Our tree surgeons all have relevant qualifications and experience in climbing techniques and follow industry best practice recommendations in regards of safety and tree care. Listed below are some tree surgery services that we regularly carry out in West and North Norfolk including Castle Acre, Swaffham, Kings Lynn, Fakenham and Dereham.

We take care of obtaining the correct permission from your Borough council for any work needing to be carried out in a conservation area or on trees that have Tree Preservation Orders on them and do regularly carry out this type of work.

On completion of our work we pride ourselves on leaving your garden in a tidy manner, chipping arisings and either removing them or leaving on site for you to utilise in your garden. Timber can also be left on site or we can take it away for you.

"Matt and Jo both care and take care of their customers and the work they do for them, the quality of their work is so satisfying to gaze out upon, the team is hard working, reliable, honest and professional." Y.S Holme Hale, Norfolk
Tree Climber
Lime tree
Lime tree
Controlled dismantle, tree surgery, Kings Lynn, Norfolk
  • Crown reduction is used to keep trees to a suitable or managable size

  • Crown cleaning is removing dead wood from the crown

  • Crown lifting is usually used to provide clearance under trees, for example over footpaths or driveways

  • Controlled dismantle is used when it is unsuitable to fell a tree due to its condition or location, for example near to a building

  • Directional felling

  • Crown thinning can be used to reduce sail effect on a trees crown

  • Pollarding is removal of all limbs to suitable growth points, leaving just the stem, this is suitable for only some species of trees

  • Formative pruning this is usually carried out to help the tree grow into the correct structure and removing potential future problems before they arise

  • Hedge trimming, reductions and removal all types of hedges, including leylandii and different techniques such as hand cut pruning. More details