Tree Surgeons in Leeds - Treesaw
What we do as Tree Surgeons in Leeds
Treesaw undertakes arboriculture for residential customers, local authorities and a variety of commercial businesses in a way which minimises disturbance to people and business operations. Our core tree services include crown cleaning, crown thinning, crown reduction and shaping, crown lifting, pollarding, removal of epicormic growth, removal of deadwood, removal of ivy, felling/dismantling of trees to ground level, machine stump grinding or the chemical treating of stumps and tree and hedge planting.
Quality Tree Surgery guaranteed
Treesaw is one of only a handful of tree contractors across the Yorkshire region to have been awarded the Arboricultural Association Approved Contractor (AAAC) status, an indication of our quality workmanship and commitment to health and safety. We are an ISO registered firm having gained certification in ISO 9001 (Quality Management) ISO 14001 (Environmental Management) and OHSAS 18001 (Occupational Health and Safety Management) and Treesaw has gained CHAS and TrustMark (Tree Surgeons) accreditations.
We allocate a Team Leader to every site, whatever its size with responsibility for ensuring all work is to the required standard. All of our arborists are qualified to undertake every aspect of tree surgery and we are fully insured to carry out work in this specialist area, so you’re in safe hands with our tree surgeons.
Contact Leeds Tree Surgeons today
If you require any further information about any of our tree surgery services in or around the Leeds, Bradford, Harrogate and Wakefield, then please get in touch by phone, email at [email protected] or via the contact form on our Contact Us page. We would be happy to provide you with a free estimate and advice and look forward to hearing from you.
Areas We Cover in Leeds
Following a general enquiry we tailor the specification to meet your individual needs by arranging a Surveyors visit to assess your requirements. During this process we will answer your queries and make recommendations for the best way to approach your work. Shortly after this you will receive a free quotation explaining exactly what work will be carried out. We will also identify any relevant environmental and health and safety impacts and communicate these upon request.
TPO’s and Conservation Areas
Before work, our tree surgeons will carry out legal checks to identify whether your trees are covered by Tree Preservation Orders or are in a Conservation Area. We can also submit an application for tree work on your behalf to the local authority, a process which takes six to eight weeks.