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Tree Surgeon's Blog - More Ash die back
A late finish for the boys today out dealing with a lot more diseased ash trees in and around Rattery at the roadside.
The valmet winch tractor making light work of the heavy timber as always, and the customers stock proof fencing dodged to perfection
Stunning views around the South Hams hills, you can’t beat it!
Tree Surgeon's Blog - A huge tree needs a crane!
What a colossal couple of days for the team!
We were in South Brent removing this monster of an ash tree partially due to die back but more significantly because of the huge crack in the main union located in the fork of the main stem.
Tree Surgeons Blog - Start them young!
Look at this hero in his A.J Paine and Sons waterproof suit all ready for our 24 hour emergency call out service.
He even comes with his own transport !!
Little Freddie is the youngest member of the Paine team but trees our in his genes so it won’t be long before he’s climbing all sorts.
Tree Surgeon's Blog - The garden house in Yelverton.
A decent sized oak to do a bit of speedlining on and a large variegated Malus to monolith, as the wildlife was making the most of the sap oozing from the stem that was left including - butterflies, wasps, and hornets !
A lovely spot across the moors tucked away in the valley filled with many ornamental trees and shrubs , well worth a visit .
We behaved ourselves and stayed away from
The cafe ..... honest 😇
Tree Surgeon's Blog - Emergency in Ivybridge
We were called out on an emergency job today on an estate in Ivybridge.
This large beech had split at an awkward height so we used the winch tractor to pull it down to safety after throwlining in our winch cable.
We filled the rest of the day out removing another large beech that was pretty hollow and leant heavily over another beech and lime.
We positioned the winch tractor cleverly to counteract the lean and landed the tree right between two other young specimen in the woodland.
All the timber was stacked ready to be processed for firewood at a later date and pathways cleared to be re-opened for the public to walk around safely again
For all aspects of tree care , estate / woodland management please feel free to get in touch for free estimates and advice from one of our experienced team.
Tree Surgeons Blog - We also do hedges!
In Dartington today smartening up some beech and privet hedges for a local customer.
Tree Surgeon's Blog - Ash die back
Ash dieback is probably the biggest talking point on radios and in papers/ magazines etc at moment in Arboriculture due to the detrimental effect it will have on the species.
Tree Surgeons Blog | Emergency Jo in Dartington
An emergency job at the The Dartington Hall Trust estate.
This oak tree didn’t have much buttress roots holding and decided to come down partially on a pathway close to the cider press shops.
Tree Surgeons Blog - Lightening Strike!
we were Called out today at the Wave academy school in Dartington to a tree that was struck by lightning earlier in the week!
Tree Surgeon's Blog - Emergency Call Out
We were called down to the Mountedgcumbe estate today to deal with a large oak limb that just missed a member of the public out braving the torrential weather walking their pet dog this morning .
Tree Surgeons Blog - Timber from the Bantham Estate
So this week we’ve spent a few days extracting timber on the Bantham estate, now that the fields are dry as a bone and the winch tractor can work at full capacity.
Tree Surgeons Blog - Big Equipment and Operator for Hire
MEWP/ cherry picker services:
Today we carried out works with our handy MEWP, on multiple trees dead wooding and reducing the ends on branches at the extremities of limbs that needed attention.
Tree Surgeon's Blog - Back to School!
Tree Surgeon's Blog - Not such a good Friday.
Not such a GOOD FRIDAY for our customer here on this emergency job as this large oak tree uprooted earlier in the week crushing the family car!
Tree Surgeon's Blog - Look away if you don't like heights!
Well what a fantastic few days complete reducing this mature holm oak after a comprehensive tree report was carried out.
There was ganoderma present at the base and also a lot of previous hefty tear outs around the crown, leading to our specifications for an overall crown reduction.
Due to the access to the tree, phone lines present, the size of limbs coming off in places and general awkwardness of the job we decided to hire in a very specialist piece of equipment for this job.
Tree Surgeon's Blog - Stump Grinding in Dittisham
A day of fighting through stone and shillet whilst grinding this large bay coppice stool in Dittisham, South Hams .
Tree Surgeon's Blog - Tree Surgery in Totnes
Here’s the boys working in our hometown of Totnes.
Our customer had renovated a cosy shepherds hut underneath some large pine limbs so called us in for some advice after some limbs had torn out in bad weather conditions.
Tree Surgeon's Blog - Stump Grinding in Dartington
We started off this morning stump grinding in Dartington near Totnes .
This old chestnut stump was left under a mountain of stone and slate and the customer decided they wanted to landscape/ re-plant something in instead .
Tree Surgeon's Blog - Horrible Conditions / Happy Client
On days like today it’s always great to get home to an email like this from a great customer for works we recently carried out
Carrying out works to your trees is just one part of our job , the way we leave your property/garden is what you will see after, and probably remember
Tree Surgeon's Blog - The end of an era
So the Christmas lights have been taken down for another year in the beaut town of Totnes
Tree Surgeons Blog - Copper Beech Removal
This fair sized copper beech tree located in Torquay had been surveyedcondemned after years of dealing with honey fungus.
It was deemed unsafe to be left any longer so we got to work in 50+ mph winds even after the customer had politely emailed to say she thought the weather was a bit crazy for “working at height”
The tree had to be lowered down minding out for the young trees that would replace this beech but also to prevent any large timber finding its way down to the main road to
A good job complete in testing conditionsit was back to HQ to dry the kit out for the next challenge
Tree Surgeons Blog - Christmas Log Competition
2. Tag a friend to share the festive cheer
Tree Surgeons Blog - Totnes Late Night Shopping
Hope everyone enjoys Totnes late night shopping tonight!
Highly recommend getting stuck into the local tipple as well Hunt's Cider 👌 — in Totnes.
Tree Surgery is in the Genes!
Look at this hero in his A.J Paine and Son waterproof suit all ready for our 24 hour emergency call out service
He even comes with his own transport
Little Freddie is the youngest member of the Paine team but trees our in his genes so it won’t be long before he’s climbing all sorts
Tree Surgeon's Blog - BT Lines in Avonwick
This mornings callout in Avonwick featuring multiple BT lines.
Luckily with the help of our cherry picker we got this eucalyptus limb done in double time after a severe split in some adverse weather.
Tree Surgeon's Blog - Happy birthday Stewart
Happy birthday mate here’s to you!
Tree Surgeons Blog - Liquid Sunshine!!
Today was a race against time for the team seeings as the weather man got it right for once....... finally
Keeping it simple with the pictures so here’s a before and after of a pretty dense yew tree we removed in Bovey Tracey today.
We had a phone line to contend with one side , and a cemetery the other so we had to swing half the tree in using rigging techniques to avoid a scene from thriller
Tree Surgeon's Blog - Wind is on the way!
It looks like today’s showers weren’t just a blip for the team
High winds and heavy rain are going to continue throughout the week according to the MET office , but don’t worry if you have any dodgy looking trees....you know who to call
Tree Surgeons Blog - Wind Damage due to fungii
Another fantastic weeks work in the bag for the team
We’ve had a bit of everything to keep us on our toes this week to be fair but no complaints from us .......
Tree Surgeon's Blog - Cat Rescue in Buckfastleigh
Tree Surgeons Blog - Back at Berry Pomeroy Castle
Working at Berry Pomeroy Castle today on a mighty fine crisp Sunny day.
Tree Surgeon's Blog - Storm Damage at Agatha Christie's Gardens
The team started the day at Agatha Christie's Greenway Gardens this morning dealing with a storm damaged limb overhanging a public pathway
Tree Surgeons Blog - Watch out it is windy!
Reports of high winds and heavy rain over the next 24 hours so please be mindful of your surrounding trees
Tree Surgeon's Blog - Fungi
We have recently had some messages and pictures regarding different fungi that are present on our customers trees.
Tree Surgeon's Blog - Dead cherry Removal
A Dead cherry removal here in Kingsbridge, with the last few signs of life hanging on in there
Tree Surgeons Blog - Autumn Colours in Totnes
When you come back on a job to see a young tree you once planted thriving and giving off awesome autumn colour
Tree Surgeon's Blog - Emergency in Kingsbridge
This mornings emergency job in Kingsbridge
This large oak limb had taken out a private electricity line on an estate we manage in the Kingsbridge area, luckily we had the Valmet on hand to make life easier once the electric was switched off
Tree Surgeons Blog -Preparing timber in Kingsbridge
We wrapped the week up yesterday prepping a lot more larch timber for multiple customers across the south west ready to be picked up on arctic lorries next week
Tree Surgeon's Blog - A beech in Dartington
Damp start to our Monday reducing a beech tree overhanging Bidwell Practice in Dartington.
Tree Surgeons Blog - Woodland in the morning
Out early in the woodland this morning shipping out more larch
Remember age is just a number when you love what you do
Tree Surgeons Blog - Hedge Maintenance in Strete
Great finish to the week down in Strete for one of our regular customers doing some maintenance hedge trimming
Tree Surgeons Blog - Logs Anyone?
Anyones for logs?
It is that time of the year again where the customers start to get ahead of the weather
Give us a call to get ahead of the cold and have your seasoned firewood delivered
Tree Surgeon's Blog - A Copse in Stoke Gabriel
Deadwooding , reducing , and removing trees in a copse in Stoke Gabriel to finish the week strong !
Tree Surgeons Blog - Whitebeam tree in Paignton
A fantastic bit of shaping by Danny here on this Whitebeam tree in Paignton, Torbay.
Tree Surgeon's Blog - Hazel in Stoke Gabriel
Back to it for the team today after a nice long weekend off the tools🕺🏻
We headed out to Stoke Gabriel on what felt like the busiest country lane in the south hams, to deal with 2 totally dead ash trees overhanging this well used road. 🌳
Tree Surgeons Blog - Stump Grinding in Harbertonford
A small but awkward bit of stump grinding carried out in Harbertonford this morning.
Tree Surgeon's Blog - Emergency in Harberton
Just a few pics for you to browse through, from an emergency job on Friday in Harberton , South Hams.
Tree Surgeon's Blog - Dead Monkey Puzzle
Here is a dead monkey puzzle removal we carried out this week in Paignton on a bright and cheerful day.
Tree Surgeon's Blog - Fencing in Totnes
Not only do we keep your trees in check we also provide fencing and landscaping options to
Tree Surgeons Blog - Eucalyptus Removal
The fleet on fleek today in Bridgetown park on day 1 of a large eucalyptus removal
Tree Surgeons Blog -Tree Surgeons in Stilettos
The tree surgeons version of the stiletto !
Tree Surgeons Blog - Kingsbridge Woodland Management
A day of woodland management in Kingsbridge today for the team!
Tree Surgeons Blog - Emergency Call Out
Don’t forget we offer 24 hour emergency callout in adverse weather like last night and today!
Tree Surgeons Blog - Sycamore in Harberton
Here’s a nice little snippet of works we carried out In Harbertonford this week for a very good friend and ex AJ Paine's tree surgeon!
Tree Surgeons Blog - a Mature Ash in Kingswear
Here we are pollarding this mature Ash tree today for the national trust in Kingswear.
Tree Surgeons Blog - The Totnes Show
Tree Surgeon's Blog - Brixham Cedar Tree
1st job of the day today took us to Brixham to remove this cedar tree.
Tree Surgeons Blog - Summer Branch Drop
Today’s job took us to Ivybridge where this large oak limb had succumbed to “summer branch drop” we believe due to the increasingly dry weather .
A small amount of decay was present but nothing out of the ordinary , and as you can see this gave our customer quite a scare !
Tree Surgeons Blog - at Grove School Totnes
Tree Surgeons Blog - Littlehemston
Here is a large dead cedar tree we dismantled this week in Littlehempston near Totnes , South Devon.
Tree Surgeons Blog - Rotten Beech in Dartington
We are removing this heavily decayed beech in Dartington today , amazing how it is still standing, this isn’t even half of the decay present!
Tree Surgeons Blog - Creating the ultimate Wedding Gift
Tree Surgeons & Artists Working Together
Tree Surgery at Berry Pomeroy Castle
Always delighted to be working one of the best spots in the county. Here we are at Berry Pomeroy Castle where we manage some of the grounds.
Tree Surgeon's Blog - Work at the wonderful Dartington Hall
Just a few action action shots from one of this weeks jobs reducing two large oak trees in Dartington in the South Hams.
The Tree Surgeons Blog - A large Conifer clearance and the County is on a roll!
AJ Paine & Sons - Tree Surgeons that also do fencing
A fantastic bit of fencing carried out for a top customer in Paignton 😜
Tree Surgeons Blog - A Large Dangerous Horse Chestnut Tree
Here is a large horse chestnut we have removed this week due to being heavily infected by honey fungus .🌳
Tree Surgeons Blog - A tough week finishing at Berry Pomeroy CastleAnother productive week finished by the team today , our works have taken us to Berry Pomeroy castle, Broadhempston, Totnes , and even Cornwall 😅🌲
The Tree Surgeons Blog - January Blues and the boys are back!
Christmas is well and truly over for the team and back to the daily grind as tree works continues, although it didn’t really end!