Luckily Chester has avoided the rain levels and major flooding that is sadly affecting other parts of the country.
Chester hasn’t however escaped the February winds completely unscathed.
Chester storms have been felling trees across the City and wider Cheshire county, causing damage or a threat to property.
The local police, West Cheshire Council and power companies have been working hard assisting the public with fallen trees, power lines and damage being caused by the winds.
A Busy Time for our Chester Tree Surgeons
The storms have obviously created an influx of emergency tree work for our Chester Tree Surgeons who are out there ‘on the ground’ in the driving rain again today.
Although they are working hard and are busy helping people make-safe their damaged and fallen trees, if you are in need of a Chester tree surgeon to make safe any of your trees, send them a message, via the Call Back form:
They’ll call you back as soon as possible to arrange a visit to see how they can help you and quote for your emergency tree work.
Safety Notes: If your trees are threatening to or are encrouching on power cables do NOT go near the cables or try to move heavy branches yourself. Call your power company urgently!
Our tree surgeons can advise you further regarding tree work and electricity.
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