Specialising in the removal of dangerous felling, topping, mulshing, stump grinding, and utility specialist.

Whatever the tree, whatever the process, Treepro will find the best solution for you.

At Treepro we have specialist knowledge, training and qualifications in a wide range of services for governmental, commercial, industrial and domestic sectors.

Our systems, procedures, focus and training is specifically geared towards government organisations, public sectors and large scale commercial and industrial requirements. We possess the skills, experience and technical expertise to offer a large variety of services to customers of all sizes.

We trim approximately 14,700 trees annually. Thats is almost 367,500 trees trimmed to the highest professional standard in our 25 year history. We have the experience, knowledge and track record of performance to get the job done.

We have a specialised fleet and equipment designed to optimise performance and serve our clients in the most efficient, effective and safety focused way possible. All equipment maintenance is carried out on site by highly qualified staff ensuring all our services are conducted to the highest industry standards.


Treepro has the skills and resources to conduct in-depth tree reports/surveys, which are carried out to asses the condition of any tree. All reports/surveys are carried out by a qualified arborist. Within the report/survey will be included recommendations for works to be carried out. Reports on recommended planting may also be provided. Following on from the results of your report, Treepro will work closely with you to plan and perform the necessary works in a timely manner, ensuring you get the best industry service for the best value.


We provide a hedge cutting service from small garden hedges to large boundary hedges. All hedge cutting operations are conducted following stringent safety and operational guidelines to ensure completion of the job in an efficient and cost-effective manner.


Our power line specialist team ensures the safety and reliability of the electricity network. We have the abilities to trim trees to ensure minimum safety distances are maintained. Our specialist tools allow us to work safely in close proximity to live power lines, meaning we can take on many complex and potentially dangerous projects which other companies could not.


Treepro has specialist skills, knowledge and a long track record of experience conducting hoist work in the most challenging environments. Our hoist team are trained to an exceptional standard and we promote the safety and welfare of our workers, the customer and the public at large as our primary concern.


Treepro has the capabilities to perform to the highest technical and safety standards, all variations of site clearance from private to commercial, from small to large.


Storms may cause limbs or entire trees to fall, often landing on other trees, homes and other structures, or cars. The weight of storm-damaged trees is great, and they can be dangerous to remove or trim. We can assist in performing the job in a safe manner, while reducing further risk of damage to property and the welfare of the public.


The tree is either felled or dismantled in sections. Felling dead, dying or diseased and damaged trees makes an area safer and allows other trees to thrive.


Removing Dead, Dying or Diseased branches throughout the Tree: This involves the precise removal of dead, dying or diseased branches throughout the Tree without causing any damage to the tree itself. Overhaul: This includes the removal of deadwood, diseased and dying wood, broken or split branches, epicormic growth, and basal suckers if requested and crossing or rubbing branches. Crown Thinning: This includes overhauling the crown and the thinning out of the crown in order to allow the wind to travel more freely through the crown and to reduce the wind sail. Crown Reduction: Crown reduction can allow the continued conservation of trees where structural problems might otherwise demand the loss of a tree. Crown reduction is often required to compensate for loss of root viability. Crown Raising: The removal of the lowest branches that effectively increase the height of the main crown above ground level. Pollarding: Heavy crown reduction pruning or pollarding techniques are sometimes appropriate where the crown of a tree is simply too large for its location or in instances where extensive defects and weaknesses might make the tree unstable.

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