Tree Surgeon Hastings, East Sussex
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Regardless of your needs for bush trimming and shrub removal, our services can help you. We have a top class team that provides quality solutions. Our forestry and tree surgeon methods are carried out meticulously and with regard to the environment. They include:
Have you bought or acquired land recently?
Our systems can advise you on forestry and commercial land care to help you with the pre-construction development of your land.
Who are our customers?
Customers of our work know that we have years of arborist experience as surgeons and pruners in the areas of repairs, hedgerows and leaf blowing. 80 per cent of new branch care, East Sussex clients are referred by satisfied customers who give us great ratings. Don't hesitate to call us for more information. You can also complete the online quote form for a FREE surgery quote from a professional tree surgeon in Hastings.
Our arborists and bush carers work in the following areas:
Specialists In Wood Chipping And Clearance
The urban forest is an ecological heritage that contributes to creating a cachet of beauty and quality of life in our immediate environment. Optimal conservation is a key factor in keeping this wealth for future generations. Following college studies in urban arboriculture, we have been offering professional and personalised woodland upkeep to our clients for years. We have the preservation experience, the pruning tools and the personnel necessary to carry out neat and safe arborist work. Because the health, aesthetics and safety of your woods are important to you. It will be our pleasure to provide you with quality work.
Tree Felling and deadwood
If it is not always fun to fell dangerous timber, it may be unavoidable to do so. This felling operation is, however, the last resort, if there are no other choices. If you are in this situation, do not hesitate to call on a specialised arboriculturist, who will have the skills and equipment necessary for this type of operation. We started out with tree removal in Hastings and have since grown to fulfil requests in surrounding areas.
It is sometimes necessary and recommended to use support systems such as props and stays to solidify parts of structures that may have failures. These systems are normally used as a risk management measure in conjunction with pollarding. Dynamic or static support systems or a combination of both can be used as needed. These techniques of crown lifting are very effective. They make it possible to support and secure co-dominant stems that are weakly attached to the trunk or present a decay. In some cases, these techniques avoid severe pruning.
Usually, stumps and mounds that surround them are removed after cutting for reasons of aesthetics, practices or phytosanitary measures. The preferred grubbing method is shredding rather than grubbing. This minimises the inherent damage that the machinery needed can cause to the ground.
The complete removal is sometimes necessary to remove potentially dangerous timber or nuisance in a development. In urban areas, complete removal by foot is rare due to multiple site constraints. The intervention must be done through the gradual dismantling, by section, of the structure using rigging systems and safe working methods. In most local councils, the owner must obtain a permit before proceeding with felling on their property, according to the regulations in force. Consult with your local council.
Our mission is to help preserve nature!
Our team of licensed arboriculturalists, specialised in hedging and branch removal, put their know-how and technical expertise at the branch clipping assistance for the good health of your woodlands.
Because nature is the first witnesses of a healthy living environment and a fertile environment, you should not hesitate to maintain it properly by trusting the most qualified, passionate and competent specialists Hastings, East Sussex has to offer. We pride ourselves on that fact we have great knowledge in the tree care industry and feel comfortable to assist with your needs.
This is defined as an arboreal intervention aimed at optimising nature resources and energy expenditure. Pruning involves guiding growth and development. It includes:
• branch removal (mitigating the risks associated with loosely attached branches or dead parts),
• crown thinning (the formation size of young branches to predispose their structure to optimum growth),
• clearance of infrastructure,
• branch enhancement.
The shaving process removes dead, misguided, diseased or co-dominant, interfering, harmful or weak branches are part of a pruning process.
We offer woodland services for all your needs and can tackle a wood area large or small. Contact Hastings urban forestry technicians with your enquiry and we will be sure to give you the best, professional suggestion to move forward.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. QUESTION: How far should my branches be from electrical wires as a safety measure?
ANSWER: If any branches or parts of a tree are within 3 meters of a medium-voltage wire (usually a wire or wires not covered with a sheath, located at the top of the pole), a specialist must be called directly. The woodland care specialist will clear branches near the power line using crown reduction methods and then a private contractor will be able to take up woodland assistance also. On the other hand, your home connection wires that join a network are not subject to this regulation. Therefore, it is the owner's responsibility to hire a bramble removal company to maintain the free connection of any branches or trunks that could harm or damage the cables.
2. QUESTION: How do I recognise ill health or if timber is dangerous?
ANSWER: Dead branches, fungi, cavities or cracks are obvious signs of dieback or structural weakness. Only a trained environment professional can observe other signs or symptoms. We strongly recommend that you perform an inspection regularly to identify the potential risks associated with degeneration and contact a trimmer company if necessary.
3. QUESTION: Is a licence required to cut a tree?
ANSWER: Most laws require that the owner obtain a licence before proceeding with felling on their property. It is important to make sure that the item in question belongs to you, make sure it is on your property and not on public or neighbouring property or a common organism. Do not hesitate to contact your local council to discuss this topic.
4. QUESTION: Can my lot be damaged by this work?
ANSWER: The work of bush removal duties in urban areas is a considerable challenge due to the presence of interference such as landscaping or infrastructure. Using recognised bush removal methods greatly reduces the risk of accident and property breakage.
5. QUESTION: How much does a tree surgeon cost?
ANSWER: The rate of each arboriculture contract is influenced by several factors. The experience, the team, the equipment, size, condition, the interventions required, the location and the site constraints are factors that influence the cost of the work. A visual inspection is necessary to submit the cost of the execution.
Contact a professional tree surgeon in Hastings, East Sussex TODAY. We will be sure to give you an accurate quote and timeframe for the completion of requested works.
Contact a repairs professional by phone or email to request more information or to accurately estimate your hedging, felling and bramble clearance work. If you don't know where to start, we will be pleased to inform you and guide you in future interventions. Whether for personal pleasure or future work, we are trained to help you make the right decision. If you are unsure of the work required, do not hesitate to get in touch as we are able to provide accurate diagnosis and can move forward with required works.
We are aware that finding the right professional for any task can feel like a job of its own. That's why we offer you a one-stop for all of your tree surgery and grounds/garden maintenance needs. Look no further than TSH and there will be no room left for disappointment.
As Tree surgeons Hastings, we take great pride in offering the best service that we can. In order to do so, we take any feedback on our tree surgeon services on board.
Be sure to call us for your needs for a Tree Surgeon in Hastings. We are also working as Tree Surgeons in Battle, Tree Surgeons in Bexhill, Tree Surgeons in Rye, Tree Surgeons in Eastbourne and other areas throughout East Sussex.
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