Gravesham Tree Surgeons
Arguably one of the most beautiful areas in the UK, Kent is classed as a home county based in the South East of England. Bordering Greater London to the north west, Surrey to the west and East Sussex to the south west, Kent is 3,700km(sq) of historical towns, cities and countryside.
With a population of just over 1.4 million and trees dating back 6,000 years, it is little surprise that Tree Surgeons are often called in to turn beasts back into beauties, taming trees that have gotten out of hand.
There are numerous Tree Surgeons across the county of Kent, specifically working in Gravesham in both residential and commercial areas. With a whole range of arboreal skills, Gravesham Tree Surgeons are experts in felling, trimming, and preserving trees across the county, from private gardens to public parks.
Whether residential or commercial, aesthetic or practical, there are a range of services that Tree Surgeons across Gravesham can provide.
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.
Find a Tree Surgeon in Gravesham
A list of local Gravesham Tree Surgeons are below:
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