Tree Surgeon High Wycombe Services
Our tree surgery services are competitively priced with the best in the industry. Offering emergency cover 24 hours per day, 365 days per year for those unfortunate events when sudden storms and accidents happen without warning. The right tree surgeon company will be there to help you get your property back on its feet quickly and efficiently so that it’s safe again after such an event.
We offer professional advice about how we can deal with all aspects of emergencies following disasters like hurricanes, fires and broken cable lines, including meeting insurance requirements if they apply to what has happened at your premises. If it doesn’t look safe, don’t take the risk and hire a fully qualified tree surgeon who will maintain your trees, so they last as long as possible without endangering anyone in their vicinity. We are proud to offer our clients high-quality services at competitive prices which are affordable with no hidden charges or nasty surprises! Our work is fully insured and guaranteed against unforeseen circumstances that may arise while carrying out this type of service.
If you are looking for a reliable tree services company in High Wycombe, please give us a call today.
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)