FAQ

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Yes we has full public and employers liability insurance.

We routinely carry out a Habitat Disturbance Assessment and Nesting Bird Inspection report at all sites before undertaking any tree work.

We ensure that all employees/contractors are fully trained, competent and hold appropriate certificates to undertake works to which they are assigned.

This is an order made by the borough council to protect significant trees, which may be under threat. The order makes it an offence to cut down, top, lop, uproot, wilfully damage, or destroy a tree without the Council's permission.

Depending on the area of trees needed to be felled a felling licence may be required from the forestry commission. For more info see this link https://www.gov.uk/guidance/tree-felling-overview

If a tree was close to a house or other infrastructure we use use the 'soft felling' method where we fell the tree branch by branch starting at the top.

An Arborist is a specialised tree surgeon trained in the science and care of trees

If you think a tree might be dangerous please contact us to carry out an assessment. A tree on your property is your responsibility.

Crown reduction is the cutting back of branches to reduce the height and spread of the tree for aesthetic or safety reasons.

If you want to keep the trees we could use a method called 'thinning' in which we remove of branches to reduce the density of the treeto allow more light and air to pass through the tree.

It depends on what you plan to do on the area where the stump was, your budget and how large the tree stump and root ball is. Removing a stump and root ball can leave a large hole in you garden but will allow you to replant in that area. Grinding the stump will remove the stump but the roots and root ball will remain.