Tree surgeon services Rugby
This beautiful historic town is home to our business and many of our repeat customers over the years. As you might expect in an ever-expanding town, there is always a requirement for our tree surgery work.
In recent years, the expansion of retail outlets including Elliots Field Retail Park, Junction 1 Retail Park and Technology Drive, means we saw a huge increase for the need for tree felling and removal. New trees have also been planted in the area to improve air quality due to increased congestion.
However, you can still find a number of historically protected buildings in the town centre. Working around the Church Street area, you can regularly find us reducing crowns, to protect these buildings from damage from overgrown trees.
Travel just 5 miles out, and you will find a stunning nature reserve called Draycote Water. This area is open to the public, where arborists are hired to enact tree surveys to protect the public and wildlife.
Tree surgeon services Coventry
Just 25 minutes away from our base in Rugby, you will find our expert team working here on a regular basis. Being a city of art and culture, our tree surgeons work consists on tree care around museums and art centres.
Some of the main attractions we have worked near are the Herbert Art Gallery and Museum and the Coventry Transport Museum. The trees at these locations require regular surveying to ensure their health is in good condition.
Furthermore, there have been modern developments such as Bishop Gate East and the newly proposed Coventry Gateway. This means there’s a huge demand for our trained arborists to remove, site clear and plant new trees in these housing and industrial developments.
Tree surgeon services Warwickshire
Working in Warwickshire means we have access to a large number of districts. towns and villages of the county. The M1, M6 and M40 give us the ability to travel easily to through the West Midlands region, therefore we can serve more customers from our base.
The county also is part of the “Green Belt Policy”, meaning forestry such as Flowers Woods, agriculture in the area and outdoor leisure reserves are protected from urban expansion. This is great news for us as tree surgeons, because we can continue to work,care and protect for these conservation locations for the foreseeable future.
Some of these villages and towns we serve in Warwickshire are:
- Royal Leamington Spa