Cheshire

Lakeside Tree Care carry out comprehensive tree and woodland management services to Cheshire and the surrounding areas.

Removal of dead wood – for ecological reasons, only major dead wood is usually removed – although a more thorough job can be done if required.

Crown cleaning – removal of larger dead and diseased wood also split or rubbing branches, nests etc.

Crown thinning – removal of selected branches from within the tree crown so as to reduce its overall density.

Crown lifting – removal of lower branches so as to raise the canopy of the tree.

Crown reduction – reducing the height of the tree crown by an agreed amount, usually 25-30% and shortening relevant lateral branches so as to reshape and balance the tree crown.

Pollarding – the pruning back of young shoots to previous pollard points (usually annually) or severe pruning of the tree crown to primary limb stumps, so as to create a basis for future, regular pruning.

Fruit tree pruning – as and when necessary to keep your trees healthy and fruiting.

Tree felling – is undertaken usually and primarily by section. This is often due to the limited or restricted areas available for such works. We are therefore very able and experienced with the practices involved in these controlled fellings.

Hedge cutting and maintenance – we offer a regular hedge trimming service to keep your hedges looking neat and tidy. We can also reduce overgrown hedge trees into a formed hedge to be regularly managed.

Tree stump removal – is offered as an extra service when and where required. Maybe the tree stumps and / or roots are physically in the way, or the stumps may just be an eyesore. Removal can eliminate re-growth and also reduce the risk of cross-infection by fungal attack.

Access is not usually a problem.

Woodland management – we can inspect and maintain your land with a regular maintenance contract, ensuring your grounds are well-kept and healthy all year round.
For more information about the services we provide to Cheshire, or to discuss your requirements, please get in touch.