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Tree Surgery Services

Total Tree Management

Tree Services & Remedial Healthcare

C & M Tree Solutions are fully experienced in aspects for tree surgery and hedge management. So as you would expect we offer specialist solutions to fit your requirements.We are small enough to care about a single tree or hedge and big enough to manage large plantations and have varied experience with large woodland areas.Total tree felling is not always the best option, or indeed possible if the local council has a tree preservation order in place, as part of our service we will check with the local authority before starting any work which could be covered by preservation orders.C & M Tree Solutions has £5m public liability insurance cover for your complete security. Our experienced tree surgeons are fully trained and certificated in all of the relevant heath & safety regulations. If required we will supply a full risk assessment and method statement prior to starting the work.

Many of our customers are unaware of the options available to us in an effort to conserve the tree or hedge.Here are a few of the tree conservation services available to us as tree surgeons:

Tree Surgeons Tree felling in Worcestershire, Warwickshire, Herefordshire and GloucestershireSectional Tree Felling and removal of tree branches

Tree Felling:

Individual trees or larger plantations.

Prior to starting any tree felling work we carry out a full risk & safety assessment.

We specialise in the felling of trees, causing the tree to fall under control by carefully making a series of cuts at the base of the trunk.

The controlled takedown insures the tree lands where we want it too and in a safe manner, if the situation calls for it, in one go.

We reduce the tree & branches to manageable size logs, feed small parts through our mobile chipper and remove all brash etc. from the site, leaving it tidy and safe.

Sectional Tree Felling:

If a tree cannot be felled, due to it’s location, weather conditions, and potential dangers to people, buildings and utilities we carefully dismantle the tree in small sections.

This operation is usually undertaken using heavy duty rigging equipment, lowering ropes and skilled branch removal techniques. Ensuring as safe as possible tree removal or limb removal with minimum of fuss and damage.

Dead Wooding:

Some older trees can suffer from storm damage and general ageing, while some can suffer disease and damage from insects and birds thus sapping the life from them. These blackened limbs will invariably fall so we recommend the removal of dead or dying branches to ensure safety and the aesthetics of the tree.

Larger dead branches can be safely retained (in order to provide habitat for birds and insects) by reducing their length and weight.

Tree pruning can have an impact upon the trees health, so we plan carefully before performing any major work on the trees crown.

Tree Crown Reduction:

In this technique the ends of all branches are reduced, in length, back to suitable ‘growth points’ (side branches). As a result the entire tree crown is reduced, in size and volume, whilst retaining the natural shape of the species. This procedure can hugely increase the amount of light and space in your garden, it is usually stipulated in terms of a percentage (rarely more than 30%). Little and often causes less trauma to the tree overall and the best times of the year to undertake such work are between late Autumn and Spring, the dormant period. Stone fruit trees such as cherry and plum should never be pruned in winter due to the potential of fungal infections which lead to ‘silver leaf’.

Tree Crown Thinning:

The branches are removed from within the tree crown in order to make it uniformly less dense. The natural shape of the tree is completely unaffected but the ‘Sail Effect’ (wind resistance) is reduced and more light allowed to filter through. This procedure is usually stipulated in terms of a percentage (rarely more than 30%). As above little and often causes less trauma to the tree overall and the best times of the year to undertake such work are between late Autumn and Spring, the dormant period. Stone fruit trees such as cherry and plum should never be pruned in winter due to the potential of fungal infections which lead to ‘silver leaf’.

Tree Crown Lifting:

 

This technique increases the gap between ground level and the crown. This is normally achieved by removing the lowest branches, of the crown, to a specified height. This is a very cheap but effective way of increasing the amount of light into your garden. In removing dead branches (common in conifers) at the bottom of the tree stops the risk of them being shed naturally & causing damage. Lime trees, prone to vigorous lower growth, are regularly crown raised.

Crown reduction pruning is most often used when a tree has grown too large for its permitted space. This method, sometimes called drop crotch pruning, is preferred to topping because it results in a more natural appearance, increases the time before pruning is needed again and minimizes stress.Crown thinning is a pruning technique primarily used on hardwood trees. Crown thinning is the selective removal of stems and branches to increase light penetration and air movement throughout the crown of a tree. The intent is to improve a tree’s structure and form while making life uncomfortable for tree pests. Tree Crown Lifting. This involves removing some of the lower branches beneath a tree’s crown.

Your tree management services and hedge maintenance is in safe hands with C & M Tree Solutions.

Tree Surgeons for both domestic & commercial clients in the

Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Warwickshire & Worcestershire area.

For more information about our services or a free quotation please use this online Enquiry Form or

Telephone 07760 669 257 – 07760 667 916 or 01684 298 315 for a no obligation chat about your requirements.

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