Deadwood Removal

Richardson Tree Surgery provide a Deadwood Removal service. Deadwood is where branches or limbs die off within a tree and can either break off or become vulnerable. These limbs can then fall during high winds and storms. If dead limbs are left, they will affect the overall health of the tree, since rot can set in and spread to healthy areas of the tree. This is a vital service for trees in areas of high traffic, ensuring that deadwood doesn’t fall and risk injury, damage, or even fatalities.

Deadwood is either removed or shortened, depending on the species and condition of a tree. It’s therefore vital that deadwood is treated by specialists, who know the best ways to treat and assess trees by their species and individual merits.

Deadwood can also provide vital habitats for wildlife, and this is also considered when assessing deadwood.

After the Deadwood has been removed, the wood is either recycled, or taken to nearby farms, carpenters, and lumberyards, or it can be left if required/requested.

At Richardson Tree Surgery, we recommend annual deadwood inspection of your trees, especially in busy or public areas. Richardson Tree Surgery can provide this, alongside the task itself, and have a proven track-record of doing so in Cambridgeshire and the surrounding areas.

We also have access to all necessary specialist equipment, and have the licences, experience, and insurance required to operate these in a safe, swift, and considerate manner. This includes items such as safety gear, climbing equipment, chainsaws, cherry pickers, and more.

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