Southmead Tree Surgery Services
Arborists in Southmead
We’re a family-run firm of highly motivated tree surgeons and believe in a professional approach when it comes to arboriculture.
Every tree surgeon in the Bristol Tree Services team is a trained arborist and all work is carried out to BS3998, using AFAG guidelines. The services we offer including tree reductions, stump grinding, hedge trimming and tree removals.
Located in north Bristol, Southmead has a population of just under 12,000. Monks Park, Horfield and Henleaze lie on Southmead’s boundaries.
Tree Surgeons in Southmead
First class service. Reliable, friendly guys. Would definitely recommend.
Worked really hard on my garden raking down several big trees. Made a huge difference. Would definitely recommend
They were great. Great price, very quick and tidy. Really nice guys. Thanks
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Please contact Bristol Tree Services today for a free, no-obligation quote. If you’re a commercial contractor and wish to see our fixed priced services then please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Every tree surgeon in our Bristol team is not only vastly experienced, but also friendly and happy to help with any tree surgery query you may have.
Qualified and professional Arborists based in Bristol
All works are carried out to BS3998, using AFAG guidelines. We are also registered waste carriers and try to recycle 100% of our waste as either fire logs or wood chip for Bio Fuel.
We are Bristol’s local Tree Surgeon, offering a variety of tree surgery services to domestic and commercial customers in Bristol and the surrounding areas.
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Working with customers in Bristol and across the wider South West.