Felling Sycamore Trees in Canterbury,Kent. Today we had to fell four Sycamore trees in Stodmarsh near Canterbury. The reason for this is that they were too close to the property.We used our usual tree surgery techniques to dismantle them safley to the ground.The brushwood was chipped up and the wood that the client did’nt want […]
Reducing a large Ginko Tree in Canterbury Kent. The tree had become very overpowering in the rear garden of this house in Canterbury so tree surgery was needed to reduce the overall size of the tree.The tree was climbed and on the ground we spent alot of time making sure the shape of the tree […]
A SATISFYING TREE SURGERY JOB. The old dead Oak Tree was in Pett Bottom near Canterbury. Instead of felling the dead oak tree to ground level the client wanted to have it stripped to a pole to create a haven for wildlife. For the bird life we left a number of stubbs creating perches. If […]
Felling a dead Elm Tree It was quite a large tree situated next to a garage, so care had to be taken not to damage anything. Luckily our client had called us in before the dead Elm tree had got too dangerous. This being the case we could climb the Elm tree and take it down […]
We had a company day out today to the Arb Fair on the Bathhurst Estate near Cirecester. We go every year to hear and look at new products to make our job more efficent and safer. It’s a good way to catch up with old friends in the trade and chat about your latest awkard […]
In Sandwich there were three Willow trees in the garden and the client was getting concerned about how big they were getting. Instead of losing the trees we pollarded them to create a new structual framework from which the trees can grow a new crown. In the future this can be maintained at intervals to […]
Today we felled a Silver Birch tree in Ashford because unfortunatley the roots had started to lift the surrounding patio and lean onto a garden shed. The tree had to be climbed and dismantled by hand in order to avoid damaging the shed and nearby fences After this we went onto another job in Ashford. […]
Beautiful day to climb trees. Today we were in Richborough near Sandwich pollarding large Crack Willows using lowering techniques. The trees had outgrown the garden and were shading the old pond. Now it lets more light into the garden and the trees are more manageable for the future. We were really pleased with the results.