Martin Blampied and his associates are specialist arborists, offering many services for the maintenance of trees.
Crown Thinning removes a proportion of secondary branches without altering the overall size or shape of the tree, in order to improve the light passing through the canopy, reducing the wind resistance of the crown and the stress of the load upon tree limbs, all especially important in mature trees.
Crown Reduction skilfully reduces the height or spread of the crown whilst maintaining the natural shape of the tree.
Crown Lift carefully removes lowest branches to allow more light, pedestrian, or vehicular traffic below.
Dead Wooding removes deadwood the tree canopy to maintain a safer environment below.
Felling is the complete removal of a tree to ground level, often necessitated by disease, age, or storm damage. It is important to not damage surrounding plantings or buildings.
Stump Grinding removes the stump and root of the trees to a depth of about 15 inches (37cm) by the use of a powerful machine with a high speed cutting wheel with tungsten carbide teeth. This allows for the planting of lawn or beds in that location.
Fruit Tree Pruning and training encourages higher quality and yield of fruit.
Pollarding removes all branches from the tree trunk.
Hedges of any height can be pruned as required, and should be maintained regularly, especially when adjoining neighbouring gardens. Unfortunately some varieties of hedging are allowed to become out of control and do not respond well to cutting back.
Debris, clippings, branches, and timber can all be cleared where required. Likewise, upon request chippings may be used as groundcover, timber cut up as firewood, and small debris retained to encourage wildlife.
Tree Cutting Surrey