Deadwooding, is the removal of dead limbs and branches from a tree. There are many causes of dead limbs in a tree such as: Light deficiency, pests and diseases, root damage, structural damage and weather damage.

Dead limbs will eventually fall off and decay, therefore deadwooding is carried out for safety. This can be due to the limbs overhanging roads, pedestrian footpaths or a general area where people will be passing under the tree such as garden.

Deadwooding can also be carried out for the overall aesthetic appearance of the tree, as well as to help overall balance the tree.

We will check for Tree Preservation Orders (TPO’s) and Conservation Areas, to confirm if there needs to be an application to local authorities undertake the work

C R WILSON & CO Tree Surgeons are fully qualified to NPTC standards and able to assist and advice you with professional advice, while keeping your personal requirements in mind. Please contact us with your queries.