So, what does a Tree Surgeon actually do?

Tree Surgeons can offer a range of services, including:

  • Tree planting
  • Tree pruning and trimming
  • Crown reduction and shaping
  • Tree removal
  • Stump removal and grinding
  • Hedge trimming and pruning
  • Diagnosis and treatment of tree diseases and pests
  • And much more…

Pruning and trimming are essential services that help to maintain the health and shape of trees. A Tree Surgeon will use their expertise to prune trees in a way that promotes healthy growth and prevents the spread of disease. They can also trim trees to improve their appearance and prevent them from becoming a hazard to people and property.

Crown reduction and shaping are services that involve reducing the size of a tree’s canopy. This is often necessary to prevent the tree from becoming too large and causing damage to nearby structures. They are able to carefully shape the tree’s canopy, ensuring that it remains healthy and attractive.

Tree removal, or felling, is a service that tree surgeons provide when a tree is dead, diseased, or poses a risk to people or property. They will use specialized equipment to remove the tree safely and efficiently, minimizing the impact on the surrounding area. It is very important to maintain the health of trees on your property to prevent any potential risk.

As a result of a tree being removed, it’s possible that you may also want the stump of the tree removed as well. Stump removal and grinding is just this. Specialised equipment will be used to grind the stump into small pieces, which can then be used as mulch or removed from the site.

Need your hedge shaped or maintained? Then you could ask about hedge trimming and pruning services. Ensuring that hedges remain healthy and attractive, and do not become a hazard to people or property.

Diagnosis and treatment of tree diseases and pests are essential services that tree surgeons provide. They can identify and treat a wide range of tree diseases and pests, helping to ensure that trees remain healthy and productive.

Often, they work with a variety of tools and equipment, including chainsaws, chippers, ropes, ladders, and safety equipment. Specialist climbing techniques are used to reach the branches and tree canopy safely.

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