We Are A Specialist Tree Cutting Company
We offer the most proficient tree cutting services in the business. We have a number of years of practical experience in tree cutting and upkeep, and we are properly trained and verified.
We also service the following areas:
Arboriculture can be specified as the growing, management and in-depth study of specific trees, hedges and seasonal woody plants.
We are fitted with sector-leading tools (high-powered cutting devices, high-lift wedges, winches, pulleys, and strops) and we really believe an employee is only as good as their tools. To ensure that our jobs are performed with accuracy and high quality, we keep our tools and equipment well kept and totally serviced.
In contemporary times most of tree cutting is carried out with power tools like chain saws or electric saws. In older days, axes had been the tools of preference where an Arborist or Lumberjack would fell a tree by cutting a rear cut or bore in a tree’s base, which would then result in the natural centre of gravity to fall on the rear cut and ultimately result in the tree falling.
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We function to the highest BS criteria for tree cutting in the market and have all the essential resources at our fingertips to make sure safe and protected tree cutting and clearing.
We have a team of hard-working skilled people who will carry out their jobs quickly and efficiently.
We have some of the best gardeners and tree surgeons qualified to industry level standards.
We pride ourselves on delivering a premium tree & garden service for our local customers in Clonmel.
As we are a local tree & garden service provider we can keep our rates much lower than our competition.
Advanced Tree Cutting Procedures
This involves cutting a tree against its typical lean, which can be used for splitting a tree from its foundation. Usually, back pulling is carried out through use of a winch machine to stabilise the tree at the top, which in turn manages the descent.
This involves a predefined tree cutting angle so that a tree will fall under another one and both will drop concurrently. Usually this is done only in a woodland setting, as there is very little room to maneuver within domestic environments.