Element Tree Care is a Warwickshire based tree surgery company specialising in all aspects of Arboriculture and tree work on both a commercial and domestic scale. The company was set up in 2007 and has developed a good customer base from which the majority of work has been generated from recommendations and word of mouth.
The company places a high value on professionalism and quality workmanship. All work is carried out by FdSc qualified and NPTC certified arborists to industry standards (BS3998:2010 The British Standard Recommendations for tree work).
Element Tree Care carries full public liability insurance. We are CHAS Accredited Contractors. Drawing on extensive knowledge in the field of arboriculture, Element Tree Care work in partnership with each client. The priority of every job is to ensure customer satisfaction without compromising the correct working practices intrinsic to the health and vigour of every tree.
"You have exceeded our expectations and delivered on the brief. We like the way you kept us informed during the day in our absence. As with previous tree work you have proved yourselves excellent at delivering the goods. Thanks!" - Tim Allitt
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A reduction and shaping of a tree involves the removal of growth from every branch within the tree canopy forming a smaller, natural shape. Reductions are most commonly carried out in the form of percentages based upon 100% being the entire canopy. For example to perform a 25% crown reduction would be to make the canopy of the tree smaller by a quarter.
Crown thinning is the removal of selected branches within the canopy of a tree. Beginning by removing crossing and diseased branches the desired outcome is to make the centre of the canopy sparser. This allows more light penetration through the canopy in shady areas, reduces the wind loading of a canopy by allowing air to pass through more easily and can also be used as a pest control on fruit trees.
Pollarding is often carried out on trees in roadside areas, and those on riversides, but this method of tree management can also be adopted in the domestic garden. It is the removal of the entire canopy of a tree, pruning back to its main branches to form a skeletal style structure. The tree then shoots from the pruning points to re-form a canopy. This process is repeated throughout the life of the tree and is often used to make the canopy of large trees smaller and more manageable.
Coppicing is a form of husbandry used mainly in woodland management. It involves the removal of a tree to ground level enabling it to produce new growth from the stump. Certain species of tree react better to coppicing than others such as hazel, willow, ash.
By using a pedestrian grinding machine, tree stumps can be ground down to a depth of up to 12 inches below the soil surface. This not only hides the unsightly stumps but also allows re-planting.
It is always sad to see any tree removed as they are all a vital part of our ecosystem and our very existence. However when a tree does need to be removed, whether it is diseased, dangerous, or has simply out grown its position, it is important that it is removed in the safest way possible to avoid injury to people or damage to property.
1. Diseased Beech Crane dismantle.
2. Dead Redwood fell.
3. Ash tree fell - Construction site.
4. Removing conifer stumps using a pedestrian stump grinding machine.
5. Chipping on a job in Warwick using a Timberwolf Chipper.
6. Splitting firewood using a hydraulic splitting machine.
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