Residential homeowners are keen on keeping their lawn with plants and trees, periodically clean their gardens and trim trees for unwanted branches and dead leaves. More often than not, they tend to cut their trees according to what they deem right to do. While their intention is good, as they see fit chopping a tree that goes against electrical wires or extends to next-neighbours, sometimes, their methods of doing so create more harm and damage to lives and property.
The majority of tree stumps, especially larger ones, will need removing by professional tree surgeons. Our Slaneys Tree Surgeons have all the necessary equipment to completely remove a stump, which often require the use of stump grinders.
There are however some circumstances when you can remove a tree stump yourself, we cover some of the best ways to combat tree stump removal below. More…
The National Trust may have to cut down 40,000 trees this year after a surge in ash dieback.
The charity has said 2020 has been the worst year yet for felling trees due to ash dieback, partly because of one of the warmest and driest springs on record. Furthermore, the Woodland Trust has stated ash dieback will eventually kill around 80% of all ash trees in the UK.