Tree Surgery

Tree surgery and arboriculture is the practice and trade of maintaining trees within amenity areas for pleasure and health. From parklands to gardens, trees are a major and important part of our landscape. There are many reasons for taking responsibility for our tree scape. Trees, like any living things need attention throughout their lifespan, whether for surgery through crown thinning, removal of dead and diseased or dangerous limbs, pruning to promote the correct growth for its environment, or removal of dead trees which have become dangerous through ill health or having outgrown their position.

There are a number of different types of fences for your house or garden, these include:

  • Full tree surgery and related works
  • Fully qualified and insured staff
  • Rope access
  • Devegetation
  • Stump removal and site clearances
  • Legal tree safety surveys
  • Free estimates and advice

We will submit planning application with regards to tree preservation orders or intensions of works in a conservation area at your request.

Services Offered

Some of our services include felling, pruning, dismantling, sectional felling and takedown, crown thinning, crown lifting, visual inspections, stump grinding, remedial works, reshaping, reductions, pollarding, site clearance, woodchipping, firewood, mobile sawmilling, fencing, commercial timber cutting, processing, weed control, vegetation management and many more.

We Are Qualified Tree Surgeons

We undertake all aspects of tree surgery (shaping, felling, inspections etc) backed up by risk assessments and tree surveys to insurance spec.

Our fully qualified staff with the latest machinery, are able to undertake large or small contracts for domestic and commercial clients with a professional approach.

From height reduction of hedges to felling large trees in confined spaces. Planting of new trees and shrubs.

Services Include:

  • Commercial tree surgery
  • Domestic tree surgery
  • Public land tree surgery
  • Orchard renovations
  • Tree branch thinning
  • Tree conservation
  • Tree crown reductions
  • Tree management
  • Tree planting
  • Tree pruning
  • Tree stump removal
  • Tree surveys
  • Decayed tree removal
  • Woodland decay removal
  • Coppicing, tree felling and thinning
  • Deadwood removal
  • Hedge reduction
  • Hedge planting
  • Hedge trimming
  • Shrub clearing
  • Shrub conservation
  • Shrub plantings
  • Shrub pruning

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