CROWN DEAD WOODING
Removal of any dead, broken or diseased branches.
Removal of specific branches that are rubbing or crossing, this method of pruning aims to permit more air and light through the canopy.
Removal of lower branches which usually intends to lift the canopy for better access underneath. Commonly done on trees via roads, public pathways and over buildings or structures etc.
Aims to reduce the overall crown size by no more than 30% through experienced/expert pruning practices. Usually done to reduce chances of failure, windthrow or if the tree is outgrowing its space.
A more drastic pruning technique that is only advised for certain species. It involves pruning all growth points back to the main trunk. This method is used to limit root growth and control of canopy height and spread.
The removal of a tree where there is no other option available, to ensure safety of persons or property. Can be either felled from the ground or climbed and brought down in small sections.
Grinding out of stump with suited machinery.
We offer all aspects of tree surgery and would be pleased to come and assess any issue or concern you may have. All work undertaken will be planned appropriately, with a written risk assessment. EAA are fully insured and highly qualified.
If we fell a tree, we would love to give you expert advice on what to replace it with and hope that for every tree removed another will be planted.