Welcome to Tree-Surgeon.Net!
If you are looking for a Tree Surgeon in the UK, you have come to the right place. Whether commercial or domestic, aesthetic or required, we list a range of UK registered Tree Surgeons to make your next tree felling task easy.
What is Tree Surgery?
The technical name given to Tree Surgeons is an 'arborist', or (less commonly) 'arboriculturist', which means a professional in the practice of arboriculture; the cultivation, management, and study of individual trees, shrubs, vines and other perennial woody plants
It's not all about hacking away at trees with axes or the whirring of a chainsaw in the air, Tree Surgeons are incredibly considerate to nature and have a huge respect for trees and plants, needing to understand how to tame them whilst leaving as little overall damage as possible.
FIND A TREE SURGEON
No matter where you are based in the UK, we have Tree Surgeons ready to help you.
This video, whilst quite old, shows a great big tree being felled in the woods. Remarkable skills to take this monolith down without damaging the surrounding trees or plants!
Tree Services Available
Whether residential or commercial, aesthetic or practical, there are a range of services that Tree Surgeons can provide across the UK.
Removal of lower branches to allow for increased sunlight and improvement to accessible areas.
Reducing the overall size of a tree by trimming into a more suitable shape, providing increased sunlight.
Removal of specific branches to thin out the tree without impacting on the overall size and shape.
Complete removal of a tree down to ground level, for trees that are dead, dying or dangerous.
Removal of a substantial amount of the crown, providing long lasting tree maintenance without removing the tree completely.
Removing small amounts of the crown, to provide a more aesthetic and balanced tree appearance, also preventing branches from obstructing property.
Large and small scale tree planting in order to replace an unsuitable tree, to offer more privacy or as a long lasting memorial to a loved one.
The taking out and the disposal of the tree stump, either for aesthetic reasons or to remove fungi and wood parasites from the area.