This was an interesting job involving felling a large oak tree in Bramhall, Stockport. After pollarding, then sectionally felling the main trunk, we used our Carlton stump grinder to fully remove all traces of the tree.
You can see from the photos why our client needed the services of their local Arundel Tree Surgeons! The tree was causing substantial damage to the building as can be seen in the top image.
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Another successful cat rescue in Wilmslow, this time in the dark. The moggy was perched 5 meters out on a rotten branch, 15 meters up a mature Ash tree. Since our last cat rescue, it seems the feline community have embraced the media age… and are now happy to pose for photos!
Above: Pete Duckworth and the liberated Rupert.
The trees in the photos were being felled to make way for a small housing developement. Once the trunks were on the ground they were lifted out in 4m lengths by a JCB Fastrac mounted crane onto a trailer and removed for processing into firewood. The remaining branches went in to the chipper.
Sometimes, we can leave the chainsaw in the van! The call came through – a kitten stuck up a 35m Redwood tree in Wilmslow – children distressed – can we help? Arundel to the rescue. The tree was sizeable, and the only way to get at the scared moggy was to climb.
Ropes were prepared, bag at the ready.
Sectional dismantling a 20m tall Corsican pine in Altrincham.
This corsican pine was reduced to a 4m pole. Adjacent to a car park, we had to be careful of the immediate environment. The pole is scheduled for carving in October.
Felling of two Ash trees in Hale. Recommendation came from a customer who we previously trimmed conifers for.
We had two different conifers to deal in Hale, and close by in Sale.
The first was an overgrown conifer hedge that required full felling and removal. The second was much smaller in size and just required pruning.
We had an interesting crown reduction of a mature sycamore in Bowden.
Originally scheduled for felling, we suggested reducing the crown would give good results and remove the need for loosing a great tree.