Sevenoaks Tree Care is a leading tree surgeon in Kent and the South East, providing professional tree care services to residential and commercial properties. We specialize in all aspects of tree surgery and maintenance, including tree felling, tree removal, tree care, tree pruning, tree crown thinning, stump grinding, hedge removal, and land clearance. Our team of experts is highly skilled and experienced, and have the knowledge and equipment to handle any tree-related task.
We understand that every customer has different needs, and we are committed to meeting those needs and exceeding expectations. Our team is dedicated to providing high-quality work and ensuring complete customer satisfaction. We are always happy to answer any questions you may have and provide a free quote and advice.
At Sevenoaks Tree Care, we also take our environmental responsibilities seriously. We have a firm environmental policy in place and recycle 100% of our waste. Our green waste is either composted and used on fields for crops, sent to power stations to generate electricity at biomass plants, or used as logs to heat local homes. We also strive to preserve our landscape and environment, so if a tree can be saved, we will always look for ways to make it happen.
If you are looking for a reliable and professional tree surgeon in Kent and the South East, look no further than Sevenoaks Tree Care. We are fully insured and comply with all industry standards. Contact us today for a free consultation and quotation, and let us help you keep your trees healthy and beautiful.
Below is a list of services that Sevenoaks Tree Care have for offer and an explanation of the terminology
Is the complete removal of all branches from the trunk. A very harsh form of tree surgery to be used with caution and only on appropriate variety of tree
Crown reduction pruning is most often used when a tree has grown too large for the space it occupies and reduces the size of the trees crown whilst maintaining its natural shape.
Crown thinning is the selective removal of branches throughout the centre of the crown to increase light penetration and air movement through the crown. Thinning opens the foliage of a tree and reduces weight on heavy limbs, whilst maintaining the tree’s natural shape.
Removes the lower branches from the bottom of the canopy in order to allow more light through and provides clearance for pedestrians, vehicles, buildings etc.
The removal of deadwood, diseased or damaged branches from the crown of the tree to reduce the risk of falling branches causing accidents or injury, or if diseased branches threaten the health of the tree.
May be required for a number of reasons such as death, bad health of a tree or the hazardous nature of a tree, removal may be the only option in some situations. As many trees are located in close proximity to various types of buildings or structures sectional dismantling may be the only option as apposed to straight felling. In these to prevent damage rigging/lowering techniques are essential to get the tree safely on the ground.
Where trees and vegetation need to be removed prior to development work, garden re structuring etc, we can provide a range of site clearance services, ranging from us just carrying out tree felling or dismantling for you to clear with your own site machinery, right up to full clearance with all vegetation removed from site.
Emergency Tree Clearance
In the event of damage to a tree, snapped/hanging/ broken limbs or a completely fallen tree, we can attend at short notice to clear the tree and make it safe. Please use the details on the Contact Us page. If there is no answer, please leave a message stating you have an emergency and we’ll call you back as soon as possible and or text or email as all lines of enquiry are checked at regular intervals.
Where trees have been removed, leaving a stump in the ground can be an eyesore or present a trip hazard or vehicle obstruction. We can remove stumps by digging out, or using a grinder for larger stumps.
Level up, trim and tidy of all hedges as they seasonally grow to maintain appearance and at current size.