Honey Tree Surgeons performed another tree felling and dismantling job today in St Albans, Hertfordshire. The tree was too dangerous to climb (as it was a dead tree and therefore unstable) so we used a “Narrow Access” platform to perform the removal.
We use these platforms when there’s a threat that the tree may collapse if climbed. It’s a highly specialised service, which overcomes many safety concerns. All our platforms range from 17 metres to 30 metres in height. They are best suited for projects that require narrow accessibility and uneven terrains. The tree was dismantled and felled by our 5-strong team of men.
As a specialist arborist and tree management company, our core services include tree surgery, tree maintenance and stump removal to clients in St Albans, Harpenden and Welwyn, as well as throughout Hertfordshire and nearby counties including Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Essex.
Due to the life-span of trees, all of them have to be felled at some stage, due to death, disease or structural issues. When human safety is a serious consideration, tree-felling becomes a high priority.
Like all our tree surgery projects, removing and dismantling trees is performed carefully and in manageable sections, often involving the use of professional equipment in very tight, rough terrain or complex surroundings and environments, such was the case with this project.
We believe in recycling tree waste, so once a tree is felled, we make good use of the wood by delivering cheap but good quality kindling and wood chippings (which is great for weed suppression) or seasoned firewood to local clients.