Tree pruning is the removal of living or dead parts of the tree, think twigs, branches, parts of the trunk and even the tree’s roots. It’s the most common tree work job that tree surgeons do, and there are lots of reasons why we do it.
Trees grow to the boundaries of their environment but sometimes they need a helping hand. The natural cycle of growth and dieback, storm damage, disease and pests are just some of the issues that make pruning a necessity. Human intervention also plays a part, such as the demolition or construction of properties which can result in serious problems in the future.
At Ali Wales Tree Solutions we carry out all our tree surgery work in line with the British Standard BS3998: 2010 for Tree Work. Our tree pruning work is planned and delivered to reduce the chances of structural failure and any risk to people and property. We of course will do everything in our power to prolong the tree’s life. The tree work will be laid out within a risk assessment and method statement.