Tree Felling Plymouth
• Checking Felling Direction.
• Selecting Cutting Technique.
• Check For Disease.
• Select Equipment.
Benefits Of Tree Felling In Plymouth
There is a multitude of benefits when it comes to tree felling. As well as protecting the general public and preventing damage to infrastructure, tree felling is also ideal for regeneration and maintaining forest health within woodlands. There are a few different variations of tree felling including sectional tree felling and straight tree felling. The technique we use will depend on the current position and condition of the trees.
Does Felling Completely Remove The Tree?
When you choose C & H Tree Surgery, you can rely on our experienced and expert tree surgeons to cut down as low as possible often down to the stem. However, we are able to tailor our tree felling services to your bespoke requirements and different specified heights. Once the base of the tree is removed, we can then offer stump grinding and stump removal services.
Why Choose C & H Tree Surgery?
If you’re looking for tree felling or tree removal, look no further than C & H Tree Surgery. With years of experience in the industry and a wealth of knowledge behind us, you can rely on our local team of tree surgeons to offer a high-quality and fully comprehensive service. C & H Tree Surgery are ARB fully approved contractors and can take on any small or larger jobs. Our team always ensures that not only is our work of the highest quality but so is the care taken around your property.
Contact C & H Tree Surgery
If you’re looking for local and reliable tree felling in Plymouth or the surrounding areas today, get in touch with us today at 01752 881036. Alternatively, use the contact form below and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can. C & H Tree Surgery is an ARB-approved contractor and we are also rated among the top three tree surgeons in Plymouth on The Three Best Rated
Also, cut down conifer trees running along the side of our garden and replaced them with a great-looking wooden fence.
A very professional service. Chris provided a very reasonable quote and the staff were very helpful and polite and completed an excellent job. We would certainly use it again and highly recommend it.
Tree Felling Plymouth – FAQs
When is tree felling necessary?
There are many instances where tree felling may be necessary. If you have noticed that your tree is posing a serious threat to surrounding vehicles, people, or property, it’s time to call C&H Tree Surgery as it’s likely you require tree felling in Plymouth. Moreover, other instances where tree felling may be necessary is where trees are diseased or dead, and therefore require tree felling as soon as possible.
Is a permit required for tree felling?
Great question. In some scenarios, a permit may be required to undergo tree felling. However, don’t worry, we have a great relationship with local authorities throughout Plymouth. If required, we’ll consult on your behalf. Most of the time, permits aren’t required for tree felling.
Can I fell a tree by myself?
It’s no secret that tree felling is a dangerous task and should not be done by anyone that doesn’t have the relevant qualifications or experience. We always recommend using an accredited and trusted company, just like C&H Tree Surgery, to undergo tree felling throughout Plymouth.
What factors should be considered before felling a tree?
There are a number of factors that should be considered within the planning stage of tree felling before proceeding to the next stages which include; checking felling direction, selecting the most appropriate cutting technique, and the most suitable equipment. The main factors considered before felling a tree will include; size, location, health condition, potential risks, surrounding infrastructure, and the environmental impact.
What happens to the tree after it is felled?
After tree felling has been undertaken and the tree is at ground level, C&H Tree Surgery will take care of all tree waste. Wood can be repurposed for various purposes, including uses for logs or landscaping, and the remainder will be safely disposed / recycled.