Tree removal is a commonly sought-after process when one wants to get rid of a tree that is either damaged, rotten or is simply unwanted at a particular location. If you are thinking of getting rid a tree for reasons to do with its size, position or structure, a second alternative is also feasible; tree lopping. Through tree lopping, you get to retain the tree while solving the issues that led you to want the tree felled.
4 October 2016
Sometimes a dead or decaying tree is very obvious; it may be grey and withered, with brown leaves and branches that are already cracking and breaking. However, a tree that needs your attention may not be as obvious, and it's easy for a homeowner to overlook certain signs of damage, root rot, and other problems with a tree. Note a few things to look out for that may be telling you that your tree needs some attention and either a chemical treatment, branch trimming, or removal.
20 June 2016
Tree pruning isn't just a case of hacking at branches with big axes and hoping for the best -- various specialised and highly refined techniques are used depending on the tree's needs and what kind of damage it is capable of withstanding. One of these techniques is called crown thinning, and can be applied to a tree for a number of reasons. What is crown thinning? Unlike other pruning techniques, crown thinning does not significantly change the overall shape and size of your tree's crown, and the large primary branches of your tree will not be affected.
8 June 2016
When it comes to a tree removal service, most people tend to focus only on what is required before the removal, or what will happen during the process. Very few people think about what will happen after the tree has been felled and the removalist is done with their job. In this article, get some ideas on what you can do with the leftover tree pieces after the removal. Firewood
10 February 2016