Services

The Tree Clinic prides itself on excellent quality of work and no job is too small for us.

There are many aspects to tree surgery, and we understand that to some clients, this can be slightly bewildering when it comes to your own personal requirements. That is where we come in, with a free no obligation quotation, we can advise you as to which actions need to be taken.

We will also liaise with local council authorities on your behalf regarding tree preservation orders and conservation areas.

  • CROWN REDUCTION AND SHAPING

    Crown reduction pruning is most often used when a tree has grown too large for its permitted space. read more…

  • CROWN THINNING

    Primarily used on hardwood trees, crown thinning is the selective removal of stems and branches to increase light penetration and air movement. read more…

  • CROWN LIFTING (OR LIFT)

    The removal of selected branches and limbs from the lower part of the trees crown thus lifting the crown’s overall height. read more…

  • TREE PRUNING

    For safety health, aesthetics and to stimulate fruit and flower growth. read more…

  • TREE FELLING / REMOVAL

    Occasionally a tree will need to be removed completely. This can be for a number of reasons:  conservation, safety, planning applications and construction projects. read more…

  • TREE STUMP REMOVAL / GRINDING

    Once a tree has been felled to ground level, you may require the stump to also be removed. For this we offer a straight forward stump and root removal service. read more…

  • DEAD WOODING

    As a tree grows it is natural for some branches to die back. It is advisable to have your tree regularly inspected and cleared of any deadwood. read more…

  • Pollarding

    This is the practice where a tree is maintained at a specific height. read more…

  • Hedge trimming

    The reduction of height, width and shaping of hedges. read more…

  • Debris Disposal

    We take pride in doing an excellent clean up job. All brush and debris is taken away and 100% recycled unless requested otherwise.  read more…

  • EMERGENCY TREE WORK

    Do you have a problem tree and are not sure how to deal with it?
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