Stockport Tree Surgeons

Tree Removal Stockport

We are tree surgeons with over 19 years in the trade. This has allowed us the opportunity to build up a trusted local reputation for the services that we deliver. Are you looking for help with:

  • Tree felling
  • Hazardous tree removal
  • Pruning and reshaping
  • Stump grinding
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These services are available to all domestic and commercial clients. We tailor our services to each specific job. However, we bring our professional approach and vast experience to each. This ensures that the project is completed in a timely manner. This avoids as much disruption for our clients as possible.

This is a tree removal project in Bramhall, Stockport. The first image shows how incredibly tall the tree had become. It was now unmanageable for our clients and their request was to bring it down safely.

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What to consider for tree removal?

There are so many considerations, but the major ones are all based around safety.

  • You need to consider the proximity to the following:
  • Any buildings
  • Footpaths and public using them
  • Roads and cars using them
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We successfully removed the large tree. The images show the process to which this happened and the result we achieved. All of the material is taken away, unless our clients request us to leave it. It is our aim to ensure the smooth running of the tree removal process. This is both before the work starts, during the work and once the project has been completed. We offer ongoing customer care, and this has formed a huge part of our business over our many years.

Building a respected local reputation is absolutely paramount. If you have any questions about our tree surgery services or would like to request a quote for tree removal, please call today on 07855 859983. We offer a free, no obligation quotation process and are happy to answer any questions you may have.

Problem Trees Wilmslow

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Established trees in any garden can often become forgotten. Hidden behind shrubs and bushes, they are left for years and years, growing at a fast rate. It is so often the case that clients feel their trees became problematic quickly. Furthermore, once they were realised to be a problem that it was too late.

This is where we can help. We were invited to help remove this problem tree in Wilmslow, Cheshire. The tree had grown up the fence. This image shows just how large the tree was when we came to assist in its removal.

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As with our other tree removal jobs, a plan was formed in order to bring down the tree. This was completed carefully and successfully.

What is a Problem Tree?

The issues that can be caused by trees range in their complexity and severity. A tree may be problematic even by the fact that it has just grown too big and become unmanageable.

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It may be casting shadow onto your property or in fact those who live around you. The roots may be causing problems for buildings, driveways or other dwellings. You could be concerned that loose branches could fall and damage property. Another alternative is that the tree may have become diseased or may have even died.

Each of these issues can be problematic and may leave an individual looking for the help of a reputable, local tree surgeon. We are able to provide the assistance needed to deal with the problem tree. We take great pride in our work and have varied experience in the trade.

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Would you like to arrange a free, no obligation survey?

We aim to make it easy to contact us; you can call, e-mail, fill in an enquiry form. You can make contact through our social media. We will visit your property and provide you with a detailed quotation to complete the work.

We look forward to the opportunity of working with you.

Removing Fallen Trees Wilmslow

We were asked for our help to remove this fallen tree at Newgate Kennels and Cattery Ltd in Wilmslow, Cheshire. Fallen trees can provide many problems and can be dangerous if not tended to quickly.

How to Remove a Fallen Tree

Some might ask the question as to why you need to remove a fallen tree first. As well as it being an eyesore, it can also provide hazards. Further falling can occur, causing injury. It is also more than likely that the fallen tree is providing an obstruction. This means that it needs to be removed and the help of professional tree surgeons is often needed.

Firstly, it is important to ensure that you make the area around the tree safe. A fallen tree really can provide further danger and it is important that this is managed appropriately.

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You then need to start chopping the tree. There are a few considerations that need to be made for this. It is a good idea to start from the top to remove the tree’s branches. You can then work your way down until you have removed all tree branches. The tree trunk can then effectively be divided into manageable sections. Keep in mind that these should narrow as you get further down the trunk and it gets larger.

Once this process is complete; you will need to decide what is happening to the wood. If the wood can be re-used many will store it to use as fire wood. This is not always required or reasonable and so therefore disposal needs to be appropriately planned.

If you choose to keep the wood; make sure to move the pieces to a safe, dry area. Moving the wood can sometimes be problematic so careful planning is best.

If you choose to dispose of the wood; we are able to help grind the chunks into sawdust. This is then taken away for your convenience.

If you need help with removing fallen trees, please call today on 07855 859983.

A Day in the Life of a Tree Surgeon

Tree surgeons need to be accessible all of the time. Damaged or dangerous trees do not only happen in sociable hours. This is why we are open for business 24-hours per day. While we have our usual work load, we are also fast acting for emergency tree surgery work throughout Cheshire.

A large number of our clients get in contact during the winter months as they feel as though it is more realistic to remove tress while their leaves are stripped. They may feel as though it creates less mess and is more manageable. Therefore, we are always on hand to help; come rain or shine.

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This is a project we recently undertook. The trees had become too large and problematic. We carefully and skilfully took down the trees. These images show the process we followed and the difference it made. The area is now more open, lighter and brighter. There are no longer issues related to the tall trees and our clients were so pleased.

Some may not even realise the changes tree removal can make. Did you know that we undertake all aspects of tree surgery? Our work is completed to British Standard 3998 and we are fully insured to £5,000,000. This offers our clients absolute certainty that they are dealing with a professional Company. Our staff are exhaustively trained in all aspects of our work and we take great pride in our work.

Can tree removal be done in the Winter months?

While there may be some additional considerations; yes, tree removal and tree surgery work can absolutely be completed in the winter months. There are cases where the work is more straight forward when completed in the months where the trees do not have their leaves.

The colder weather may mean we need to be more rigid about safety or plan around the icy conditions. However, rest assured that we can undertake our work in almost any conditions. Call today to enquire about our services on 07855 859983.

What makes a professional tree surgeon?

There are many elements of the tree surgery trade. Each of which allows individual companies to provide a valuable service for both domestic and commercial clients. Individuals often consider it to be too much of a dangerous task take on themselves.

It is, however, pivotal that every element of the provision is taken seriously. This includes safety and consideration of impact on local dwellings. We have put together the following information to show what makes the difference so that we stand out as professionals.

  • Time-served experience
  • The ability to offer domestic and commercial work
  • Comprehensive insurance coverage
  • The fact that we own all of our own machinery
  • The way in which we operate our business; using sign written vans
  • Our professional manner and hard-working ethics
  • Our friendly and helpful approach
  • Evidence of our previous work
  • Testimonials from previous clients, happy to recommend our services

Find Confidence in our Approach

Each of these elements helps to provide our future clients with assurance when selecting a Company to complete their tree surgery work. When you are hiring a company, confidence in your selection is incredibly important.

These images show a job that completed in Wilmslow. The trees had become incredibly unmanageable and our clients needed help to transform the plot. The series of pictures show the machinery required, the work involved and in fact, the incredible result achieved by our skilled staff.

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Tree surgery WilmslowThe location of some trees is sometimes very challenging. There are many elements that need to be considered including public pathways, dwellings and tree protection orders. It may be that the problem trees are on an area fall on local council land.

We work with our clients to ensure that the best result with minimal disruption to their daily routines. If you would like to enquire about our services, please call today on 07855 859983.

Tree Surgeon Stockport

A reputable tree surgeon is an incredible asset. There are many elements of the work that can go wrong and the results can offer terrible consequences. We were asked to fell this Sycamore tree in Stockport. From the first image you can see how large the tree was beside the house.

Overgrown trees are knowingly problematic. The trees can restrict the light and the roots can cause problems for paving and buildings alike. Our client wanted the tree to be felled and wanted to find out more about their options.

Tree Surgeon StockportThe following images show the stages of the tree removal. Our skilful staff are trained in order to complete the process carefully and safely. We use all of our own machinery which is cared for and looked after in order to ensure its safety.

We take great pride in our work and enjoy taking on challenging tree surgery work. You will find that a lot of our competitors are not able to take on some of the larger tree removal work. Proximity to your house can play a pivotal role on the success of the job. Loose or falling branches can cause damage to your home so it is vital that this is avoided.

Once the tree had been cut down, the light flowed into this beautiful home. As part of the service we remove all of the branches. We have incredible wood chippers that successfully break down the branches. This powerful machinery is carefully selected through our experience in the trade.

Can We Help You?

Are you looking for tree surgeons serving Stockport? We have many more images of the local work we have completed on our Facebook page. Our aim is to make it easy for you to enquire about our tree services; we will answer your questions promptly. Get in touch today to find out more about how we can help you on 07855 859983. We are available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day!

What to do with Problem Trees and Hedges

It’s that time of year where many of our clients are ensuring that all work for their garden is planned for. Much of your garden work will be possible for you to complete. This is not always the case for problem trees and problem hedges. It may be that they are too tall for you to reach safely. Or it may be that they have overgrown to a point that is a challenge for you to manage.

A lot of our clients comment on the fact that they have not considered the waste created from such garden work. Once you start to prune trees and hedges, it soon becomes evident the sheer amount of green waste that is created. There is no way that your twice-monthly green bin collection can keep up with these requirements.

Therefore, a problem in itself can be created. Total Tree Services are happy to help with all your problem trees and hedges. We offer free estimates and good advice. We are fully insured, and our staff are fully trained.

Removal of Problem Trees and Hedges

This image shows work that we recently completed. We aim to make contact with us quick and easy. We are available anytime on via telephone on 07855 859983 or 0161 483 7816. You can contact us through Facebook or even through our contact form.

Removing problem trees StockportWe work hard to offer a service that exceeds your expectations. Our skilled staff are friendly and professional and will always go above and beyond to ensure that we offer the best-possible service.

Have you got trees that you consider being a problem? Enquire today; our advice would be to try and plan ahead.

We come to survey the work in order to offer a full and detailed quotations for the work due to be carried out. There are no hidden charges and we offer an open approach to all elements of our tree surgery work.

Tips for Dealing with Overgrown Trees

As time-served tree surgeons for Stockport, Manchester and Cheshire we are well-versed in what to do with overgrown trees. The important thing is to ensure that we offer valuable tips and advice on what you should do when faced with an overgrown tree.

Overgrown trees StockportThis may have been a property that you have just moved into or may be a tree that has been in your possession for many years. Either way, they aren’t always problematic. You may just want to ensure that you are in a position to appropriately care for your tree, rather than remove it.

Are the tree branches blocking light? Maybe the branches are blocking the view to your home? It may even be the case that your tree is overhanging a boundary into a neighbours garden.

We have put together these helpful tips on how to deal with overgrown trees;

Know your rights: any land owner is responsible for vegetation grown on their land and can be held accountable for that growing onto roadsides. If this growth goes onto public land, you may receive requests from your local council to deal with the problem.

You are also within your right to cut back any material that grows over onto your property boundary. By common law you must offer to return the cut material. However, if  there is any ongoing damage to the tree or hedge, you can in some cases be responsible.

Top tip: always check whether the tree that you are trimming is not under a tree preservation order. If it is, you will need consent from your local council to begin any work.

Undertake regular work: it is far easier to keep on top of large trees. This is possible in most cases, but exceptionally large trees may require the assistance of professional tree surgeons. In the cases where you are able to maintain the tree, ensure to trim branches regularly. Use machinery safely and always take your time. Disposal of the cut material needs to be done in the appropriate manner.

If you require the help of a time-served professional, we invite you to call Bostock Total Tree Services on 07855 859983.

“Fantastic company, a pleasure to do business with can highly recommend” John Smailes

Tree Reshaping and Pruning Tips

It is not always necessary to completely remove a tree. It may be the case that once it has been successfully pruned and re-shaped that it will be much more appropriately sized. Not every over-grown tree needs to be taken down, so reshaping and pruning is a cost-effective and viable option for many problematic trees.

Tree reshaping Stockport

Please note; if trees are suffering from disease or, are in fact dying, that pruning and re-shaping is not advised. We are happy to discuss all elements of the job with you prior to work commencing. It may be that we have some valuable advice for you that could save or elongate the lifespan of your beautiful trees. Feel free to ask us as many questions as you like; we are passionate about looking after trees and helping our clients to get the most from them.

It is a true fact that pruning, and reshaping is often overlooked. Maintenance of trees while they grow can be really beneficial to their overall growth. Did you know that it can even reduce the need for large-scale pruning in the future?

Tree Reshaping Tips:

Here’s a few tips that you may find useful:

  • Did you know that the frequency and extent of pruning required can be dictated by location?
  • Consider the following re-shaping services; crown reduction, crown thinning and crown lifting.
  • Don’t try to take on huge projects on your own; reshaping large trees can be hazardous and safety should always be put first.
  • Consider a longer-term solution. This is really important when planning ahead as a solution that may best suit right now, may not be the best long-term solution.
  • It is sometimes wise to consider if you have more than one problematic tree. A project that deals with a number of problematic trees or shrubs may work out to be cost-effective for you.

If you would like to arrange a quote or have questions about tree re-shaping please call today on 07855 859983.

Experienced Tree Surgeon in Stockport

These images show a job we completed in Torkington Park, Stockport. The first image shows how large the tree had grown in comparison to the house. This happens over many years but some of our customers report that once the tree becomes problematic, it can mean they need urgent help.

The following images show the process of reduction (and the sheer amount of wood created from that process).

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There may be a few different reasons as to why a tree may need felling; these may include the fact that it has died, is dying or has become dangerous. In any of these circumstances, it is pivotal that caution is used when tree felling.

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We have formulated the following four-step guide for felling a tree, however, our best advice is to be careful and never push the boundaries of safety.

Here’s our 4-step Guide to Tree Felling:

  1. The first cut is a horizontal cut, this should be a third the width of the tree.
  2. The second cut is a wedge cut, which should meet the horizontal cut. From this, a piece of wood should drop out which resembles a segment of orange. This will determine the direction the tree will fall in.
  3. The third cut is to the back of the ‘V’ of the wedge cut. Make sure you leave a substantial piece of holding wood (the hinge) of which the tree will pivot and fall. Important: this is determined by the size of tree you are felling.
  4. When the tree starts to fall use your escape route to the safe area. This should be pre-planned and discussed in detail with any other individuals helping to complete the task.

It is highly likely that after reading the above information that you may be feeling overwhelmed. This does depend on the size of the tree, but if you are looking for further advice please call today on 07855 859983.