Professional Tree Care in High Wycombe
Most tree surgeons offer the same services, such as trimming and root removal, but not all do. The most important service to look for in your search is emergency tree services.
You never know when a lightning strike might send a tree crashing into your home, restaurant, or office.
You can’t anticipate when a tree will fall from a strong gust of wind and knock out your cables, leaving your building and employees entirely without power.
Other tree services to check to include tree felling, tree pruning, tree trimming, cable and bracing, tree removal, hedge trimming, stump removal and grinding.
All work is fully insured, certified and carried out to the highest health and safety standards.
Frequently Asked Questions
A tree surgeon is a professional who specialises in the maintenance and surgery of trees. They help enrich, maintain or restore tree health and work with communities to choose what kind of tree will best suit an area’s needs.
The charges for tree surgery vary depending on where you live and the type of work required. On average, tree surgeons charge between £50 -£150 per hour, typically with a minimum charge of £30 for an initial visit and the same hourly rate on following visits. You should always contact your local arborists for an accurate quote before booking any work with them.
The difference between an arborist and a tree surgeon is that an arborist will diagnose and manage the health of a tree for conservation, public safety or aesthetics. A tree surgeon does everything from routine pruning to significant surgery on overgrown branches or those in danger of collapse.
Yes, a tree surgeon requires qualifications; they will usually have a degree or diploma in forestry. They also need to complete the appropriate tree surgery qualification and undergo safety training such as Safer Use of Plant Equipment (SUPE)