Falmouth, on the south coast of Cornwall, is a fantastic town as a tree surgeon to work in. With its stunning port, beautiful beaches and historic estates, we get to work with beautiful cornish views with very old trees.
Recently, we got to work near one of the many Parish churches in Falmouth, with a large Poplar tree branching out a little close to the protected building.
Fortunately, our arborist surveyed the trees on Killigrew Street and identified the need for a crown reduction. With our expert tree care services, we operated a traffic management control so we could reduce the tree safely.
Protected buildings require regular tree surveys and checks on any Tree Preservation Order before they can be worked on. It’s vital a qualified arborist, like Tom Pugh, is hired to ensure no laws or breaches of the local council’s guidelines are broken.
Like our most recent job in Falmouth, a lot of tree work is needed around protected buildings and public roads, this means it’s vital the health of trees is monitored. Even though we are based in Redruth, we were called to this coastal town based on our highly rated reviews.
When choosing a professional arborist near you, be sure to check for qualifications and reviews. Ourselves, we work to the latest in BS5837 standards, set out to ensure we work safely and correct to the trade.
For that reason, you can call us to:
consult on trees with damage or risk to the public,
fell and remove trees that are close to historic buildings,
ensure public and roads are managed safely whilst we work.
Take a look below for some of the reviews from locals.
A fantastic job, very well done!! I used Tom’s services to tidy up my Sycamore tree. Tom gave a great explanation of... why the tree had grown in the way it had. I didn’t have to wait long to be booked in. A very friendly and professional service. They respected my property and left it tidier than it was when they started. I would have no hesitation in recommending them. Thanks very much.read more
Can't thank you enough for coming out at short notice last night to rescue my cat from up that tree, you were just... amazing and we will all be forever grateful but I hope we won't need to call on you again ( but I have your number just in case, these cats are one sandwhich short of a picnic)read more