Quality tree surgery service

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Our professional tree surgeons offer a range of services to clients in Cambridge, Bury St Edmunds & the surrounding areas.

A family run business with over 15 years’ experience, our qualified tree surgeons (Arborists) work to industry standards BS3998 to ensure a safe, quality service for all your tree care needs. If you live in a conservation area or your trees have a Tree Preservation Order (TPO), we can submit applications for tree surgery work on your behalf.

Our tree surgery services include

  • Tree surveys & reports BS 5837
  • Free written detailed quotations & estimates
  • TPO & conservation applications
  • Tree felling, stump removal and stump grinding
  • Deadwood pruning / thinning / crown reduction / reshaping
  • Conservation pruning
  • Tree protection
  • Root pruning & air spade services
  • Tree pest and disease recognition
  • Pollarding
  • Hedge cutting & reduction services
  • Pest and disease recognition and treatment
  • Conservation pruning
  • Formative and structural pruning
  • Crown reduction & rasing
  • Site clearance
  • Restoration pruning

Qualified Arborists

The majority of our work comes from word of mouth recommendations, which shows the dedication and reliability we provide for each of our customers. Our fully qualified tree surgeons provide outstanding workmanship, peace of mind to our clients and an overall quality service. We also pride ourselves on being environmentally friendly by using the latest green methods and products, and we aim to recycle 100% of our waste.

Our tree surgery services are carried out by experienced and qualified arborists – £10 million employers liability insurance – £5 million public liability insurance – Risk assessments and method statements for each job undertaken – experienced, competent and qualified arborists to City & Guilds and NPTC – All work carried out to the British standard (BS3998 ; 2010 Tree work recommendations – climbing and rigging equipment tested to meet lifting operations and lifting equipment (LOLER) 1998 – personal protective equipment PPE is worn at all times in the line with HSE guidelines.