John Davey is generally considered the father of tree surgery. All the way back
in the late 19th century, he began to bring about a change in attitudes regarding
tree care. He made the analogy that if you needed surgery you would not go to the
local butcher but to a surgeon - a trained and qualified medical practitioner. In
the same way, trees needing repair should be treated and restored by those trained
in the science of tree care.
A qualified tree surgeon is not just someone who has a certificate to wield a chainsaw
but is one who has undergone accredited training, who knows all the different tree
species, can recognise diseases and other conditions that are likely to cause harm
if left untreated, and knows appropriate treatment for these conditions. In the
hands of a properly qualified tree surgeon, the saw is not just a tool for removing
trees but also for maintaining their health.
Always check qualifications!
Whether it’s pruning a single apple tree or maintaining an orchard; trimming a garden
hedge or a park boundary; removing the odd unsafe branch or dismantling an entire
row of trees, we are trained, qualified and equipped for the task.
Call now to arrange your free survey!
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