At CL Treecare we pride ourselves on giving a first rate professional, friendly and affordable service. Based in Torquay we work regularly across Torbay, Teignbridge, the South Hams & Exeter, and are rarely beaten on price.
Established in 2005 we have a wide and growing customer base, a lot of our work is repeat work but we also perform one-off jobs for new customers..
We are qualified in all aspects of tree surgery from pruning to tree dismantlement and hedge trimming/reduction/thinning. We are always considerate to your neighbours and surroundings and will work with you to ensure that there is as little impact on neighbours or other businesses as possible, taking care to clear up all branches and any mess. We will also advise on a schedule of maintenance to ensure ongoing good health of trees and hedges.
Pruning is one of the most common tree surgery services provided by CL treecare. It involves removing dead or diseased branches, as well as those that are crossing or rubbing against each other. Proper pruning can improve the tree's appearance, promote healthy growth, and reduce the risk of damage or injury.
This is typically done when a tree is dead, diseased, or posing a hazard to people or property. CL Treecare tree surgeons will carefully cut down the tree, often in sections, to avoid damage to surrounding structures or vegetation.
After a tree is removed, tree surgeons can also remove the stump from the ground to create more usable space.
Crown lifting involves removing the lower branches of a tree to create more clearance between the ground and the lowest branches. This technique is typically used to provide more space for people, vehicles, or structures, or to improve the appearance of the tree. It can also help to promote air flow and light penetration through the tree canopy, which can be beneficial for the tree's health.
This involves shaping a young tree by selectively removing branches to encourage proper growth and structure. This technique is typically used to establish a strong, healthy framework for the tree as it matures. Formative pruning can help to prevent weak branch attachments, crossing branches, and other structural issues that can lead to problems later in the tree's life.
We can also trim and shape hedges to create a more manicured appearance, or to promote healthy growth.
pruning techniques, including shearing, thinning, and selective pruning. Shearing involves using hedge trimmers to create a uniform shape and size, while thinning involves selectively removing branches to improve air flow and light penetration. Selective pruning is used to remove dead, diseased, or damaged branches, as well as those that are crossing or rubbing against each other.
We can provide emergency tree services, such as removing fallen trees or branches after a storm.
We can inspect trees for signs of disease, pest infestation, or structural problems, and provide recommendations for treatment or maintenance.
Disease management is also an important part of tree surgery.We can identify and treat diseases that can impact the health and vitality of trees. They may use a range of techniques, such as fertilization, insect control, and pruning, to help trees recover from disease.