Crown Reduction. The reduction in height and/or spread of the crown (the foliage bearing portions) of a tree. Crown reduction may be used to reduce mechanical stress on individual branches or the whole tree, make the tree more suited to its immediate environment or to reduce the effects of shading and light loss, etc.
Pollarding is a method of pruning that keeps trees and shrubs smaller than they would naturally grow. It is normally started once a tree or shrub reaches a certain height, and annual pollarding will restrict the plant to that height.
Sectional dismantling is the removal of trees in small confined spaces or where access is poor or difficult. The removal of dead and dangerous trees in confined spaces and over obstructions and buildings is an exacting and specialised task.
The complete removal of a tree down to near ground level either sectional using advanced rigging techniques, or as a whole from ground level if the site permits. This work may involve the careful lowering of branches and timber so as not to cause damage or destruction to surrounding plants and structures. The stump will be left as close to the ground as possible but will be above soil level.
We can source a wide variety and size of plants and shrubs for various UK and EU suppliers.
Tree Hazard assessments.
British Standard 5837 Trees in relation to Construction – Recommendations 2012
Site walk over surveys.
Aerial inspection surveys.
Eagles Arboriculture LTD is a vegetation management and Tree surgery business based in Warwickshire, formed in 2015 by Marc Eagles a former supervisor for a national tree maintenance contractor, Eagles Arboriculture has grown to have a large portfolio of commercial and domestic clients.
Our specialised stump grinder can remove even the biggest of tree stumps with ease.
With MEWP certified staff we can carry out works to dangerous trees using a access platform, this will complete the works in a safe and controlled manor.
We understand what is important to our commercial clients – a fast response, a professional job completed on time and to budget. Site visits and close client liaison – we see ourselves as an extension of your team. We are responsive and proactive and have a can do attitude.
We tailor our systems to yours and work within the parameters set by you to develop efficient and smooth working practices.
We can be trusted to get on with the job causing minimal disruption whether on site or working in the public domain.
We have the capacity to mobilise specialist teams and equipment when needed. Our team members are qualified, experienced, knowledgeable fully insured and fully compliant.
Our commercial clients include contractors, developers, councils, housing associations, facilities management companies and Universities.
Types of commercial projects undertaken include pre -development site clearances, annual tree maintenance programmes, planting programmes and large landscape initiatives. Contract sizes of all value and length are considered.
BS5837 SURVEYS & TREE REPORTS
The four types of tree survey we offer are:
Walk-Over Tree Survey
This is the most cost-effective type of tree survey. All trees will be visually inspected but only details of those trees which are potentially hazardous or that need remedial work are recorded within the tree report. Clients with a large number of trees and a limited budget tend to favour this type of tree survey.
Full Tree Survey
This is the next, more detailed level of tree survey with details of every tree on site recorded within the tree report. Each tree is recorded on a tree survey schedule and plotted on a tree location plan. This type of tree survey suits clients who wish to have a full inventory of trees within their care.
Climbed Tree Survey
Occasionally, the extent of defects in a tree cannot be determined from ground level. In this case, the tree surveyor may recommend that a climbed tree survey is undertaken. Following the aerial inspection, a report detailing findings with photos and recommendations is produced.
BS5837 Tree Survey
British Standard for trees in relation to construction updated in 2012. This survey is for anyone planning or considering altering property/land containing or close to trees.
So whether you’re a homeowner wishing to learn more about the trees in your garden, or you’re an estate manager needing an in-depth survey of the surrounding trees on the premises, we are here to help.