The team of tree fellers Sutton Place are experts in tree felling and removal. They have a large selection of methods to get rid of any kind of tree, whether old or new. Tree felling and removal in Sutton is a very delicate task that involves more than just one person. A team of specialists will do proper felling and removal using the latest technologies and safety measures. As well as using modern techniques they use old-fashioned tools and techniques that make sure that the job is done properly. They are insured and bonded and carry standard liability insurance for any accidents during work carried out by the team.
There are many different types of jobs that can be carried out by this team. They are experts at felling trees, especially old trees. Tree felling is an essential job and cannot be attempted by someone who has no knowledge of what they are doing. This is a vital aspect of ensuring the safety of pedestrians and other people. If any mistakes are made it is likely that lives will be lost.
Tree felling must be carried out quickly and with great skill. Otherwise the tree could simply drop down on anyone nearby. It is often the case that a falling tree cannot only cause injury but also major structural damage to buildings and other land, if it is not felled quickly and with great care. For this reason it is essential for tree fellers to be insured and bonded.
Most of the time a tree can be felled in one day. Sometimes special machinery is required to complete the felling in a few hours, although in general it can usually be carried out in one day. It may also be necessary to relocate some of the infrastructure at the site of the tree removal, for example road works. Equipment such as cranes and chains are also frequently needed.
Many different types of timber are felled. They include cedar, hemlock, pine, fir, oak, birch and maple. Certain trees have particular uses. Some will require specialist equipment. This machinery could be electric for example, or it could be powered by hydraulics, for example.
One of the most common felling techniques is known as line felling. A large machine is lowered onto the targeted tree from the ground, where it is guided by an expert on line management. The felling rope also allows the rescuers to search through the bush for the bird which has fallen. This form of felling is also commonly used when dealing with tree hanging about in water.
Tree service teams can also perform a search-and-rescue (SAR) operation. The SAR involves specially trained search-and-rescue team members equipped with the right search equipment. Often they are also equipped with cadaver dogs who can smell the dead body of a missing person. Once they have located the person, the SAR team then carries out the rest of the search for the person.
Tree felling and rescue is an important and often overlooked part of bushwalking. It is certainly one of the most dangerous walks you can take. However, it does need to be undertaken in a responsible way. Never go alone and ensure that the team you choose are fully trained and competent. Remember to trust your gut when it tells you there is nothing else to do but head for the felling site.
It is also important that you have the correct clothing and equipment on your hiking and camping trip. Wear light, comfortable clothing and keep any sharp tools such as sticks and axes to a minimum. It would be very unwise to carry large quantities of tools with you if you do happen to lose your way or find yourself surrounded by more trees than are suitable for walking safely. You should also ensure that you have warm layers and waterproof clothing to protect you from the elements. In addition, bring along a first aid kit.
Once you have chosen your team, make sure they have all the relevant training qualifications. There are many professional organizations which offer a wide range of bush care and rescue qualifications. You should not limit your search to a few organizations only because they may have better or cheaper rates. Get referrals from friends and family before you go ahead and book your holiday.
When choosing a tree feller, you need to consider how experienced the team is. This is particularly important if you are undertaking a large tree felling. Make sure that you choose a team which has been tree felling for several years. You should also ensure that they belong to an association such as the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents at Stonehouse. Your tree consultant should also be a registered timber handler with the RSPCA.