We always keep an element of flexibility in our diary in order to accommodate any emergency calls we might receive for tree work that has to be dealt with immediately.
Sustained winds and an increased frequency of storms seem to be bringing down more trees than ever so we’re always on hand to deal with any windblown trees and branches.
We also work with schools and nurseries, removing any rotten or unsafe branches. Removing hanging branches that have broken but are stuck in the tree and removing deadwood to ensure the safety and wellbeing of the children and staff.
This image shows Phil in a huge cedar at a nursery in Frodsham removing any deadwood and snapped and dangerous branches.
This image is taken from the top of a neighbouring tree where three stems of a large mature oak had torn out of the main truck in opposing directions, thankfully into a farmer’s field where no one was injured, and it only needed clearing away. Neighbouring trees were also lightly damaged and needed making safe.