Ash Dieback Bishop Sutton

Ash dieback is a deadly fungal disease affecting trees across Bishop Sutton and the United Kingdom. It is considered a national epidemic based on the number of trees killed by the disease. Once a tree has become infected, the fungus will quickly spread to other trees unless the proper action gets taken to stop the spread and save the tree.

The common signs of ash dieback are as follows: 

  • Dark tree leaves and tendrils
  • Fallen branches
  • Dark lesions on the tree bark
  • Excessive amounts of fallen dead leaves

Holroyd Tree Services bring more than 15 years of professional experience in tree surgery to property owners in Bishop Sutton. Our tree surgeons specialize in treating and remedying trees suffering from ash dieback. If you notice a deteriorating tree in your commercial or residential property, it could be suffering from this fungal disease.

Our tree surgeons will do everything possible to save your trees, such as cutting off infected branches or removing fully infected trees before they infect other trees. We have the most sophisticated tools and well-trained tree surgeons to ensure satisfactory results are achieved.

Stopping ash dieback on your trees may require one or more of the following services: 

  • Crown lift
  • Crown reductions
  • Coppicing
  • Dead wood removal
  • Tree removal
  • Pollarding
  • Stump removal
  • Woodland management

Holroyd Tree Services can offer ash dieback tree services to treat as many trees on your property as necessary. Our tree surgeons will inspect your tree and determine the severity of the fungal infection. Based on the inspection, we can either remove the infected portion or the entire tree itself.

Would you like to request a free consultation with our tree surgery team in Bishop Sutton? You can call us at 07764 633 003 to schedule an appointment.

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Commercial tree felling in progress

Commercial tree felling in progress