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Heartwood Trees Scotland

Crown raising Removal of lower branches to increase ground clearance - provides better access. Crown reduction Trimming the tree in such a way that its overall size and shape reduces - provides increased sunlight to the surrounding area. Crown thinning Removal of certain branches within the overall structure of the tree - provides increased sunlight as well as keeping the tree balanced provents future die backs. Dangerous tree work Removal of some or the entire tree - prevents personal injury or damage to property. Felling Complete removal of a tree down to ground level - provides access and sunlight. Pollarding Removing a substantial amount of the tree crown and then regularly pruning at set intervals - provides long lasting access or sunlight without removing the tree completely. This is not a recommended approach to tree care. Pruning Removing small amount of the tree crown - provides a more balanced tree appearance and prevents branches from obstructing property. Planting Small and large scale tree planting service - provides a lasting memorial to loved ones or supports corporations'' legally binding carbon offset targets. Safety inspection Risk and safety inspection reports as part of your health & safety standards Site clearance Remove trees and shrub from brown field land or allocated construction sites - provides access for future construction and compliant with legal wildlife protection schemes. Storm damage Urgent rectification to trees - prevents further personnel and property damage. Stump grinding Removal of tree stump at or near ground level - provides access for future construction. Felling/sectional felling of any sized trees We see felling as a last resort, however sometimes trees are planted in the wrong place, have become diseased or dangerous, or have simply come to the end of their life, and so removal is the only solution. Pruning There are many different reasons why a tree may need to be pruned. Large trees may benefit from being crown-reduced in order to keep their size under control. Crown thinning can be useful to allow more light through the tree and reduce the likelihood of wind damage. Crown lifting involves removal of lower limbs, again to allow more light or access under the tree. All trees will also benefit from general maintenance pruning such as dead-wooding and removal of weak or suppressed growth. Planting Can involve planting, staking and mulching of new trees. Consultancy and Hazard Assessments Heartwood Trees Scotland is proud to offer a consultancy service using fully qualified, fully insured Arboricultutal Association registered consultants. When trees are located in public areas such as parks or commercial grounds or even private land, and especially where the tree overhangs neighbouring land such as footpaths, roads or car parks it is an essential part of responsible tree ownership to ensure they are regularly inspected by an experienced arboricultural consultant. Tree management can then be undertaken by fully qualified arborists (Tree surgeons) to reduce the risk of tree failures, while the report from the consultant, detailing the appropriate work recommendations will demonstrate that the tree owner is acting responsibly and discharging their duty of care. It is essential to know that trees may sometimes appear sound and healthy but are actually not and may be liable to collapse or failure. Tree hazard assessment is an integral part of responsible tree ownership. Predictable tree failure as a result of inadequate management can result in litigation, high insurance claims, property damage, personal injury or death. Other reasons why some of our clients request reports: Tree surveys - Planning applications Development site tree preservation/protection monitoring service Tree root investigations and advice (Planning/Development and construction) Tree surveys - safety and condition Tree inspection - hazard analysis (ground level and aerial inspection) Tree decay detection and reporting (Resistograph and Tomograph assessments) Tree stock management (Local Authorities, Schools, Housing Associations) Expert Witness testimony for Planning Appeals and litigation Arboricultural Contract monitoring and management Tree reports for mortgage and insurance purposes and tree-related building damage

Heartwood Trees Scotland
131 Harbour Place, Dalgety Bay, Dunfermline KY1 9GG
Dunfermline
Fife
KY1 9GG
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Crown raising Removal of lower branches to increase ground clearance - provides better access. Crown reduction Trimming the tree in such a way that its overall size and shape reduces - provides increased sunlight to the surrounding area. Crown thinning Removal of certain branches within the overall structure of the tree - provides increased sunlight as well as keeping the tree balanced provents future die backs. Dangerous tree work Removal of some or the entire tree - prevents personal injury or damage to property. Felling Complete removal of a tree down to ground level - provides access and sunlight. Pollarding Removing a substantial amount of the tree crown and then regularly pruning at set intervals - provides long lasting access or sunlight without removing the tree completely. This is not a recommended approach to tree care. Pruning Removing small amount of the tree crown - provides a more balanced tree appearance and prevents branches from obstructing property. Planting Small and large scale tree planting service - provides a lasting memorial to loved ones or supports corporations'' legally binding carbon offset targets. Safety inspection Risk and safety inspection reports as part of your health & safety standards Site clearance Remove trees and shrub from brown field land or allocated construction sites - provides access for future construction and compliant with legal wildlife protection schemes. Storm damage Urgent rectification to trees - prevents further personnel and property damage. Stump grinding Removal of tree stump at or near ground level - provides access for future construction. Felling/sectional felling of any sized trees We see felling as a last resort, however sometimes trees are planted in the wrong place, have become diseased or dangerous, or have simply come to the end of their life, and so removal is the only solution. Pruning There are many different reasons why a tree may need to be pruned. Large trees may benefit from being crown-reduced in order to keep their size under control. Crown thinning can be useful to allow more light through the tree and reduce the likelihood of wind damage. Crown lifting involves removal of lower limbs, again to allow more light or access under the tree. All trees will also benefit from general maintenance pruning such as dead-wooding and removal of weak or suppressed growth. Planting Can involve planting, staking and mulching of new trees. Consultancy and Hazard Assessments Heartwood Trees Scotland is proud to offer a consultancy service using fully qualified, fully insured Arboricultutal Association registered consultants. When trees are located in public areas such as parks or commercial grounds or even private land, and especially where the tree overhangs neighbouring land such as footpaths, roads or car parks it is an essential part of responsible tree ownership to ensure they are regularly inspected by an experienced arboricultural consultant. Tree management can then be undertaken by fully qualified arborists (Tree surgeons) to reduce the risk of tree failures, while the report from the consultant, detailing the appropriate work recommendations will demonstrate that the tree owner is acting responsibly and discharging their duty of care. It is essential to know that trees may sometimes appear sound and healthy but are actually not and may be liable to collapse or failure. Tree hazard assessment is an integral part of responsible tree ownership. Predictable tree failure as a result of inadequate management can result in litigation, high insurance claims, property damage, personal injury or death. Other reasons why some of our clients request reports: Tree surveys - Planning applications Development site tree preservation/protection monitoring service Tree root investigations and advice (Planning/Development and construction) Tree surveys - safety and condition Tree inspection - hazard analysis (ground level and aerial inspection) Tree decay detection and reporting (Resistograph and Tomograph assessments) Tree stock management (Local Authorities, Schools, Housing Associations) Expert Witness testimony for Planning Appeals and litigation Arboricultural Contract monitoring and management Tree reports for mortgage and insurance purposes and tree-related building damage