Take a Bough's expert tree surgeons cover the Fulham area
Located in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, Fulham lies on the north bank of the River Thames between Putney and Chelsea and is one of London’s most desirable places to live. As with many of the areas that our London based Tress Surgeons work in, Fulham offers a wide variety of housing stock and therefore trees and gardens.
Take a Bough have been taking care of Fulham’s tree surgery services for over 12 years.
When possible, trees in confined spaces require regular and thoughtful management and maintenance, something our London based tree surgeons are adept at. As a historic area and somewhere that has many green spaces and public parks, Fulham has many conservation areas and we are happy to comply with the council restrictions and complete the application on our client’s behalf. In congested areas, such as Fulham, health and safety, when performing tree surgery operations, is of paramount importance. We complete risk assessment as a matter of course and are happy to explain and talk through all the risks and the management of these risks with our clients, during the free site visit and quotation process. If you require our tree surgery services in the Fulham area, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Working as a tree surgeon in Fulham
Many of our clients view their trees as an asset to the properties and employ us to maintain them as such. We perform many precise and considered tree reductions in the area, as well as necessary tree removals. We always prefer to retain trees where possible and are able, through a variety of methods and processes such as Crown Reduction and Crown Thinning, to prune and manage trees in such a way as to prevent them from creating problems for our clients and their neighbours, whether it is the shade and debris that they can create, or preventing trees from causing damage to properties and their foundations.
Our tree surgery services for Fulham
Read about the tree surgery methods and processes that can resolve your tree issues.