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Our services...

Tree Surgery 

We offer a friendly, experienced, trained and professional range of Tree Surgery services across the south & the south east of England. Services range from reductions and dismantling to stump grinding and chainsaw milling.

Our fully trained and insured team are able to carry out the following services:

 

Reductions - Crown Thinning  - Pollarding - Crown Lifting - Bracing - Dead Wooding - Felling - Complete Dismantling - Stump Grinding - Hedge Cutting - Re-Planting - Site Clearance - Chainsaw Milling - TPO and conservation area planning.

 

Working from our base in Petworth and depot in Sidlesham, West Sussex we are able to carry out work across West and East Sussex, Hampshire and Surrey.

Beech tree reduction before beech tree reduction after

Reduction of the canopy

(20% reduction on this beech)

Visual explantaion of tree surgery terms:

Lime tree before Lime tree after

Crown thinning

(20% thin on this lime tree and the top slightly reshaped)

Honey fungus infected populars the reason why Honey fungus infected populars during

Complete dismantelling and felling

(honey fungus infected poplars)

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Pollarding

(re pollarding 11 lime trees)

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Crown Lifting

(lifting canopy for tractor access)

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Bracing

(re bracing a 800 year old yew tree for the National Trust)

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Removing deadwood and storm damage

(removing dead wood and storm damaged

branches from this 100ft giant redwood)

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Stump Grinding

(Grinding out a norway spruce tree)

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Chainsaw milling

(milling a large oak trunk into planks)

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Site clearance

(Heavy duty flail mower and compact tractor clearing a over grown field ready for tree planting)

Hedge cutting

(Trimming toperay at a National Trust garden)