Managed to catch a break in the rain the other week and remove some large branches from this ash tree. Removed some branch end weight and lower canopy to mitigate branch failure onto the soon to be restored building below.
A large Elm with suspected Dutch Elm Disease is slowly dying. Here we have removed the deadwood and raised the canopy to make the tree safer but retain it for hopefully a little longer. Elm trees of this size are quite rare in Lincolnshire, UK.
Clearing out some ash and sycamore trees that were damaging the old wall and interferening with the telephone wires. When working on a busy roadside we use traffic management to keep a safe area to work in to protect staff and public.
We are still going through the videos from a large scale garden clearance we did in spring 2018. This is part 4 of 5 (we think!) and in this episode we moved onto all the felling we had to do in site. Check out our other videos in the series on YouTube.
A great couple of days spent at one of our yearly industry trade shows. Got to see lots of climbing demonstrations, safety seminars, take part in tree health classes and buy lots of new tools!
Two small tree we removed due to suspected root damage to neighbouring property. Used some speedlining to send some pieces away from the telephone wires and over the bedding plants. Care is always taken to disturb the work area as much as possible.
A quick job the other day in the nice weather reducing the canopy on a willow tree. The customer wanted more sun in the garden throughout the day but still wanted the screening for privacy.
Getting a half fallen larch down onto the ground. The tree was hung up in another tree over a half built garden building that the home owner was just putting up. Working on trees like this is super dangerous and can be quite complicated to remove safely. Work like this requires great experience and knowledge.
Large willow tree removed to ground level. All arisings removed.