Tree Surgeons & Garden Maintenance

Wall and Tree in Cockermouth are tree surgeons offering a range of garden services, including garden maintenance, tree removals, stump grinding and fencing repairs. Council applications can also be completed for work on trees covered by TPOs or that are subject to conservation area restrictions. We are based in Cockermouth and operate throughout Cumbria & The Lake District.
Wall & Tree offer a range of forestry services to larger land owners, including felling, stock fencing, tree planting and maintenance.
We pride ourselves on continuous development and training to enable us to offer the best services available. We are fully insured and are trained to NPTC standards in all aspects of tree surgery and the safe use or pesticides.
If you would like to know more about our services please feel free to call for an informal chat.
tree surgeon in the lake district

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Made a mistake yesterday while cutting up in a tree, I caught my climbing line with a pruning saw. Only the slightest of touches, but now need a new rope. Expensive mistake to make but could have been much worse. 

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Made a mistake yesterday while cutting up in a tree, I caught my climbing line with a pruning saw. Only the slightest of touches, but now need a new rope. Expensive mistake to make but could have been much worse.

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2 days ago

Removing two declining Cherry trees in the wind and rain yesterday, Both with cavities at the base and comprised / dead wood in the canopies.

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2 weeks ago

Friday saw the team dismantling a declining ash tree that was threatening to cause damage to buildings and phone lines. The tree was positioned on top of a bank with substantial crown weight over the buildings below. With phone lines running along the bank and down to the buildings, passing under the tree we had no drop zone.

With no way of felling the tree without it hitting the buildings & snapping phone lines, and no access for a crane or MEWP the only other option was to climb the tree.

The general unpredictable nature of the tree made this an interesting job, and to be fair we were all a little nervous, but a slow and steady approach got the job done.
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2 weeks ago

A quick video of the route onto site. The route goes down a steep forwarder track (you can't really tell from the video) and then becomes to boggy for a quad.

We had to carry everything the last 50 meters across the bog and over a new drainage ditch, before actually getting to work.

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1 month ago

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