This mature Eucalyptus tree in Rode had got far too big in a very small garden so we were asked to fell it.
Slowly and carefully we started dismantling this oversized tree.
The following day we returned to safely lower the remaining trunks.
Here you can see the same job from the climber's perspective. In this picture two groundsmen are holding the rope that lowers the big lumps of timber that you can see stacked on the lawn
Here we felled a Douglas Fir within a Conservation Area in Trowbridge after gaining clearance from the Council. It was too close to the building and was blocking light from entering the
Here a Monterey Pine in Trowbridge had grown far beyond a suitable size for its surroundings and was disrupting a wall. It was felled.
This picture shows the finished job. The owner can now plant some easy to maintain shrubs and light can reach the beds underneath.
This morabund Macrocarpa tree in Kingston St Michael had to be felled. There was no need to section fell this tree as there was no risk to property. So in order to make the job as efficient as
possible, we were able to fell it in two bits onto the lawn
At the end of the day, the tree has been felled, the stump has been ground out and now the bed that the tree was in can be re-planted with new trees and shrubs.