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If you take after a lot of people in St Julians then you may have either 1 or a many trees in your garden. Trees much like the plants in your garden need taking care of or they will not just end up being unattractive but they can easily also be hazardous.

While you can do some tasks with your pruners and a saw, most of the tasks are recommended left to trained and experienced tree surgeons.

The St Julians tree surgeon pros that we work with have the capacity to provide not only tree removal but also a range of tree cutting specialist services such as Tree Disassembling & Tree Felling, Developmental Trimming, Crown Reduction & Reshaping, Stump Removal & Stump Grinding  and trimming hedges which will help you with taking care of and enhancing the beauty of your landscaping.

A number also offer a 24 hour emergency tree surgeon service throughout the St Julians area, for if your tree has fallen over or you are unsure of its overall health situation immediately after a gale.

If they are able to make your tree secure by removing any broken or fractured boughs and patching up the tree’s trunk then they will do this. If they’re unable to make it safe at that time the tree surgeon will plan for a safe tree felling and removal as promptly as is convenient.

They are also able to give you recommendations on the most effective procedures for maintaining the long-term health and appearance of your trees.

So whether you are checking out tree removal and tree felling, having crown reduction and reshaping done, would like your tree assessed for diseases or storm damage, a stump grinding or removed then ring one of our St Julians tree surgery contractors now.

Sometimes a tree reaches a point where trimming and pruning it really are no longer adequate and it no longer fits in with your garden design or it becomes crucial to have it removed before it leads to untold destruction to your home or business or wounds somebody.

Our tree surgeons pros deliver a 24-Hr emergency tree removal service for when you find that your tree has been badly damaged in a storm.

Before going down the tree felling and tree removal route one of our tree surgeons will initially check your tree for any splits, fractured limbs and any other gale damage.

If it is feasible we will repair the tree and take off any cracked or broken limbs making your tree safe again.

When the tree has fallen or is beyond repair then we will safely remove the tree for you.

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Tree Felling & Tree Disassembling

The tree surgeons with whom we work are professionals in the precise dismantling of big, awkward and unsafe trees inside cramped areas. They are skilled at navigating tight spaces and minimising noise and disruption.

A variety of tree removal solutions may be used such as specialist winch operations, sectional dismantling, the use of cranes or directional felling. The technique used will largely depend on the amount of space available.

Tree Felling

This is when the tree is cut at its base and then it falls to the ground without damaging anything. This method of removing a tree is best used when there is no risk that it will cause any damage to people or property. But, large trees may not be able to be felled in this way due to the amount of space required to fell a tree.

Tree Dismantling

It is used when space is restricted. All debris must be directed down so as to not cause any property damage or injury to others. This is a skilled job that involves removing trees in sections. Beginning at the top, the tree is cut into manageable pieces. Finally, it’s lowered safely to the ground using lowering ropes or slings. Sometimes, a crane is used.

The tree surgeons that we work with are experts in working in tight spaces, and will safely remove trees from your garden using the latest rigging methods.

To prevent the the tree falling in the wrong direction, they always use ropes and slings. They may also use wedges to stop it from going the other way.

Stump Removal And Stump Grinding

It is not easy to take out the old stump of a tree that was cut down as part of a landscaping project but not removed.

You should not attempt to remove old stumps from your property without consulting a professional tree surgeon. They will have all the tools necessary to make it a simple and straightforward task.

Stump removal refers to the removal of an old tree stump to a predetermined depth. The average depth is 150mm to 300mm.

To ensure that the stump is removed, but the surrounding gardens are not damaged, stump grinding equipment is used. A stump grinder consists of a machine with carbine-tipped tooth attachments attached to a large rotating wheels. The teeth are attached in different angles all around the wheel.

Once the stump is removed, the remaining holes will be filled in with soil or ground material to keep the work minimally traceable.

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Tree Protection Orders (TPO's) & Tree Conservation Orders

In the UK a number of trees are protected. Trees with a trunk size upwards of 75mm with a trunk height of 1.5 metres are more than likely contained within the comprehensive conservation area cover. Trees will need to be assessed to find out if they’re subject to a Tree Preservation Order (TPO) or if the tree(s) lie inside a Conservation Area by seeking advice from your local area authority prior to arranging any kind of project. Our company can help with the requests for work and inspections.

Crown Reshaping And Reduction

Is an operation that leads to a total cutback in the height and/or spread of the crown of your tree by means of a complete trimming of branches and/or twigs, while at the same time keeping the fundamental form of your tree’s crown.