Choosing trees for small gardens

By |March 29th, 2022|Tree Surgery|

If you’re landscaping your garden, it’s important to choose wisely when it comes to filling the space you have available. If you have a small garden, that doesn’t mean avoiding tree planting altogether but making smart decisions about the varieties you select. Here are some of the key points to consider when choosing trees for

Top 3 questions to ask your tree surgeon

By |January 22nd, 2022|Tree Surgery|

Tree surgeons are hired for a multitude of reasons, whether you’re worried about a dying tree or you need professional stump removal services. Whatever the reason for hiring a skilled arborist for help with tree care, it’s always best to go into the situation armed with questions to help you get the most out of

What do I need to know about removing a tree?

By |December 6th, 2021|Tree Surgery|

Deciding to remove a tree from your garden or land around your property is a big decision, whether it’s because it’s outgrown its spot, been badly storm-damaged, or you have a dying tree on your hands. However, before jumping in and removing trees, you’ll need to consider everything from safe felling methods to respecting TPOs

Why do trees fall over in a storm?

By |September 20th, 2021|Tree Surgery|

Choosing any skilled tradesperson to complete a job for you can be a tricky area to navigate when you don’t have any experience or knowledge of that trade. There are many horror stories about property owners being taken advantage of, with half-completed jobs, dangerous working practices, and extortionate charges often leaving them reluctant to hire anyone again.

How do I know which tree surgeon to choose?

By |August 22nd, 2021|Tree Surgery|

Choosing any skilled tradesperson to complete a job for you can be a tricky area to navigate when you don’t have any experience or knowledge of that trade. There are many horror stories about property owners being taken advantage of, with half-completed jobs, dangerous working practices, and extortionate charges often leaving them reluctant to hire anyone again.

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