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CNJ Tree Services have helped many customers across central Scotland with their tree pruning, tree restoration and removal. Take a look at our portfolio below and see examples of our work in your local area.
The English Yew Tree has a Tree Preservation Order on it. We carried out a 1.5m crown reduction along with a crown lift. This was pruned from our Tracked MEWP using handsaws and shears.
This multi stem tree had multiple failures causing cracks in the stem. We risk assessed the tree as being unsuitable to climb and chose instead to dismantle via MEWP.
This job involved a 100metre long row of beech hedge that needed a serious haircut! In some sections the hedge was 5 metres deep! Brough it down 1.5-2m in some sections and levelled it off along with the usual facing work.
We found this Douglas Fir while assessing a small woodland area. The tree was in close proximity to paths used by walkers and therefore had to be felled. We used ratchet straps to pull the trunk tight together and used a "Boring cut + Dogs tooth cut" to bring it down safely.
This Ash tree was suffering from Ash Dieback (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus). Due to its location on a roadside and close to a domestic home the local tree officer decided the only option was to remove the tree. We opted to use the cherry picker for access as this allowed us to carefully dismantle the tree in small sections and direct them down into a roadside landing zone whilst safely beside a live traffic lane.
The cherry picker also meant we did not have a climber tied into this tree which was already failing in sections. With our well rehearsed team we managed to set up the traffic management signage/cones, dismantle the tree and get tidied up in around 3 hrs, meaning that the road was back to normal in a relatively short space of time.
This cherry tree had been pruned multiple times in the past but it was now starting to get a bit overgrown for it's proximity to a house. It was also blocking light out the living room. We carried out a crown reduction and at the same time removed the deadwood to tidy this tree up. This was achieved with a combination of hedge cutters, loppers, climbing inside the tree and straight forward ladder access from the side.
This client had a row a reasonably big conifers along a fence line plus a number of shrubs. The whole lot was to be cut out in advance of the ground being dug out for replanting. The largest tree (a lleylandii) was wedged with two houses underneath which meant sectional dismantling was the only way to bring the tree down safely without damaging targets below.
This domestic garden has an adjacent woodland attached to the property lined with beech trees. The branches overhand the garden below which is being planted with orchard trees. We crown lifted the beech trees so that more light can get into the orchard when the beech trees were in full leaf. In the second picture you will see how we agree the crown lift point with the client. A simple photograph with a line marks the height and we use this for spec. I can't wait to go back to this garden and see them in full leaf.
We do the little jobs too! This was a small row of conifer hedge that was to be removed as the fence was needing replaced. We popped by, and cut the hedge out, before heading on to another job. We routinely tie in the little jobs like these when we are en route to other work. This keeps the men productive and keeps it cost effective for the home owner.
This home had a massive driveway access that had been turned into a narrow and lightless space. The row of lleylandii (approx 27 trees) had been topped in the past and then grown girth at a very fast rate which was choking out the space. We completed this with a team of 4x men + our quad bike winch + chipper and had it all done in a day.