Expert tree felling company for residential and commercial needs. Ashwood Tree Surgeons are professional tree surgeons offering tree felling and tree surgery. We’re proud to deliver quality tree surgery services.
Our friendly team of tree surgeons will carry out the job to the highest level possible, and ensure that you’re happy with the end result.
Sadly there comes a time when even the mightiest of trees becomes too unsafe, too risky or simply too large to remain in its location. Ashwood Tree Surgeons are specialists in the controlled dismantling and removal of dangerous and technically challenging trees of any size and condition in any location. We are ready to assist you no matter what the situation.
We have many years of experience in dealing with dangerous, heavy tree work. Our arborists often work in delicate or sensitive areas, close to historically important and valuable buildings, or in places of great sentimental and amenity value, more often than not with limited space in which to work. We use modern techniques and operate with up to date rigging and lowering equipment to assist us in the safe sectional removal of the heavy branch work and stem wood. Should the situation present itself where a tree is simply too big or in too tricky a position or if there is a real risk of danger to staff or property using conventional methods then we can arrange for heavy plant such as cranes or mobile elevated work platforms (MEWP’S) to be brought in on the job.
Our arborists are experienced and competent working with and alongside these machines and are suitably qualified. Our climbers hold qualifications beyond standard professional guidelines and have a wealth of experience. We take great pride in the demanding work we do professionally on a daily basis. Can you afford to have an inexperienced or incompetent contractor performing such a skilful and potentially hazardous job? Ashwood Tree Surgeons get the job done quickly, safely and efficiently at the correct price. Call us now if you have concerns about your trees or shrubs.
Tree felling is a forestry term. It refers to the process of cutting down a tree. This is often made to seem easier than it really is. Tree felling can be a very dangerous task, which can result in serious injury or death. Many people realize this and choose to leave this work to professionals.
Tree felling is commonly performed with a chainsaw. This machine's cutting ability is made possible by a rotating chain. The use of such a machine is one of the reasons why felling a tree can be such a dangerous task.
Cutting one tree can take a lot of work and planning. First, a person must be prepared. He should begin by developing a plan for how a tree will fall. A tree should be cut so when it falls it does not come into contact with anything else, including other trees. To develop a good plan, it can be necessary to consider a number of factors, such as the slope of the ground, the lean of the tree, and the height of the tree.
There are different techniques that can be employed for tree felling. All trees may not be able to be cut in the same direction. Different types of notches may need to be used. Determining how a tree should be cut may be a matter of professional experience.
Tree felling can also be made dangerous by situations that occur when the tree falls. Such hazards include lodging. Sometimes a tree does not have a clear path to the ground. Instead it may fall and get lodged in another tree or on a structure. This creates a hazard that should not be ignored.
A tree often falls with a great deal of force. This can involve the uncontrolled movement of various types of debris. For example, limbs may break and fly through the air if they come into contact with other things as the tree is falling. This can put the logger or those in the surrounding area at risk.
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