Oakdale NE Ltd Tree Landscape Specialists

Tree Surgery, Tree Consultancy 

Grass, Vegetation & Weed Management

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oakdale (NE) Limited

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Phone: 01287 644555

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Crown Lifting

Crown lifting

Whenever more Head room is needed underneath trees, Clearance for People and Vehicles

Crown lifting is the procedure adopted. This involves the complete or partial removal of branches to give a specified clearance from the ground, to give unhindered movement around the tree.

Extensive crown lifting should if possible be phased over a number of years, with a view to providing some opportunity for physiological and biomechanical adaptation to the resulting wounding and branch removal.

Crown lifting should be avoided or minimized in mature or old trees if possible, since it can increase the probability of stem failure

Crown lifting that involves cutting back branches to the stem(s) should preferably not result in the removal of more than 15% of the live crown height

The effects on the tree of both seasonal factors and weather conditions should be taken into account before pruning is undertaken Ideally, as a general principle for maintenance of vitality,

trees should not be pruned during periods of water stress or during spring growth (when sugar and starch reserves are depleted), until new leaves have fully expanded and matured, or starch reserves have been replenished. Sufficient time should be allowed for a tree to recover following any damage or adverse management that might have increased its vulnerability to physiological dysfunction, before carrying out any further extensive pruning.

Any works should be planned so as to limit their potential adverse impact on wildlife generally; Wildlife & Countryside act ; i.e. Bird Nesting season

Testimonials

"It was an absolute pleasure working with you and such a professional organisation.    I look forward to working together in the future."

Mr Jim Croft Associate Director ( Heritage )

  “All the lads were well mannered
and very hard workers. I offered them
cups of tea but they’ve never had one,
they don’t stop. Great workers.”
 
Christine Wright, Derwent Bungalows.
 
 "It was an absolute pleasure working with you and such a professional organisation.  I look forward to working together in the future."
 
Mr Jim Croft Associate Director ( Heritage ).

"Thankyou for the service so far provided and can I add that the quality & response has been of the highest order , with no complaints whatsoever. I am highly delighted & look forward to a long working relationship".

Grounds Surveyor

“I would like to thank Oakdale Ltdfor the professional job they undertook when removing a large Horse chestnut tree from my back garden.

The crew never stopped working from the minute they arrived and caused no collateral damage which was amazing given the size of the tree and it's location.

I have no hesitation in recommending them to others.

Mr. G. Culley.

Thank you for the work done in my garden today cutting down my hazel tree and removing the holly trees.  Your two workers Scott and Brian did  a fantastic job and worked really hard and tidied the garden really well. I am really impressed yet again (a couple of years ago your company took down an enormous ash tree for me).
 
Elaine  Hunt.
 

"Thankyou for the service so far provided and can I add that the quality & response has been of the highest order , with no complaints whatsoever. I am highly delighted & look forward to a long working relationship".

Grounds Surveyor

 

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