Tree Felling Service
Servicing Bognor Regis, Felpham, Chichester and all local areas within a 12 mile radius
What Is Tree Felling?
Tree felling is a critical aspect of arboriculture, often employed as a last resort when a tree poses a potential danger or is no longer viable.
Trees may need to be removed for various reasons, including decay, fungal infections, bacterial infections, or because they were planted in unsuitable locations.
In such cases, felling the tree becomes necessary to ensure safety and maintain the health of the surrounding environment.
What Does The Process Involve?
The tree felling process is complex and requires careful planning and execution. It involves:
Assessment: A thorough evaluation of the tree to determine the best method of removal. This assessment considers the tree’s size, species, condition, and its proximity to structures or other trees.
Safety Measures: Implementing safety protocols to protect property and individuals in the vicinity. This is especially crucial in urban or residential areas.
Skilled Execution: Employing specialized techniques and equipment to safely cut and dismantle the tree. The process may vary depending on the tree’s location and condition.
Disposal and Cleanup: Ensuring the safe removal of the tree and cleaning up the area post-felling, including the disposal of branches, leaves, and trunk.
Most Common Reasons For Tree Felling
The reasons for tree felling include:
Decay: Structural weakening due to decay poses a significant risk of the tree falling or losing large branches.
Disease: Fungal or bacterial infections can compromise a tree’s health and may spread to other nearby plants.
Safety Hazards: Trees that are dangerously leaning, or have damaged roots, can become unstable and pose a safety hazard.
Improper Location: Trees planted in unsuitable locations may interfere with buildings, power lines, or underground utilities.
Our tree felling service plays a vital role in managing tree-related risks. While the removal of a tree is often seen as a last resort, it is sometimes the most responsible course of action for both public safety and environmental health. This service requires a high level of skill, experience, and understanding of tree physiology, as well as a commitment to safety and environmental stewardship.
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