A Dedicated Service to the Maintenance
and Preservation of your Trees, Hedges
and Woodland on the Isle of Wight

Our Services

We aim to educate our customers on correct tree care, improving the health and appearance of your trees, and reducing potential risks. Every care is taken to make sure surroundings are not damaged or disrupted, and that your property is left clean and tidy.

Services Include:

Whether its pruning, planting, or complete tree removal, we have the knowledge, expertise and equipment to carry out the job safely and efficiently.

Using high performance saws and safety equipment, we guarantee you a professional, friendly and local service at competitive prices.

Our aim is to complete your task with minimal disruption whilst complying with all relevant standards. We pride ourselves in providing a continuous first class service from the initial stages right through to completion.

If the job requires it, or at the request of the customer, we will also produce an arboriculture method statement, generic risk assessment and site specific risk assessment free of charge.

Health and Safety

All our lifting equipment and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) meets the Lifting Operations & Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER), to make sure that both our customers, and our staff are safe while working.

To comply with the LOLER regulations our climbing equipment has to be tested every 6 months by a qualified examiner, and our rigging equipment has to be tested every 12 months by a qualified examiner. On top of these inspections all of our equipment is checked and the condition recorded on a weekly basis.

These Certificates can be seen on request.

All our staff wear, and use, the relevant safety equipment at all times when on the work site.

From an orchard or garden with large trees, to an organisation needing regular tree care, why not contact us today for a free, no obligation quotation?

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