Tree Surgeons Halesowen main job is tree removal and felling, pruning land clearance as well as general maintenance and care of trees. It is considered a job with considerable risks and can be very dangerous without having proper experience and the right equipment.
A tree surgeon must be physically fit, comfortable working with power tools and capable to work outside in all conditions.
What does a Tree Surgeon do?
Tree surgeons Halesowen firstly carry out the important task of risk assessment and a full site assessment to properly assess the scale of the job and the scope of work involved. If there are any potential risks to safety or the environment, they detail how they will mitigate against them and deliver the service in the safest way possible.
They also must consider how long the work will take and if any disruption will be caused to the surrounding area such as traffic management measures. If this is the case, usually permission from the local council needs to be given.
Once the quote for work has been approved, the work will be arranged by tree surgeons Halesowen. If a tree has many dead branches, the removal process will begin first, often by experienced ‘climbers’ cutting the tree down section by section. By removing dead branches, it stops the risk of the overall tree from collapsing.
If the remaining tree trunk needs to be removed, it needs felling in a controlled manner. There are different types of equipment and members of the team to cover all bases to ensure absolute care is always given.