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Tree Surgeon in Stanford le Hope
Are you seeking assistance from a Trading Standards and local authority approved tree surgeon in Stanford le Hope? T.H Tree Services is qualified to take care of all species and sizes of trees.
Concerned over a tree on your land? Maybe you are worried whether your tree is safe or healthy? If you are, do not hesitate to request your FREE NO OBLIGATION CONSULTATION. One of our knowledgeable tree surgeons will advise on any treatment such as trimming the tree, taking out dead wood, treating for disease or removing the tree completely.
With a totally clean record in health and safety and a decade of experience as tree surgeons Stanford le Hope householders and land owners can be reassured of total peace of mind when engaging us, as do the numerous local authorities who entrust us for tree surgery Stanford le Hope wide.
Stanford le Hope Tree Surgeons: Insured, qualified and experienced
T.H. Tree Services holds City & Guilds NPTC & LANTRA qualifications in arboriculture. As Stanford le Hope tree surgeons we work to BS 3998 2010.
Stanford le Hope Tree Surgeon Services
Stanford le Hope tree surgeon services on offer from our team include the following:
- Tree pollarding: Tree pollarding is very popular amongst local authorities. It involves cutting trees back to prevent them from posing a hazard or interfering with private land or property.
- Crown reduction: When a tree outgrows its surroundings it can stop light from getting through which is bad news for both property owners and the health of the tree itself. Crown reduction acts to resolve this issue.
- Dead wood pruning: Dead wood is a natural part of a tree’s growth cycle but it must be removed regularly. Our Stanford le Hope tree surgeons will investigate whether dead wood is present and if so, they will remove it safely.
- Tree removal: Trees can sometimes pose a danger or may be diseased and will need to be removed. It is imperative that this work is undertaken by qualified experts so as to avoid damage and injury.
Oak Tree Surgeon in Stanford le Hope
The oak tree is considered the king of the forest and one of Britain’s best known trees. Of the Latin Quercus Robur, the oak tree will often grow to heights of 20 to 40 metres. This combined with the fact they have such expansive canopies supported by strong branches means that tree surgery can be challenging, however that is not the case for our experts as our knowhow in oak tree surgery is well renowned.
Willow Tree Surgeon in Stanford le Hope
The willow tree is one of Britain’s best loved trees and will often be found growing in the vicinity of water. Its Latin name is Salix, meaning ‘sallow’, and when mature, the tree will grow from 10 to 18 metres in height with a lifespan of up to 50 years. Even if you have willow trees overhanging bodies of water and you need them attended to, you can rely on the knowledge of our experts.
Conifer Tree Surgeon in Stanford le Hope
Conifer trees are renowned for growing to towering heights, often up to 40 metres in the case of the Leyland cypress or 20 metres for the yew tree. Regardless of whether you have a hedge of conifers or just a single tree on your property in Stanford le Hope, you can trust our knowledge to safely deal with everything from pruning and trimming to full removal.
Eucalyptus Tree Surgeons Stanford le Hope
The eucalyptus tree calls for a very particular pruning process in order to maintain its good health. Some of the varieties require hard pruning and others need next to no pruning at all. It is important to get it right, so always seek advice from a qualified tree surgeon before you go ahead and carry out any sort of work on your eucalyptus tree.
Cherry Tree Surgeons Stanford le Hope
The cherry tree, or Prunus avium to give it its scientific name, can grow up to 30 metres in height, 8 metres in breadth and can live for up to 60 years. Cherry trees call for expert pruning to encourage a strong branch structure so that they can support the heavy fruit crops. Regular attention from a tree surgeon is wise to keep the tree in good health so that it produces healthy fruit yields. You can call upon the knowledge of T.H. Tree Services to undertake such a task.
Silver Birch Tree Surgeons Stanford le Hope
The silver birch tree, known in its official capacity as Betula Pendula, is native to the UK. Although it has a fairly thin canopy, it can grow to heights of 30 metres and has a lifespan of up to 150 years. It’s a beneficial neighbour for other plants as its deep roots act as a channel for otherwise inaccessible nutrients found deep down in the soil. However, those same deep roots that can sometimes make it challenging to remove a silver birch tree. Not a problem though for the experts at T.H. Tree Services who are well versed in dealing with these trees.
Ash Tree Surgeons Stanford le Hope
The ash tree, of the Latin Fraxinus Excelsior, is native to the UK and will live for 100 to 150 years although with professional coppicing this will extend to as much as 400 years or sometimes even more. Often reaching heights of around 35 metres, the ash tree is prone to ash dieback and must for this reason be regularly inspected. This is something you can rely upon the team at T.H. Tree Services for.
Plum Tree Surgeons Stanford le Hope
The plum tree, whilst not a UK native species, still remains a fairly common sight across the UK. Plum trees require a particular type of pruning which is a skilled craft. If you want your plum tree to produce healthy crops of tasty fruit, your best bet is to consult with a tree surgeon in order to ensure it is trained correctly during its formative years. Similarly, if you have a mature plum tree that has become overgrown, a tree surgeon will be able to help you rebalance it so that it regains its beauty and starts producing healthy crops of fruit again.
Cedar Tree Surgeons Stanford le Hope
Cedar trees are evergreen conifers that are quite common in the UK, although they are actually native to the Lebanon, eastern parts of the Mediterranean and areas of Asia. Known by the Latin name of Cedrus Libani, cedar wood is a natural insect repellent. Cedar trees can grow to 35 to 40 metres and are characterised by their spiralling branches. Despite their unusual shape, our Stanford le Hope cedar tree surgeons are more than capable of carrying out pruning, which incidentally must be approached with great caution.
Pine Tree Surgeons Stanford le Hope
There are various species of pine tree, of the Latin, Pinus Sylvestris, such as the Scots pine, one of the most renowned and one of only three native to the UK. Pine trees will usually grow to heights of 35 metres and can live for as much as 700 years. Despite the towering height of these trees, the pine tree surgeons at T.H. Tree Services are well versed in dealing with trimming, pruning and even removing them safely and cost effectively.
Peace of Mind When Choosing a Tree Surgeon in Stanford le Hope
When engaging a tree surgeon in Stanford le Hope, householders and landowners are always well advised to select one with a long list of qualifications and one that is local authority and Trading Standards approved and British Standards and Health and Safety compliant. T.H Tree Services Stanford le Hope tree surgeons tick all the boxes in this respect.
For professional advice from a qualified tree surgeon in Stanford le Hope, call T.H Tree Services on 01268 642 814.
Polite, professional and tidy.The team were punctual, very polite, kept me well informed of what they were doing, anything I asked them wasn’t an inconvenience.Service with a smile and the tidy up job was fantastic too.I would certainly recommend TH Tree services and happily use them again.
Hi Mrs Easton, thank you for leaving a lovely review. The team are really pleased they come across professional and friendly.
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