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It was a pleasure to be brought in by Carringtons Tree Surgery to carefully pollard this large Ash tree. The tree has a fungal infection and therefore the trees natural decline will be sped up. Thankfully, the clients wanted to retain the tree and manage it through its decline. Yearly inspections will be carried out to monitor its progress. The crown spread over various obstacles, not least a greenhouse and was carefully rigged down using traditional and speedline techniques. 😊
This large Ash and Maple located upon a very steep bank, had given concerns to residents due to ground movement around the base of the trees. Carringtons Tree Surgery was instructed to carry out the works. Our lead climber & MD Jay was happy to join the team for the day. Both trees were rigged down using speed-lining techniques.
Thank you Westbury Tree Services for hiring us in to pollard this very large Ash tree. The M.D had a great 2 days working with their crew. The tree had some heavy decline in the upper crown and due to its location near property and landscaped areas, the whole tree was carefully rigged down.
The team carefully carried out a re-pollard on this Ash tree that was located on a raised bed and was overhanging a large water featured area. The team covered the area before works started to prevent dust and debris affecting the water system. (And yes, Jay did take a while to realise he forgot take a before pic)
This Oak tree had a TPO (Tree preservation order) and was reduced as per council spec. The spec was to reduce the crown back to old cuts (template prune), remove deadwood and remove a limb growing towards the lamp column. Due to its close location to properties much light is lost over time. So, works are carried out periodically every 4-5 years allowing the tree to recover and put on a healthy new crown.
The team did an amazing job removing these trees. Carefully rigging down awkward branches over sheds and garden furniture, to avoid any damage. The large stumps and roots were then removed using a stump grinder. The garden was left clean and tidy and ready for a new fence to finally be installed.