Led by company owner Josh Hayes, our Salisbury-based team of four tree surgeons are all NTPC City & Guilds qualified and competent to carry out all types of tree surgery in Wiltshire and across the county borders into Dorset and Hampshire when called on.
We’re all passionate about trees and our work is centred on keeping them happy and healthy without causing a hazard or obstruction in our built-up environment and on domestic or commercial properties.
To meet this aim tree surgery is often necessary to keep trees in shape and prevent them from impacting on buildings or other structures. Pruning and cutting back trees is a specialised job which has to be performed at height using heavy power tools, so it is work that can only safely be undertaken by trained professionals such as us.
We hold insurance and perform tree surgery in compliance with British Standard 3998, following strict health and safety protocols when we work on your property. We’re renowned for being neat and tidy workers who clean up behind ourselves, and you’ll find us punctual and polite.
We perform tree surgery in and around Salisbury in Wiltshire, and other locations in the surrounding area such as Amesbury, Ringwood, Durrington, Larkhill, Bulford and Downton.
You can count on us to carry out crown reductions and crown thinning to let more light into your property, and re-shaping and crown balancing to improve a tree’s aesthetics.
We’re experts at techniques like pollarding, to limit the height of a tree’s growth, crown lifting to provide clearance from a building, and removing dead branches which might fall and cause damage.
Trees are only cut and pruned after we have carried out a thorough assessment and planned the work that needs to be done.
Like any living thing trees can succumb to disease like ash dieback, or be damaged – sometimes fatally – by environmental stressors like high winds. Then they’re at the mercy of predatory insects like sap-suckers or bacteria and fungi that can weaken the tree.
There are many reasons why trees die, but if we determine that it can’t be saved it’s wise to have a dying tree dismantled and felled in preference to waiting until it falls over and causes serious damage.
We have the expertise and knowledge to safely cut down and remove a tree from any property without harming the surrounding area.
We can also tidily remove trees when site clearance is necessary, and are CSCS (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) registered to undertake tree work on construction sites.