Tree safety work made easier with a MEWP

A recent tree safety project at a complex of flats saw us remove the dead wood from over 40 mature trees of mixed species. Amongst the canopy of these trees were some large pieces of dead wood which had potential to cause damage to targets below, posing a threat to buildings, vehicles and people using … Continue reading Tree safety work made easier with a MEWP

Recent works…

We have been carrying out a variety of tasks over the past few months - A mixture of tree maintenence and hazardous tree removal. Below are a small selection of jobs completed. Using rigging techniques to section fell a decayed Scots pine - a tight drop zone meant that every care had to be taken … Continue reading Recent works…

Crown reduction revisited…

Carrying out a sympathetic crown reduction on a large broadleaf tree is something that gives an arborist immense satisfaction. On revisiting¬†the property of a long standing customer to discuss further tree works, I had the pleasure of seeing the results of a pruning task carried out two years ago on a very large mature beech … Continue reading Crown reduction revisited…

Dead wood removal works

Recently we have been concentrating our efforts on aerial tree work to remove deadwood and 'hanging branches' from various trees around Dorset. often a common problem with Pine trees common to Poole and Bournemouth, deadwood and 'hangers' (as we call them!) pose a threat to buildings and more importantly people that may be below them.¬† … Continue reading Dead wood removal works

Study with Treelife AC… level 4 diploma in arboriculture

Peter Hart is currently studying with Treelife at westonbirt arboretum on a part time level 4 diploma in arboriculture. The course covers plant science, pests and diseases, tree biomechanics, planting and design, woodland management, trees in the built environment, law and tree roots and construction. The workload and level of study is incredibly intensive but … Continue reading Study with Treelife AC… level 4 diploma in arboriculture