Chester Landscape Company can carry out most residential and commercial tree surgery tasks, are NPTC qualified, insured, and have over 15 years experience. We are a small business so our workforce is personally invested in providing you with a quality service. All our work is carried out safely, using appropriate equipment and practices, and we are careful to tidy up when we are done.
If you are considering having some work done, contact us and we will give you some free advice and a no obligation quote.
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If you are interested in any of these services or anything else tree related, contact us and we will arrange a time to come out and give you some advice and a free, no obligation quote.
Have a look below for some idea of what the different services involve.
Tree Pruning and Reductions
There is a lot of skill in pruning a tree so that it is left attractive and healthy. We have the experience to leave you with a result you will enjoy.
There are four main types of tree pruning: crown reducing, crown lifting, crown thinning, and deadwooding. The crown is the part of the tree consisting of its branches.
A crown reduction reduces the height and spread of a tree. The tree is pruned to leave a natural looking shape. This is often done to increase light levels, reduce stress due to excess weight, to disentangle the tree from overhead cables, or for aesthetic reasons.
A crown lift is the removal of the lower branches of a tree, increasing the amount of space under the crown. This can be done as an effective means of increasing the amount of light reaching the ground around the tree, or to provide better access.
A crown thin is the removal of the smaller branches from within the crown, reducing it in density and is only applicable to broad-leaf trees. This doesn't reduce the overall size of the crown. A thinner crown allows more light to penetrate and has less weight, reducing stresses on the tree.
Deadwooding is removal of dead branches from the crown. This is done for any deadwood that is likely to fall from the tree and cause an accident. It is considered best practice to only remove the potentially hazardous dead wood as it provides good habitat.
Tree felling is done in two main ways. If there is plenty of space a tree can be felled in one go, but often there are obstructions: fences, buildings etc. In this case the tree can be dismantled section by section, the pieces being dropped carefully or if necessary lowered to the ground. We have more than 15 years of experience carrying out this kind of work safely and efficiently.
A Complete Service
We can cut down your trees, grind out your stumps, and we even offer a turfing service.