No job is too big or too small for our experienced tree surgeons. Based in Bagshot, our workers are experienced in managing a wide range of tree services for domestic and commercial clients throughout Surrey and Hampshire, including the Farnborough, Frimley, Camberley, and local Lightwater areas. Whether you require hedge cutting and pruning as part of ongoing garden maintenance, or felling and stump grinding to take care of deteriorated trees, we’re happy to help.
Tree surgeons will assess the size of the grounds at your property in Surrey or Hampshire to safely remove entire trees. At smaller venues with restricted space, sectional tree felling will be employed to remove trees in separate parts using chainsaws and safety equipment. Another process is directional tree felling, which is when a chainsaw is used to cut down the tree in one motion. This depends on the amount of room to accommodate the falling distance on your grounds.
Tree work involving the reduction of the height or the spread of the foliage will be properly planned and measured by tree surgeons to ease the stress caused by heavier branches. This also helps with loss of light whilst keeping the framework intact.
Tree surgery specialists will cut away smaller branches from the crown of broad-leafed trees to thin out their dense growth. Like hedge cutting, trees will be thinned while keeping its shape and size. We take away up to 30% of the foliage, mainly to alleviate weight and wind resistance.
Cutting into the trunk of a tree may cause decay and biomechanical issues. That’s why we undertake tree work to get rid of the lower branches. By lifting or raising within 15% of the crown height, we protect the health of the tree while also clearing the way for more light to pass through.
Our tree surgeons use modern stump grinding machinery to completely remove remaining growths which often creates obstacles for landscaping lawns.
When we’re finished working, we remove and dispose of any remaining deadwood in a safe and ethic manner, excepting any wood being used as a natural habitat, which isn’t a health threat.
If your woodland is grown on a heritage site, our tree surgeons will need to consult with the local Surrey or Hampshire authorities. County planning departments should be informed for authorisation and to ensure trees are protected when tree work is carried out.
If you have a TPO we are happy to advise and help you apply for permission for the work that you want to do.
Tree surgeons will use formative pruning and hedge cutting to help establish the plant and limit structural or biomechanical weaknesses. Regular maintenance will provide a neat and attractive appearance too.
In addition to hedge cutting, tree surgery involves expertly shaping the foliage to create an eye-catching aesthetic. Our tree surgeons provide this service for your domestic or public gardens in Surrey and Hampshire.