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Green Acre Home improvements is a family run business with over ten years experience in all aspects of tree services. We a...
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First Class Tree Care

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First class tree care provides professional and reliable tree service. We are a family owned business based in winsford, ...
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CLARKE'S TREES

68 review(s)
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Tree surgeon with over 10 years experience, we are professional tree climbers fully qualified by City and Guilds and offer...
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Great Oak Trees

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Great Oak Trees is a family ran Arboriculture and Garden Services business. Although the business is fairly new, there is ...
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Helm And Hull Group

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The contractors at Helm and Hull Group understand the importance of adhering to the highest quality standards in every pro...
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Alpine Tree Services

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Alpine provides the finest tree care services in Surrey, London and surrounding boroughs. We are a family-run, certified b...

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08 Aug

Tree Surgery

Hertford - SG14

Enquiry from: Martin L

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some small trees felled; some reduced in size; inspection of others. are you the property owner: owner of the property what work do you require: tree removal, crown reduction/lifting, other how many ...

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08 Aug

Tree Surgery

Wellingborough - NN8

Enquiry from: Pam C

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neighbour's huge tree overhanging my garden. it needs cutting back. are you the property owner: owner property type: semi detached do you have a: medium size garden garden type: back garden work requi...

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08 Aug

Tree Surgery

High Peak - SK23

Enquiry from: Wendy E

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5 leylandii trees cutting down to approximately 6 ft in height

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08 Aug

Tree Surgery

St. Albans - AL1

Enquiry from: Nicola W

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Significant pruning of quince and apple tree plus cutting back of pyrocanthus and other bushes in garden.

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08 Aug

Tree Surgery

Buxton - SK17

Enquiry from: Isobel W

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we have a very large beech tree which, in an nutshell, needs a good haircut. there are trees in other gardens around it and while we want to keep it, we would like more sunlight. thank you. are you th...

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07 Aug

Tree Surgery

St. Albans - AL3

Enquiry from: Fruzsina L

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Good evening, I am a teacher at a Heathlands School for Deaf children and am currently developing our outdoor play area for a fresh look in September. I am searching for some tree logs which c...

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06 Aug

Tree Surgery

Chesterfield - S43

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mr requested quotes for tree surgery from a tree surgeon around chesterfield. they are considering a couple of projects at the moment.call anytime to arrange appointment to discuss. the information be...

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04 Aug

Tree Surgery

Buxton - SK17

Enquiry from: Glenn H

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We have a tree that sort of seems like a holly tree but only some of it is spiky. Maybe it’s two trees together. It’s getting a bit out of hand and is in need of some care. Not sure what it would ...

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04 Aug

Tree Surgery

Chesterfield - S41

Enquiry from: Lauren T

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hi, i wanted to ask regarding two different quotes - one for some garden maintainance and clearing - its just one section as i've neglected it due to health reasons and now i'm trying to get on top of...

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04 Aug

Tree Surgery

Derby - DE3

Enquiry from: Javaid A

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Hi, I have two tree stumps I would like grinding down at the front of the driveway and a quote to get that done. Thanks.

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04 Aug

Tree Surgery

Nottingham - NG1

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Drone stuck in large fir tree at St Peter Wymondham ***. Would like quite for rescue/removal of the drone.

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02 Aug

Tree Surgery

Welwyn Garden City - AL7

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mrs requested quotes for tree surgery from a tree surgeon around welwyn garden city. they are considering a couple of projects at the moment.call anytime to arrange appointment to discuss. the informa...

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02 Aug

Tree Surgery

Nottingham - NG6

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customer made an online enquiry for tree surgery and confirmed on sms and email they would like a call with a tree surgeon to discuss prices.please call to arrange an appointment to quote. are you the...

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02 Aug

Tree Surgery

Chesterfield - S42

Enquiry from: Russ P

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conifers pruning around 3/5 meters in height around 8 meters long are you the property owner: owner of the property what work do you require: crown reduction/lifting how many trees require work: 3+ tr...

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01 Aug

Tree Surgery

Market Harborough - LE16

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i was wondering if you ever donate wood chipping to local allotments? if so i would be interested in getting some. thank you are you the property owner: owner of the property what work do you require:...

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01 Aug

Tree Surgery

Derby - DE24

Enquiry from: Martin T

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there is a eucalyptus tree in the back garden that we planted. we have since been told that they are not a good choice of plant to have near a house and we are soon looking to get an evaluation and se...

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30 Jul

Tree Surgery | Stump Grinding

Ilkeston - DE7

Enquiry from: Elizabeth M

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The tree stump is out,just want someone to take it away.

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28 Jul

Tree Surgery | Stump Grinding

Hertford - SG14

Enquiry from: Martin L

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customer in hertford areas is looking to do a couple of projects at the moment, and would like quotes for stump grinding.confirmed interest via sms and email at 19/07/2022 10:17.please call to arrange...

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27 Jul

Tree Surgery

Kings Langley - WD4

Enquiry from: Frances W

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general gardening including weeding, hedge cutting, fruit tree pruning and general maintenance are you the property owner: owner property type: detached do you have a: medium size garden garden type:...

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26 Jul

Tree Surgery

High Peak - SK23

Enquiry from: Courtney J

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hello, we are looking for quotes to have two small trees cut back so they don't touch our guttering and roof anymore. are you the property owner: owner of the property what work do you require: other ...

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How much do Tree Surgeon services cost?

How much do Tree Surgeons in East Midlands cost?
Costs for Tree Surgeons around East Midlands can differ depending upon the kind of job that you require to have actually done in your residence. It's the question we are asked a great deal "how much do Tree Surgeons in East Midlands charge?". It's definitely better to have an idea of how much a Tree Surgeon will likely charge for their services. Rates will likely change based on the materials and also the tradesperson chosen. The list reveals the types of task that Tree Surgeons commonly do and the typical price variety of these projects. Some projects take longer to finish than others so prices do differ by project.

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The average price
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£439

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Tree surgery in East Midlands £180-£1,038
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Tree Surgeon FAQs

Do tree surgeons need a waste carriers licence?

If you’re looking to become a tree surgeon or perhaps you just need to hire a reliable tree surgeon for your home or business establishment, one of the things you’d first need to consider is whether or not a waste carriers license is required. If you’re also having the same concern, then you’ve come to the right place! In this post, we’re going to consider whether or not a waste carriers license is a required license for tree surgeons. Let’s take a look!

First and foremost, let’s consider the meaning of a waste carriers license. If you happen to carry waste on the public highway, a valid waste carriers license is a must. This is also applicable to any business which transports, buys, sells or disposes wastes or arranges for another person to buy, sell or disposes of waste. What’s more? This does not necessarily have to be your primary area of business, but so far it’s a part of the activities you engage in. As a homeowner, it’s your responsibility as a producer of waste to make sure that it’s being handled legally and correctly even after the waste has left your premises. In the event whereby your waste has been disposed of illegally or wrongly, you should be able to stand your ground that you’ve done everything in your power to make sure your waste was handled and disposed of the proper way. One way you can ensure that is by ensuring your waste carriers can legally carry your waste.

According to the Environment Agency, all tree surgeons and arboriculture-contracting companies transports and carries waste regularly are required to obtain a Waste Carrier’s license to do so. 

how much does a tree surgeon cost?

How Much Does A Tree Surgeon Cost?

When there’s an unhealthy or over grown tree in your otherwise beautiful garden, not only does it affect the garden’s entire visual appeal, but also constitutes some health hazards to all those staying close by or visitors. To resolve this issue, it’s crucial to get in touch with a local tree surgeon as soon as possible. However for most people, before picking up the phone to dial the number, they’ll often want to know just much it would cost to hire the services of a tree surgeon. Good news is, be it a regular maintenance task of lopping and pruning the tree or perhaps you want it totally removed, it may not cost as much as you would think. So exactly how much does a tree surgeon charge?

There are several factors that affects the price a tree surgeon would charge for a job. These factors include the size of your tree, the tree’s accessibility (is the tree easy or hard to reach?), the location of the tree, the type of the job required, the type of the tree as well as the tree count, the job length (the time it’ll takes to complete the job), tree health and diseases as well as the removal and disposal of a tree’s remains. Considering all the above factors, it’s normal to think the cost of hiring a tree surgeon is a lot more expensive than you would have first imagined. However, they’re usually a lot less and competitive.

Generally, you can expect local tree surgeons to charge within a range of £500 to £650 on the average for a day’s work. But you should note there are smaller companies that only accept easier jobs. Overall, a team comprising one to two workers will cost between the range of £400 to £550 a day, based on your location.

can i remove a tree on my property?

The decision to purchase a property may not come with trees as an influencing factor. However, when the trees start to get overgrown or appears sick you will have to consider the regulatory status which may affect your ability to prune, fell or remove them.

First and foremost, the owner of the tree must be determined and this is the individual who owns the land on which the tree was originally planted. However, if you’re not the owner but the tree overhangs your land you’re allowed to cut the branches back up to the boundary, if the tree is unprotected. In such cases, you normally do not need to seek the consent of the original tree owner or neighbouring land owner to perform the works to the tree. But the branches and fruits on them ( if any) still remains that of the land owner and they’re to be returned to them if necessary.

In situations whereby you’re the owner of the tree, you’re required to determine whether or not your tree is protected by a Tree Protection Order ( TPO) before any action can be taken. The main goal of a Tree Protection Order is to provide protection to trees which are considered to deliver amenity values to the general public. In other words, if your tree can be viewed by the public and enjoyed from outside your garden’s confines then there’s a high possibility that it’s subjected to a TPO.

To confirm whether or not your tree is subjected to a TPO, you can check with your local planning authority (LPA). However, there are some local council websites that displays all TPOs registered within their jurisdiction.

Can a tree close to a building be felled?

Many tree surgeons offer a specialist service for trees that cannot be easily felled via a simple cut. Sectional dismantling is used which involves making several cuts to slice the tree into small sections which can be brought back to the ground safely. Using this method will allow tree surgeons to fell trees that pose risks to nearby buildings in a safe manner.

Can tree surgeons carry out work on trees protected by Tree Preservation Orders?

In many instances tree surgery work can still be carried out on trees that are protected by Tree Preservation Orders (TPOs). Tree surgeons will be able to file the needed forms with the local authority to arrange such work, and advise you throughout the entire process.

how much to remove a tree?

Do you have a tree you want to remove in your yard or property? Then you’d most likely be curious to know how much it would cost to have it removed. However, when it comes to tree removal services, there’s no precise answer to how much a professional tree surgeon will charge as each tree is unique and so the price would be charged based on the unique features of the tree in question.

There are a lot of factors that determines the price a professional tree surgeon will charge to remove a tree but it generally starts at £80 to £100 including VAT and this price increases with the size as well as the job’s complexity. Here are some influencing factors:

• The Tree’s Height. A taller tree will generally be more difficult to remove than a shorter one. A good equipment and extra care will also be needed to complete the task. As a result, you’d expect a taller tree to be more expensive.

• Tree Overhang. Due to trees overhanging some buildings, extra care most be taken to ensure the protection of nearby buildings and properties.

• Tree Accessibility. When the tree is easily accessible, no much work is required. If not, there’ll be a need to carry out some extra work to ensure easy access without any damages.

• Public Consideration. In the event whereby the tree is near a path or road, there’ll be a need to obtain a permission to close off some sections of the path or road.

• Tree Disposal. If you need the trees disposed from the site, then the service will also be include in the total price.

Generally on the average, local tree surgeons will charge about £500 to £650 for a day’s work. But this can also be higher or lower depending on your location.

how to remove a conifer tree?

Have you being considering the options available to you for removing the conifers around your home? Or perhaps you’re just planning to raise some structures in an area where you have lots of conifer trees. Regardless of your reason for wanting to remove a conifer tree, you’ve come to the right place!

There are multiple options to remove a conifer tree based on the one that best suits your needs. Some individuals are okay with felling the tree and leaving the stumps behind, while others don’t just want both the tree and the stumps so they poison the tree and subject the stumps to a quick rotting process.

lThe Physical Method

This basically involves felling the trees with the help of powerful machines and other tools. Let’s take a look!

• Early preparation. Get your chainsaw ready alongside your pruning tools as well as other equipments that can prove to be useful.

• Determine the direction you want the tree to fall. You must ensure there’s no passerby risk or risk of damage to any property whatsoever.

• Cut down the trunk. Put your chainsaw to use. First cut doen the branches and twigs before felling the tree.

• Choose your cutting technique depending on the tree’s size, slope and chainsaw available.

• Check for possible infestation before removing the conifer tree.

• Remove the conifer stumps by grinding the stumps out (use a grinder) and setting fire to consume the stumps.

lThe Chemical Method

To carry out this process, you need to first cut down the large tree branches using a chainsaw. Once done, cut off a portion around the circumference of the trunk below the lower branches, close to the root. Leave the bark’s strips connected to the conifer tree to expose the inner tissue.

Mix the chemicals and apply into the conifer tree directly until the whole surface is covered. This will make the conifer tree to die off gradually for a couple of weeks.

Should I be carrying out preventative tree surgery?

Even if your trees are not obviously damaged or diseased, tree surgeons can carry out surveys to determine if there is any work that needs to be carried out. This work could range from removing dead branches, pruning to promote growth, or even crown works which could open up more light into your property by altering the height and size of nearby trees.

Tree Surgeon help and advice

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