Tree Removal for Land Clearance
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What Is Tree Removal for Land Clearance?
If there is an occasion when trees and stumps need to be cleared on a piece of land, it's important to make sure that this is done in a responsible way.
ISA trained arborists have experience of working with a range of different companies and organisations, including city planners and construction companies.
Every situation is different but an arborist can use their extensive knowledge to help find a solution that is good for the environment and that also achieves the objectives of the landowner.
Simplifying The Clearing Process
When an arborist is contacted by landowners to help them clear their land, they can help make this process as simple as possible.
They use low impact techniques as this helps to take care of the soil and the trees that will remain, reducing the impact on the environment.
All of the timber felled are recycled to create logs or woodchips which can be used. An arborist can also grind any stumps that are left behind. You do not need to worry about clearing anything away after the tree removal has been carried out because the tree specialist will take care of all that for you.
Selective Removal Of Trees
There are many reasons why landowners contact an arborist to discuss having trees on their land removed:
- Farmers may wish to remove trees along the borders of their field to increase exposure to sunlight for their crops
- Old trees may be at the end of their life cycle
- Hunters may want to clear some space so that they can create a food plot for deer
- Landowners could be looking to create a pathway for people or vehicles through their land
If an arborist believes that a dead or dying tree can provide some benefit to local wildlife, then they will recommend that it is left in place. When a tree has died it can also break down into material that is good for the soil.
If you are looking for a professional arborist to care for your trees in the Northampton area, you can discuss your requirements with an ISA qualified tree surgeon by following the links below.