Tree Surgery is a specialised job that involves far more than lopping off branches. It takes years of training and on-the-job experience to become a professional, fully-qualified tree surgeon who can operate a business safely with the right skills, insurance and equipment to get the job done.
Here at Wilts & Hants Tree Care we’re proud of our reputation for excellence, our knowledge and passion for our domestic and commercial tree work in and around Salisbury, Wiltshire, and Andover, Hampshire.
Our tree surgeons are City & Guilds qualified, Lantra awards (the leading awarding body for land-based industries in the UK) approved, and NPTC (National Proficiency Test Council) certified. They have passed the CS30, CS32, CS38 and CS39 levels of chain-saw competency, and have 10 years working experience.
We’re here to help if you have a tree on your property causing an obstruction, a hazard, damaged in a storm, showing signs of decay or disease, with invasive roots or overgrown crown. In fact, if you have any trouble at all with trees, we’ll be able to find a solution.
Our tree services include:
We have a long list of satisfied customers in the area including not only private home-owners but also organisations like schools, hospitals and local businesses – wherever there are trees of any age, species or size on the grounds in need of professional management.
If you’ve been putting off having trees on your property attended to for fear of disrupting or disturbing your garden, or damaging your house and outbuildings, you can rest assured that Wilts & Hants Tree Care is committed to causing as little disorder as possible.
We have full public liability insurance and have all the safety equipment and training necessary to ensure we carry out our work quickly, tidily and efficiently with minimal risk to your property, its occupants and ourselves.
Each job of tree surgery is carefully planned before it is executed, so we know just where branches will fall and how much mess will result. We do our utmost to leave the site as clean as possible after carrying out any tree pruning or felling, and stumps are ground out and filled or dug out as appropriate.