Why trust us?

Tree surgery is a specialist trade, and it takes years of training and experience to be fully confident in carrying out all aspects of arboriculture. It can also be a dangerous trade if procedures are not followed correctly. As a reputable company, with over 40 years’ experience of working with trees, we feel that the rates that we charge are fair. They are also based on a wealth of experience, the high standards to which we operate and a veritable passion for trees.

FAQs

We aim to provide clients with transparency and security with our services, and are happy to answer any questions that they may have to cement their trust.

We provide a free, no obligation quote. Simply head to our Contact page to get one organised!

The governing body for tree surgery qualifications is the NPTC (National Proficiency Tests Council). As a minimum, a reputable tree surgeon will hold the following certificates:

 

CS30: maintenance of chainsaws, on-site preparation and basic cross cutting.

CS31: fell and process small trees

CS38: climb a tree and perform aerial rescue.

CS39: use of a chainsaw from a rope and harness

First Aid at Work Certificate

Reputable tree surgeons will have Public and Employers’ Liability Insurance (minimum of £5 million) which will cover themselves, any employees and third parties affected by an accident.

Are you insured?  Any reputable tree surgeon will willingly send you a copy of their Public and Employers Liability Insurance certificates.

 

Do you work to a British Standard?  A reputable tree surgeon will work to BS3998:2010.

 

Will you provide a written quotation? We always provide free quotations, which are confirmed in writing.

 

Can you provide a reference? Professional tree surgeons are happy to show you examples of their work and provide references of people which they have worked for.

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