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YOUR CONSUMMATE TREE SURGERY PROFESSIONALS
Here at ArborMaster we can carry out tree felling, crown reduction, reshaping, or sectioning and dismantling those awkward or dangerous trees in accordance with BS3998. We have carried out large pieces of work for Carey Construction, Lochfield Park Housing Association, McClay Engineering and North lanarkshire Council. We are on Glasgow City Councils list of recommended contractors which should give comfort when choosing a reputable contractor to deal with your needs.
All our staff are fully NPTC and LANTRA qualified.
ArborMaster encourages the replanting of native species where practicable to create natural habitat.
ArborMaster can source most species of trees in different sizes and girths.
A dangerous tree is one that is likely to cause serious damage to property or injury to people. Many trees become unstable when entering the latter stages of disease – though perfectly healthy, young trees can also become a danger if damaged by severe weather.
TREE SURGERY WORK
TREE SURGERY IMAGERY
Have a look through our gallery above to see our recent work for Lochfield Park Housing Association in the Lochend area of Easterhouse, in Glasgows East End
DANGERS OF WATERLOGGED TREES
It’s a growing problem after all the rain we have been getting this year. Wet / waterlogged trees falling down. Waterlogging, especially when prolonged, will kill most trees/shrubs, by starving the roots of air, it kills by drowning trees.
If you are concerned about the stability or health of your tree, or maybe just need some advice call Arbor Master on 01236 723628.
ALL OUR STAFF ARE FULLY NPTC AND LANTRA QUALIFIEDTo scale and treat large scale trees.
Honey fungus is the common name of several species of fungi within the genusArmillaria. Honey fungus spreads underground, attacking and killing the roots of perennial plants and then decaying the dead wood. It is the most destructive fungal disease in UK gardens.
A tree hollow is a cavity in a living tree. Tree holes can be caused when an injury to the tree, such as breakage of a limb, creates an opening through the bark and exposes the sapwood. The sapwood is attacked by fungi and bacteria, which form a cavity in the bole of the tree.
The disease causes leaf loss and crown dieback in affected trees, and usually leads to tree death.