Dangerous trees, left unattended can be a risk to property and life
If you own or are responsible for managing trees, you are liable for ensuring they are regularly inspected and maintained. Every day a dangerous tree is left unattended increases the risk to property and life.
We regularly work on behalf of both local authorities and private land and homeowners to keep homes, businesses and people safe from harm while ensuring roads and footpaths are kept clear.
Trees can suffer from a range of threats including physical damage from extreme weather or vandalism to disease caused by fungi and other micro-organisms. Sometimes, the extent of the damage will mean the entire tree will need to be felled or severely reduced.
In many cases, less drastic action is required. For example, a rotten limb may need removing to protect the tree while reducing the risk of the limb falling and causing damage or injury. Removing deadwood can also improve the appearance of a tree while pruning and reshaping may be all that is needed to protect road users from low hanging branches.
Called these guys when we had a big problem with a large bough of an oak tree in our garden had broken and was dangerously hanging and leaning against another tree. They came out within a couple of hours and dealt with it straight away and at a reasonable cost. Can’t recommend them highly enough
Don Thomson, Halwell
Specialist machinery and techniques
Only trained professionals should ever remove a large tree and even smaller trees can be dangerous if allowed to fall in the wrong direction. If in any doubt, please don’t take the risk and contact Kneebone Trees.
We have access to specialist equipment such as cranes and rigging to access even the hardest to reach trees. We are also trained and experienced in the techniques needed to manage a safe felling or pruning. Depending on the specific situation, we may use zip lines or ropes to control the descent of potentially lethal branches.
1. Call or Email
We will make a site visit and give you a price for the works and availability for when the work can be carried out.
2. book a time
Get yourself in our diary for a time to suit you within a time of up to two weeks of the work being accepted
3. Done and dusted
We arrive on time and carry out the works removing all the green waste or leaving a pile of fresh woodchip to use within your garden beds and pathways.
Tree safety and TPOs
As trusted local arboricultural professionals, Kneebone Trees can act as agents and liaise with the council where trees are subject to Tree Protection Orders.
For sensitive and complex tree safety issues we can act as consultants, drawing on the knowledge and experience of Chris Knapman, a tree conservation specialist.
For emergency situations (e.g. severe storm damage), we operate a 24/7 call-out service.