This week Tree Care Extraordinaire was in the village of Parbold in West Lancashire for a spot of Tree felling.
Parbold dates back to the late 12th century with thousands of trees throughout the village and a small population just shy of 3,000. Many of the ancient trees scattered throughout Parbold have now seen better days and have unfortunately been taken over by rot, splitting and other decaying fungi.
Our clients property was identified with numerous dangerous Alder and Birch trees which had started to decay at the base, with some even splitting up the main stem which had created a huge safety risk to the both our clients and their property.
The Tree Care Extraordinaire team got to work in felling the damaged trees in a safe and controlled manner after fully evaluating the surroundings and working together to get the task at hand completed.
Our clients now have peace of mind knowing that thee damaged trees have been removed with other trees given the all clear to ensure no further action is required in the immediate future.
It’s vital to ensure that decaying trees are identified and analysed for the best course of action. Root rot can cause trees to fall and wood decay can weaken the tree from within making it hard to see any further damage. Weakened limbs from trees can fall with damaged trunks possibly toppling without warning.
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