Tree Surgeons Redditch
Bromsgrove based C.J.Tree Surgeons cover the whole of the Redditch area, offering a comprehensive tree surgeon and garden maintenance service. This includes tree cutting and thinning, hedge trimming, dead wooding and tree removal. We offer free quotations and estimates, we’re fully insured and we clear away all rubbish when the job is complete.
Our Tree Surgeon Services include:
If you’re based in the Redditch area and are looking for a local, professional and reliable tree surgeon service we can help!
Redditch Tree Surgeons
We are specialist Tree Surgeons and arborists covering Redditch and the local surrounding Worcestershire area. Our tree surgeon services are centered around tree and hedge cutting, covering everything from conifer cutting and maintenance through to the dismantling, felling and removal of larger trees. C.J. Tree Surgeons are fully qualified and insured and we always remove and dispose of all garden waste and debris created during our time at your property. We offer a wide range of tree and garden maintenance services. For a free estimate please get in touch!
Hedge maintenance and trimming is usually carried out between the spring and summer months. Long standing and well established Hedges require regular trimming to keep them dense and compact. For formal hedges we would recommend more frequent trimming than informal hedges. Hedge trimming can be carried out to your exact specifications. Please speak to James about your specific requirements.
Tree Removal Redditch
Prior to removing a tree we will assess the tree and it’s immediate environment and establish the best course of action to fell the tree safely and to avoid damage to the surrounding areas. Tree felling may be required where a tree is diseased or damaged and where other pruning techniques are not possible or where a tree is causing damage to surrounding property. We can also help with tree stump removal and stump grinding to remove all trace of the tree.
Pollarding is a method of pruning that controls the size of trees and shrubs so they don’t grow to their full natural size. It is normally started once a tree or shrub reaches a certain height, and yearly pollarding will restrict the plant to that height.
Branches are removed from within the top part of the tree to make it appear less dense.
This the removal of dead limbs or branches from a tree without which the dead wood is likely to break off or could become dangerous. Removing the dead wood from a tree reduces the weight and therefore the risk of branches falling or breaking off in storms or strong winds. If dead wooding is not carried out then as well as the safety aspect there’s also the risk to the health of the tree. Dead wood can attract pests and disease which can spread to the remaining healthy areas of the tree. As with all our tree surgeon services we can advise on the best course of action for your trees and hedges.
Crown raising involves removing the lower branches of a tree to create extra space under the tree. This is often necessary for access purposes where you need to pass under or space to park beneath a tree. Crown raising or ‘crown lifting’ and the trimming of foliage for the remaining branches reduces the overall weight from a tree which means it should lift up naturally. It also allows more light to pass through. This is particularly if trees are blocking light into your property.
Crown reduction is an important part of tree maintenance and reduces the shape and size of the tree. Foliage is cut from around the outer edge into the crown of the tree and cuts are made close to a partnering limb or to a bud to reduce the risk of disease or limbs dying off. Crown reduction reduces the weight of the tree and can prevent dangerous snapping in poor and windy weather conditions. We are happy to make recommendations for the percentage of reduction required. Our priority is ensuring the health of the tree is maintained whilst achieving the best structural and aesthetic results. We can also help with tree shaping please ask for details.
Fruit Tree Pruning
Fruit tree pruning is the cutting and removing of parts of a fruit tree. It covers a number of horticultural techniques that control growth, remove dead or diseased wood, and stimulate the formation of flowers and fruit buds.