is also important to know that any type of non-emergency tree work must be avoided during the bird nesting season which runs from February to August. Be sure to check for nesting birds before proceeding with any tree work at any time of the year.
What you Need to Know About Tree Preservation Orders
Trees of notable interest are often protected by a Tree Preservation Order (TPO). These put restrictions on the amount of pruning that can be carried out and make it necessary to obtain permission to carry out works. You’ll need to liaise with the arboriculture department of your local authority to check the TPO register. Permission usually takes around eight weeks to be granted.
If your tree is located within a conservation area then special permission will be required before proceeding with any works.
Our Great Wakering tree surgeons hold long term relationships with local authority tree officers, which means we are usually able to push applications through quickly.
Common Tree Diseases
Some trees are more susceptible to disease and pest infestations than others. The most widespread tree diseases are ash dieback, chestnut blight, Dutch elm disease and oak decline, but there are many others to know about.
An important element of our Great Wakering tree surgeon service is identifying and treating diseases, fungi and pest infestations. If you are worried that your tree may be disease or infested, have a read of our guide to common tree diseases and pests and do not waste any time in contacting us for tailored advice should you feel it is necessary.
Great Wakering Tree Surgeons – Here to Help
For added-value rates and a reliable service from Trading Standards approved tree surgeons Great Wakering wide, call TH Trees Ltd on 01268 642 814.
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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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