Services at Bennetts tree care Ltd
Thank you for your interest in our services. Through dedication to our customers and our commitment to quality, we feel that we can offer you the best Tree Care & Landscape service.
Our goal is to create satisfied customers out of each and every contact. To assist us in this effort, while offering you savings, we provide free estimates.
Bennetts tree care Ltd operate throughout the south east of England and surrounding areas.
Once an appointment has been made Paul arrives at the specified time and carries out a site assessment.
A quotation is then provided usually within 24hrs via email or on site. All costs are clearly itemised and specified.
If a client wishes to proceed then Bennetts Tree Services Ltd takes care of all factors such as parking control, tree preservation constraints and liaison with other parties.
The team arrive at the specified time to carry out the job. We provide clear, transparent quotations and invoices - any extra costs are clearly displayed and agreed upon before commencement of work.
Providing our clients are happy an invoice (for the agreed amount) is sent.
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MORE INFORMATION ON TREE WORK
Branches causing obstruction to footpath, driveway, etc. Branches blocking streetlight or road signs. Recommendation by Arborist (Tree Surgeon). Subsidence damage to property.
Examples of Proposed Work
These are some of the approved techniques as described in the British Standard: "Recommendations for Tree Work (BS3998)". This will help you decide what might be the most appropriate for your tree and will enable you to use the correct terms to describe your intended works. A combination of these techniques may be used or other methods not specified here. We will provide you with detailed advice.
This is carried out to increase the clearance between the ground level and the lower branches either to allow access below the tree, to clear sight lines, improve views or allow light to penetrate to the ground.
This is done to allow more light through to the crown without altering the overall shape and size of the tree. Crossing or rubbing branches are removed together with diseased wood. The tree is then pruned to reduce the crown density whilst retaining a natural shape.
This is a more extensive and severe form of pruning and is used to:
1. Reduce the weight of potentially dangerous limbs.
2. Balance a misshapen tree, for example, following storm damage, or after bad pruning.
3. Prevent trees obstructing or damaging buildings and property.
4. Prevent trees from interfering with overhead telephone and power lines.
Pruning as indicated above may not always be necessary or desirable and inspection may reveal that only one or two branches require pruning.