There's a lot you need to know to cut ... tree is starting to lean to one side. If your tree no longer has leaves on it or there is a significant amount of pest activity, those are also signs that you ...
The first thing to do is determine your reason for removing the tree: Is it a lovely tree in the wrong location? Is it a large tree with a dangerous lean that poses a danger to people or property?
To decide if a tree should be removed, consider factors like tree species, health, trunk damage, hollowness, dead branches, position of dead branches and leaning ... it safe to cut down your ...
In addition to Andover, Thomas had another crew working ... part of the maple was cut by 8:45 a.m. Thomas said it typically costs $1,800 to $2,000 to cut down the tree. Beth Mazin, director ...
Mrs Bannister wants to cut down a Sycamore tree and an Elm tree. The Elm tree has a 'heavy phototropic lean' and the Sycamore tree is dead. She also wants a crown raise of some mixed deciduous ...
CREWS WITH FB TREE SERVICES SUSPENDED WITH ROPES AS THEY USE CHAINSAWS TO CUT DOWN THIS TREE. LEANING AGAINST THE HOME SO IT DOESN’T FALL. WE’VE HAD TREES GO THROUGH COMPLETELY THROUGH HOUSES ...
New shoots could still grow from one of the UK's most famous trees which was deliberately chopped down, but it will never ... might be able to coppice the tree, where new shoots grow from the ...
The tree, known locally as Three Oaks, and believed to be about 400 years old Work has begun to cut down a centuries-old ... meadows as part of the scheme. Another campaigner, Ray Gardner, said ...
They need to cut that tree down. It's leaning.' And he said ... She said she plans to advocate so this doesn't happen to another family, asking the county to check trees and cut them down ...
"It was well gone and was leaning over the path ... Hopefully, they'll plant another." Sam Meteer said: "Given the aesthetic value of this sadly cut-down tree, I would have expected at least ...
A TREE stump which has been described ... “If we could get it cut down to a possibly a lower level it would be better.” Another resident said: “It has been like this for years.
The trees were cut down by Oxford Direct Services, a company owned by Oxford City Council, which was contracted by Oxfordshire County Council to carry out tree maintenance across the county.