When Is It Time To Remove A Tree?
Sometimes a tree gets to a point where trimming and pruning it are no longer adequate and it no longer fits in with your garden or it becomes necessary to have it removed before it causes untold damage to your property or injures someone. Some of the main causes for tree removal are
- The foliage of the tree has lost its visual appeal due to disease, or bugs destroying its limbs and leaves.
- Limbs, branches and leaves have grown too close to your buildings and are now blocking the sunlight from coming into your premises, and causing moisture build up on the walls and roof due to blocking the sun from them.
- The tree has been battered by a storm and sustained some structural damage. The tree could now cause damage to your property or injure someone with falling branches or it could completely fall over, causing even more serious damage.
- You are wanting to change the landscaped outlook of your garden and the old tree does not fit in with the aesthetics of your new look garden.
- The tree’s roots are starting to pose a threat to your property’s foundation or to the underground pipe work.
Felling The Tree Yourself
Sometime people who have a tree that they want removing attempt to remove the tree themselves or they use unqualified contractors. Tree removal is a complex and potentially dangerous job and should only be carried out by tree surgeons because:
- If the roots are not removed correctly then the tree can grow again.
- Old tree stumps which have not been removed correctly are not just an eyesore they are also potentially dangerous.
- Our tree surgeons know how to use the latest equipment to help them climb and access difficult areas.
- Using the wrong tools or techniques when dismantling a tree can cause untold damages to your property or even severely injure someone.
Regular pruning helps to improve the growth of a developing tree and it also corrects the shape of mature ones. Every cut that we make to a tree has a lasting effect, which can be good or bad. This is why a professional tree maintenance plan for your trees is a wise investment.
When you have a tree that cannot be saved, its has become infected or diseased, or it simply does not fit in with your plans for your garden then we offer very competitive prices for tree removal. Our staff are fully qualified and equipped to quickly and safely remove trees of any size. From your initial contact right the way through to the final clean-up, you can rely on us to provide you with he highest level of customer service in Yorkshire.
What Do Tree Surgeons Shipley Do?
Our tree surgery team can help you to handle all sorts of different things in addition to stump and root removal, tree pruning. They can also give you advice on how to take care of your trees and the plants around them in many ways. Here are a just a few of the different things that our tree service can do for your garden.
- Planting Trees
- Mulching Services
- Stump Grinding
- Tree Felling
- Tree Removal
- Tree Health Assessment
- Tree Planting Tips
- Tree Maintenance Guide
- Tree Health Problems
- Tree Pruning
- Tree Care Information
- Prune Fruit Trees
- Tree Maintenance Plan
- Stump Removal
Tree Felling And Tree Removal
Tree felling and tree removal is the main type of task that our Shipley tree surgeons are called upon to perform. If you have a dead or decaying tree or a tree that has been damaged in a storm then there is a danger that limbs may fall off or the entire tree may fall down. Limbs breaking off or the tree falling down could severely injure somebody or damage property and cars. We can safely remove the tree for you. Depending on the size of the tree and the area it is in we might be able to fell the tree in one piece or we might have to dismantle the tree and remove it in pieces. We will also remove the stump.
For more information on what our tree service Shipley can do for you feel free to get in touch with one of our team.
Tree Surgery FAQ
- How to burn out a stump?
- How to cut down a large tree?
- How to remove a large tree?
- How to remove a tree stump by hand?
- Tree surgeon vs arborist?
- What is the tree surgeon definition?
- What is a power stump grinder?
- How to remove a tree stump without a grinder?
- How to get rid of tree stumps quickly?
- How to trim a large tree?
- Do we use a tree stump removal chemical?
- What are the types of tree felling cuts?
- What are tree felling notches?
- What are some tree felling techniques?
- What is felling a tree against the lean?
- How to maintain trees?
- How to plant a potted tree?
- How to plant a tree seedling?
- Tree surgery techniques?
- What is an unhealthy tree?
- Planting trees benefits?
- How to plant a tree from seed?
- What do trees need to be healthy?
- How to prune tree branches?
- How to plant a tree in clay soil?
- How to keep trees healthy and strong?
- How to make a tree healthy again?
- How to fell a tree in the direction you want?
- How to get rid of unwanted trees?
- How to remove a small tree?
Shipley Postcodes We Cover
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For information on the other areas we serve visit our West Yorkshire Tree Surgeon page
Cleaning Up Your Backyard
More people have been realizing the value of DIY know-how - especially when it comes to maintaining the health of their trees! From planting to mulching and everything in between, people have really starting to exercise their green thumbs. Yet when it comes to tree -trimming, it's best to have a key set of tips under your belt before you start wielding those pruning tools; after all, one wrong move, and you can kiss that beautiful tree good-bye!
Here's what you need to know about successful DIY tree-trimming:
Safety First. Before you get started, it's important to protect yourself from any possible injuries, even if you're trimming a smaller tree. Remember to always wear a pair of goggles (this will prevent splinters from getting into your eyes), thick pruning gloves and a helmet. Additionally, make sure that any ladder you use is sturdy and firmly rooted on the ground - otherwise, you could seriously injury yourself in a fall. After all, your tree-trimming efforts will go to waste if you end up in the hospital!
Whether your tree trimming in Twin Falls Idaho or anywhere else the process is not that difficult. If you are not sure whether you can do it yourself consider hiring a certified arborist as the expense is insignificant when compared to the immediate results.
For More information or to book an appointment with one of our Shipley arborists call us today.
How to Start Your Own Stump Grinding Service Business
Ash juniper trees are native to Texas. Many Texans hate these trees though. The male trees produce large amounts of pollen from December into February to fertilize the female flowers. These trees are either male or female. The male trees produce pollen and the females produce berries. The pollen produced by the male trees travels through the air in thick clouds at times. If you live near one your yard and car gets covered with it. A lot of people are allergic to the pollen also and get what is called cedar fever.
Ash juniper is often referred to as cedar but it isn't a cedar tree. It is referred to by many names: Texas cedar, mountain cedar, rock cedar, blueberry juniper, enebro and cedro. Many people call it a cedar because the ash juniper is aromatic like cedar and has the same insect repelling qualities.
Ash junipers can grow in very poor soil and need little water. They can grow in full sun or in the shade. However, they grow very slowly in full sun and tend to branch out a lot near the bottom making them look more like a shrub. They can grow more upright in shady conditions if they are planted amongst other things and are crowded. Austin tree service professionals prune these trees to allow the trunks to grow straight and then they develop a nice crown.
Ash junipers are not stately trees like live oaks but are an interesting complement to them and other trees in a stand.
The ash juniper berries are blue and loved by birds. If you want to attract birds the female ash juniper berries will do this. These berries are popular in Northern Europe and the United States in marinades for meat, mostly pork but are also used in stews and soup. They have a sage like flavor that is both sweet and bitter. The oil is extracted from the trees and used as a disinfectant. Inhaling the oil from steaming juniper foliage clears the sinuses because the oil contains about 70% camphor. Camphor has a distinct odor that most people recognize because it is used in mothballs. Some people burn the foliage to disinfect the air.
The wood is very durable and is used in everything from cabinets to fence posts and in cedar lined closets and cedar chests. In fact, cedar posts have been used on ranches in Texas for many years by cattle ranchers to support miles of barbed wire.