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Peasedown St John Tree Surgeons

Tree Surgeons Peasedown St John BA2

The village of Peasedown St John in north-east Somerset is often touted by estate agents as being a “dormitory suburb” of Bath. There’s nothing dormant about this lively young commuter settlement though. The average age is 38, and most of the properties in the Peasedown BA2 postcode area are lovely family homes on relatively new estates where trees and hedges are already flourishing.

Wisely many homeowners in Peasedown have realised that even young trees need a little knowledgeable help to grow up healthy and happy, without becoming overpowering or a danger to buildings. That’s why we at West Country Tree Services are often called to visit properties in Peasedown to keep trees in check and hedges trimmed.

Tree Work in Peasedown St John

As passionate professional arborists in Peasedown, Dan Potter and his team at West Country Tree Services are fully qualified to take care of trees at all stages of their life, from planting to pruning and eventual removal if this becomes necessary due to disease, old age or land development.
Some of the useful tree services we offer in Peasedown St John are:

  • Tree inspections and hazard/risk assessments
  • Tree planting and aftercare
  • Identification & treatment of tree diseases
  • Tree re-shaping and crown thinning
  • Pollarding to limit tree height
  • Deadwood removal
  • Crown lifting and pruning to reduce impact on
  • buildings
  • Aerial inspections
  • Tree Felling
  • Stump Removal

We are fully covered by public and employers’ liability insurance, use the latest equipment and methods, and work to the highest level of health and safety to British Standard BS3998 for tree work.

Peasedown St John Hedge Trimming

Peasedown is well supplied with superb hedges both in and around the village. To keep these attractive hedges in Peasedown dense, compact and healthy they need regular professional trimming to prevent them from becoming unkempt and overgrown.

For us hedge trimming is not a chore. We relish the chance to keep hedges in line and consequently in good health. Generally a mature hedge should be cut at least once a year, between spring and late summer, after a wildlife risk assessment has been carried out to avoid disturbing nesting birds or other creatures taking refuge in the hedge.
We’re experts at hedge-laying in Peasedown too, so if you are considering adding a hedge to your garden landscaping we’ll be able to advise on the right species, position and planting.

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