Neil Buckley Tree Services
125 Lancaster Road
T: 01524 736321
M: 07929826852

Tree Felling & Sectional Dismantlement

Tree felling is the removal of tree(s) to ground level. This takes the form of a straight fell and can be carried out at any time of the year except in the presence of roosting bats or nesting birds (except in certain defined circumstances).

Sectional felling or dismantling techniques are used for trees which cannot be felled for reasons of space or proximity to vulnerable structures.

Trees are usually only removed entirely when there is no other option. This may be for safety reasons as when a tree is decaying or dead, their location to property & buildings, highways, gardens, and even other trees.

Tree felling within the confines of a property, particularly in an urban environment, can be an intricate and potentially dangerous process. Because of this most trees need to be dismantled. We use the latest and most up-to- date rigging equipment and techniques including our own MEWP (mobile elevated working platform) allowing our operatives to safely and efficiently dismantle trees with the minimum of disruption to the client and the general public and the impact to the working area below.

We have recently carried out dismantling trees along the Thirlmere to Bolton water pipelines and a Roman Historic site in Lancaster.

No two trees are the same and each may require very different methods of controlled felling and removal. We will advise on the safest and most cost-effective method in each situation.

Sectional dismantlement    cutting the stem

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