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Domestic Tree Services


Helping you to enjoy your garden

We consider trees to be a beautiful, natural asset, to be cared for and preserved wherever possible. We know how to look after them, and our experienced and passionate team will always give you the best advice.

"It was the most stinking horrible day, cold and rainy and windy, and all three men worked ceaselessly and with good cheer. They were fantastic." Karin Bolton, Clapton Manor.

Our extensive equipment means we can handle anything you'll throw at us, whether it's a one-off job or you need regular help year round. Here are just some of the services we provide:

  • Winter fruit-tree pruning
  • Tree and hedge planting
  • General tree health management e.g. deadwooding, shaping and pollarding
  • Hedge trimming, particularly if large or hard to access
  • Stump removal and tree/shrub clearance
  • Tree felling
  • 24 hour emergency service, for example following storm damage

Our team of friendly professionals are determined to help you make the most of your garden. We work to the highest health & safety standards and we are accredited by the Arboricultural Association who are the benchmark for quality standards in tree surgery.

If you think you might need our help, just drop us an Email or call us on (01367) 810208. We'll come out to you and give you a free on-site quote there and then.


  • Hedge trimming and shaping
  • Stump and plant clearance

All work is carried out to BS3998:2010 British Standards

24 hour
call-out: phone
07971 624 646

If you need to get logs for your fire, it's not too late - visit our sister company cotswoldwoodfuels.co.uk to place your order.

Notes from our

Time to mulch around the base of young trees, shrubs and flower beds. This will retain moisture, suppress weeds and encourage root growth, as well as fertilising the soil as it breaks down. The best mulch is organic e.g straw, woodchip, leaf mould, compost and chopped bark. Avoid using fine grains of peat or lawn mowings.