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At Ariel Tree Care, we offer a wide range of tree surgery services, from pruning to removal.
As a family-run business with our roots firmly based in Bolton and over 21 years’ experience, you can be confident that we can take care of all of your arboricultural requirements, safely and efficiently.
If you have a question or would like to request our services, please contact us; we’ll be happy to help.
Discover our range of tree services here:
When a tree begins to take up more space than is available in the area it inhabits, it’s time to reduce the canopy.
Crown reduction prevents damage to nearby buildings and helps to clear roadways and drives. Our expert tree surgeons will do it in a way that maintains balance so it looks even better than it did before.
As trees grow, they can sometimes form branches that are a little too close to the ground, turning them into a hazard for cars and pedestrians that pass by.
Crown lifting is a simple way of removing lower branches to increase the space between the ground and the tree canopy, making it easier for people and vehicles to pass by without obstruction.
Dense canopies of tree branches often obstruct the natural light that is able to pass through them, plunging nearby buildings and paths into darkness, even in the middle of the day.
Our expert tree surgeons use crown thinning to identify and remove dead or unnecessary branches to allow more light through, helping the local plant life to flourish. It means you can enjoy the sun whenever it’s out, too.
When a tree is no longer desirable, the fastest and easiest method of removal is straight felling. With straight felling, a directional cut is made at the base of the trunk and the tree is allowed to fall.
Straight felling can be dangerous if it isn’t done with the necessary care and expertise. Our team of experienced arborists have the equipment and the knowledge to correctly assess potential hazards and ensure your tree is felled as safely and efficiently as possible.