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Sid Valley Tree Surgery Tree Surgeons - Devon tree care

Tree Felling & Dismantle - Devon and Exeter

Sid Valley Tree Surgery surgeons - First class tree work in DevonSTANDARD FELLING
Sometimes it is necessary to fell a tree, this can usually be done by one of two ways.

Felling the tree from the base, this method is usually used in a wooded area or garden with adequate room and with little in the way. This method can be carried out with a high degree of accuracy.

SECTION FELLING
Section felling is the removal of a tree in a confined space, lowering each branch and trunk section in a highly controlled manner as to avoid any damage to nearby objects. i.e. houses, conservatories, or any number of things. This operation involves a qualified climber or person in a hydraulic platform, ropes, winches, pulleys, lowering devices etc. Our climbers are trained to NPTC CS38/30. 

THE END CLEAR UP
We at Sid Valley Tree Surgery prides ourselves in the fact that when all the works are completed, we leave the site clean and tidy, with only our work to admire.

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