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Pruning a Hornbeam Tree

Pruning a Hornbeam Tree

Pruning a Hornbeam Tree with a Tree Preservation Order, for Improved Sunlight and Reduced Nuisance Are you struggling with a tree that's causing shade and nuisance?At Tree Maintenance Ltd, we recently helped a valued customer with a challenging tree situation. In this...

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Sympathetic Reduction of 2 Horse Chestnuts

Sympathetic Reduction of 2 Horse Chestnuts

We recently undertook a fascinating tree surgery project in Cromhall, where we had the opportunity to work on a pair of majestic Horse Chestnut trees. One of the trees had experienced branch fractures, likely due to a recent storm, compromising its structural...

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Introducing The MEWP

Introducing The MEWP

Enhancing tree surgery, safety and efficiency with our MEWP. Precise pruning, cost-effective tree felling, compact design, and low environmental impact.

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Cherry Tree removal

Cherry Tree removal

This large old Cherry tree was overshadowing our client's garden and house. Our client was initially keen to retain the tree, therefore we previously had crown raised this tree to alleviate the shading it was causing. However, several years later, due to it's...

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Back to school for the tree surgeons at Hatherop Castle

Back to school for the tree surgeons at Hatherop Castle

As tree surgeons (or Arborists to give the correct term) we are often privileged to be asked to undertake some really interesting work. A particular example being at Hatherop Castle School when we were called in for tree surgery. We were tasked to replace a really old...

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Tree surgery terms explained

Tree surgery terms explained

Once you have decided that your trees or shrubs need some attention, the next step is to contact a tree surgeon for advice on tree surgery and a quote. On arrival, the tree surgeon (or Arborists to give the correct title) will listen to your requirements and ask...

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Hedge Trimming and Restoration

Hedge Trimming and Restoration

There are many species of tree that can be grown to make suitable hedges, but probably the most common ones we come across (in no particular order) are: Yew, Beech, Hornbeam, Hawthorn, Laurel, Holly, Pyracantha, Berberis, Thuja (Western Red Cedar), Leyland Cypress,...

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Why use a Tree Surgeon?

Why use a Tree Surgeon?

Tree Surgeons are more than people who cut trees. They are skilled craftsmen with years of experience and a pride in the service they offer. Most tree surgeons will offer a wide range of services to help you with any tree, shrub or hedge work that is needed. They...

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Trimming the Painswick Yew Trees

Trimming the Painswick Yew Trees

Once a year, usually in September, Tree Maintenance undertakes the trimming of the famous Painswick Yew Trees. Built in the 15th and 16th centuries, Painswick boasts, in its centre, the magnificent St. Mary’s Church, that is host to this beautiful collection of Yew...

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When should I prune a Cherry or Plum tree?

When should I prune a Cherry or Plum tree?

At first this might seem a very straightforward question, and could be answered with a straightforward reply.  But to do so would only be giving you a small amount of information that will have you coming back to ask more... So let’s start with the simple answer to...

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An Overview of Tree Surgery and the Equipment Required

An Overview of Tree Surgery and the Equipment Required

If you have trees on your property - old or young - then it's likely you've made a commitment to keeping them healthy and beautiful. Although some homeowners and businesses attempt to maintain trees on their own, without consulting an expert, the reality is that many...

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The Fine Art of Pruning an Apple Tree

The Fine Art of Pruning an Apple Tree

When it’s time for apple tree pruning you need to follow some basic rules or the end result could be disastrous. As August sets in, an apple tree orchard should be full of beautiful green leafy trees laden with fruit. Unfortunately, apple orchards can become...

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