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Herts Tree Surgeons
December 16, 2015 10:52 am
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There are many different aspects to tree maintenance. First we access what the customer would like to benefit from the work required. This could be a number of different things. It could be that the c
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Herts Tree Surgeons

There are many different aspects to tree maintenance. First we access what the customer would like to benefit from the work required. This could be a number of different things. It could be that the customer would like more natural light into the property or garden, perhaps it is causing subsidence or structural damage to the property or foundation and in certain cases the tree may have to be completely removed due to ill health such as infection or natural die back.

Below is a list of what we cover and a short breakdown of each term:

Felling
Felling – This is a term we use for removing a tree to ground level, this is usually done it 2 ways. If there is a lack of space then the tree may need to be dismantled in small pieces that we can handle which we can lower down into a designated area without any damage occurring. The second procedure would be felling the tree from ground level, or sectional felling in large pieces. This can only happen if the tree is in adequate space.

Lopping
Lopping – This is a term used for removing certain limbs, these maybe limbs that are dangerous i.e. broken or dead limbs, or perhaps limbs that are making the tree unstable or obstructing light.

Reducing
Reducing – This is a term we use for reducing the tree canopy by an overall percentage. This is general used when a tree is becoming too big for the surrounding area. First we will access the tree species and recommend a suitable reducing to maintain the trees appearance and more importantly its health.

Pruning
Pruning – This is a term used for dealing with smaller trees and shrubs. Some fruit trees and smaller shrubs need a little more care in how they are cut. Generally they will only be cut in certain times of the year to prevent loss of fruit or flower.

Hedge Cutting
Hedge cutting – A lot of hedges need a regular cut to make sure that they are kept tidy and healthy. If not cut then certain hedges become hard to maintain. Conifer hedges are a prime example of this, if they become too large they can often be difficult to cut back to an appropriate size.

Stump Grinding
Stump grinding – We grind out around 70% of the tree stumps that are left once the tree is at ground level. In some cases they can be left. We mainly grind out the roots if they are in the way of a building project or are cause problems to a building structure. Another good reason for stump grinding is because they can often house fungus which can spread to neighbouring trees.

Re-planting – For a lot of our customers who do not want to lose a tree but are forced to do so through die back and other issues decide to re-plant a new tree in place of the existing one. We can supply and plant high quality shrubs and trees in a suitable location to the customers satisfaction.

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Email hertstreesurgeons@live.co.uk
Phone 01442 211285
Website Link www.hertstreesurgeons.co.uk/
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