We offer a full range of tree care, from tree removal to planting. All Colwood Land Care staff are highly trained, fully quilified and insured arborists who take great pride in the work they carry out.
Tree work carried out by Colwood Land Care is carried out to BS3998 Recommendations for tree work 2010.
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Hollow Beech being carefully dismantled.
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Beech dismantle due to structural unsafe,diseased with Ganoderma Applanatum
Beech dismantle, all the tree having to be carefully lowered with 3 telephone lines, house and solar panels below.
View from above on this large beech dismantle.
15% Beech reduction using correct growth points to prune back to, leaving a natural look.
Mewp roadside Chestnut dismantles.
JCB 434 moving timber.
Tree reductions, pruning, pollarding, deadwooding.
Cable and bracing.
We are specialists in large dangerous tree removals, with the use of top of the range rigging equipment we are able to carfully and safley dismantle any tree.
Colwood tree consultancy.
We offer arborist reports with our quilified tree consulatancy team.
Our quilified and insured consulant can offer advice and a comprehensive written report.
Our quilifed consulant can provide surveys of the:
Tree health & saftey.
Recommended work to be carried out.
Decay detection with the use of resistograpghs.
Applications for work to be carried out in TPO (Tree Preservation Orders) Conservation areas.
Mortage reports for house buyers.
Stumps that have been left from previous workers can be unsightly and be in the way of future plans in the garden. If you would like us to remove the stump for you please . If you would like a stump removed after a tree has been dismanted by us, we can cater for this as well.
Our grinders can fit through a standard gateway meaning we can access the hard to get to stumps. We also have larger grinders to deal with the biggest of stumps.
The by-product of grinding the stumps can be used as a mulch or removed if required.
Did you know that properly pruned trees live longer and retain a pleasing, natural appearance?
Tree pruning reduces the possibility of damage from high winds. Tree pruning also removes unhealthy or dangerous limbs that can easily fail in severe weather and allows more sunlight to reach through the canopy.
While maintenance pruning of most shade trees can be done anytime, certain species should be pruned at specific times of the year.