Removal Of Dead Wood
Once a tree branch dies, it will at some point decay and fall off which causes a potential hazard to people in the surrounding area, and therefore dead wood should always be removed as soon as it is identified.
Should the dead wood overhang public roads, footpaths, highways, houses, gardens and parks, fast removal is even more important as the risk of injury to people or damage to property, greatly increases. However, it is also important to remove dead wood within densely wooded areas to prevent risk of damage to other trees.
Dead wood removal also helps the aesthetics of trees whilst also reducing unwanted weight and wind resistance and we can carry this out with our specialist team of NPTC Forestry and Arboriculture Level 2 Certified aborists. We offer clients both qualified and experience-based advice and guidance on any aspect of dead wood removal.
For over 25 years Clarke's Tree Care have been growing our reputation for exceptional workmanship and outstanding customer service including:
- 24/7 Emergency Callouts
- Free Site Survey
- Tree Safety Inspections
- Rapid Competitive Quote (Same day where critical)
- Schedules That Suit You
- £5m Public Liability Insurance
- Health & Safety Management
- Tree Work Applications & Appeals
- Part Tree Removal
- Complete Tree Felling
- Stump & Root Removal
- Site Clearance including the removal of Felled and Dead Wood
- Reduced Risk Of Hazards & Injury Improved
- Tree Asthetics
- Specialist Equipment
- Site Clearance
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To speak directly with one of our Arborists or for more information about our services, contact us today.
Telephone 01202 251 868
Emergencies 07931 580 060
Offices are open 0900 to 1730 Monday to Friday