In some cases trees need to be entirely removed, sometimes due to disease, subsidence, danger, or they may have simply out-grown their location. Arborist Tree Care are very experienced with complete tree removals, using our extensive range of machinery, we can ensure that the tree is removed safely avoiding any damage to the surrounding area. We also offer a stump grinding service to remove the base of the tree and root ball if required.

Out tree removal services include:

Felling

Where space allows, our team of highly experienced arborists can make a series of cuts close to the base of the tree allowing the tree to fall in a controlled manner in a specific direction. We have developed techniques through years of experience to minimise the impact on the ground and when removing large trees will often partially dismantle them before felling.

Click arrows to see examples of our work

Dismantling

It is often the case in residential areas that there is not enough space free of obstacles for the tree to be straight felled. Our arborists are highly trained and experienced in dismantling trees in a safe and controlled manner, specific to each tree and available work space. If required, we utilise additional rope systems to control the dismantle into manageable sections that are lowered to the ground. This is known commonly as ‘Rigging’.

Click arrows to see examples of our work

Rigging

Our team of arborists are trained and experienced in appropriate rigging techniques that allow us to safely dismantle trees in a controlled manner, removing sections piece by piece and lowering them at a controlled pace into the designated work area. Our practices meet Government, HSE & LOLER regulations. In extreme cases where there is no available work area below the tree but there is nearby access, cranes can be utilised to mechanically lift the sections clear of the area.

Click arrows to see examples of our work

© 2017 Arborist Tree Care are a team of friendly and professional tree surgeons working within Sheffield and the surrounding areas

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.

Close