Detailed surveys with a complete inspection of the trees and woodland in your area are available from Professional Tree Surgeons Ltd. We can ensure they meet the required health and safety standards so if you are in Warrington, Runcorn, St Helens, Liverpool, Merseyside, Southport, Ormskirk, Widnes or Chester please feel free to contact us today.
We offer tree or woodland health and safety surveys based on your requirements. Our pricing is therefore completely flexible! To find out more, contact us today!
We have been experts in this industry for several years and we offer exceptional tree services. If you are looking for reliable and friendly tree surgeons, contact Professional Tree Surgeons Ltd today.
Our services focus on conducting efficient health and safety surveys for a wide range of trees and woodland. Below are just a few of the services we provide:
Assistance with new woodland planting
Suggestion on existing woodland maintenance
Conducting tests for better understanding of the planted tree and woodland species
Address specific hazards related to the existing tree and woodland
Assistance with selection of species for planting new trees and woodland
Provide safety measures that are accepted by the local council
For an affordable woodland health and safety survey, call us now:
Pollarding is removing the main leader or stem and then subsequently cutting on a regular basis (Re-pollarding) back to the same point (Pollard Head). Where pollarding is specified it should be part of a long term management plan for a tree or tree population.
Tree felling is the entire removal of a tree.
Tree felling works should be carried out in such a way as not to endanger persons or property. Felling in confined spaces or near to adjacent hazards may require a tree to be dismantled. In special cases a crane can be used or a MEWP.
Section dismantle is the removal of a tree (or part of) in a controlled manner using specialist lowering equipment to ensure the safety of the climber, ground crew and minimum impact to the surrounding area.r to adjacent hazards may require a tree to be dismantled. In special cases a crane can be used or a MEWP.