Take a Bough's expert tree surgeons cover the Merton area
The London borough of Merton, situated in South London contains the main commercial centres of Mitcham, Morden, and Wimbledon as well as smaller centres of Raynes Park, Colliers Wood, South Wimbledon, Wimbledon Park and Pollards Hill. Although there is a wide range of housing stock and therefore a diverse array of tree species, Merton is predominantly made up of streets of terraced housing, which have small, contained gardens, Our Merton based clients expect our Tree Surgeons to be confident of carrying out the full range of tree services, from the various forms of tree pruning and reductions to tree removal, hedge trimming, pruning climbing plants and shrub pruning.
We have been providing our Merton Tree Surgery services to their trees and shrubs for over 12 years.
For tree surgeons, the density of housing implies that access to gardens is limited. This often means that our expert Tree Surgeons must complete their tree pruning or tree removal by using an access through the property. At Take A Bough, we are fully committed to respecting our client’s properties when using such access. This means laying appropriate dustsheets to protect flooring and using bags to removing green waste. This ensures that no damage occurs and the access is left clean and tidy. Small gardens tend not to have an abundance of mature trees, but more often small trees, hedges and shrubs, which require precise and relatively regular pruning. As Tree Surgeons, we are often tasked with finding a balance between the privacy that trees afford, and preventing trees from shading gardens and limiting the debris that they can produce. Our Merton based client’s trees also have an affect on neighbouring properties, and their concerns often influence the specification of the work that we perform.
Working as a tree surgeon in Merton
Skilled and professional Merton tree surgeons can limit any nuisance factors that a tree may cause whilst avoiding the need to perform tree removals. Trees in small gardens are often in conflict with buildings. By performing tree reductions, it is possible for trees to exist as environmentally beneficial and aesthetic features of a garden without posing a threat to foundations and walls. Small gardens, such as those often found in Merton often support a diverse mix of trees.
For tree surgeons, this requires being able to correctly identify and understand the trees in question and being able to perform a varied specification of tree services, whilst working in a confined space with limited access and at the same time protecting neighbouring properties and various boundaries
Our tree surgery services for Merton
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