Conifer uprooting

17th October 2016

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Due to the lack of maintenance works, this Leylandii conifer tree was a little too close, for its size, to the adjacent properties.

At a height of approximately 70-80 ft, it was a potential risk to nearby possibly damaging them properties in the event of failure or if the roots were to cause subsidence. In many cases, once Leylandii (and some other specimen cypress trees) reach a certain size, it is very difficult to reduce the crown to a safe and appropriate size.

In many cases some of our clients are not aware that they are not covered under their house insurance if the don’t declare such trees as being close to their property…

Do you have a tree that is too big for your garden??…

Don’t hesitate to give us a call for free advice and a quote..

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