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North Cheshire Forestry Tree Removal in Marple Recently

North Cheshire Forestry Tree Removal in Marple Recently

Our client had a large tree that had begun to dominate their back garden and deprive it of essential light. After consultation with our tree surgeon it was decided that the best course of action was to remove the tree entirely, here is a video of the actual felling process.

Once the tree was down on the ground our tree surgeons began a careful de limbing of the tree itself. We then began removing the branches carefully from the garden, mindful to try and cause as little disruption to the area as we could. In this particular case there were some plants as we went past the house that needed to be taken into account, meaning careful handling of the branches was essential to avoid damaging them.

After the branches were removed from the garden, our tree surgeons proceeded to log up the trunk of the tree. While logging up was straight forward we just had to be mindful of the uneven ground while doing so. We proceeded to remove the stump taking the tree down to ground level per the customer’s request. The logs were also removed from the garden carefully.

After removing a couple of small conifers to complete our work, all that was left was the tidying up. We cleaned any sawdust from logging up, removed any small pieces of branch that remained, then proceeded to use a leaf blower to tidy up the lawn.

Once we were satisfied that everything was in order we checked that the customer was happy with our work. We then moved on to our next job.

While in this case a standard fell was the practicable and affordable solution, often a sectional fell will be a better approach. Sectional fells are employed by tree surgeons to avoid damage to things near the tree and lessen the impact on client’s gardens. North Cheshire forestry offers free estimates and advice to allow careful consideration and find the best solution for our client’s needs.

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