When the felling of a tree is planned, first of all it will be evaluated if enough space is available for a direct felling. In comparison to other options, a direct felling is the fastest method, as the tree is solely cut, wedge-shaped, close to the ground and severed, causing the tree to fall. On free and spatious properties this type of felling is no issue. Even with obstacles like houses surrounding the tree, our well-trained employees can apply this method. Yet, a necessary prerequisite is enough space to enable a fall of the tree in between such obstacles. It is of great importance that experienced personel executes this felling, as the steering of the fall direction demands a high level of precision to avoid damage.