The tree care team undertake an exciting job involving various tree care tasks and a selection of tree types, such as a eucalyptus and weeping beech.
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A sycamore reduction operation carried out by the team, with extra precautions taken to ensure the work met not only practical, but aesthetic needs.
An Oxfordshire school requires Bawden Tree Care's help in a variety of areas to help maintain the health of surrounding trees and contribute to the area's aesthetic and tidiness.
Some hedge cutting work requested by a local customer was carried out swiftly and to a high standard by our excellent tree care team. Some tree surgery was also required, which was tackled with ease by the team.
Tree thinning, crown reductions and crown lifts...we can do it all here at Bawden Tree care, even if you need all of this done in one go! This Over Wallop customer asked for our help, and we delivered to the highest standard.
A customer requires the crown reduction of a horse chestnut based in Bondeham, Salisbury. A gleaming success and very happy customer indeed!
A large beech is blocking sunlight from entering the garden of this Alresford customer, and Bawden Tree Care are the team to trust. The team, as always, ensure the tree is protected whilst meeting the customer's requirements.
The tree care team overcome a situation concerning where the tree requiring felling was located.
The tree care team reintroduce some sunlight into this client's garden after a mature beech has grown to prevent sunlight from reaching the area.
The team re shape an ornamental cypress for the client. The desired aesthetic was achieved and we were left with one very happy customer.
A wide range of services are requested by a customer for Bawden Tree Care to complete, including shrub pruning, hedge trimming and tree pollarding.
This council are consulted about a job that involves trees located within a conservation area, but the application is successful and the task is completed efficiently.
I have trees in my garden that have gotten out of hand. The require pruning by a professional tree surgeon, but how do I describe the job in hand when enquiring?
My neighbour's hedge, and a tree within it, are both encroaching into my garden over our boundary fence. Before I take matters into my own hands and have the offending growth cut back, am I safe to instigate this or is it seen as interfering with someone else's property?
Now that the weather's improving I think I need to have some tree and hedge work done. But with it being late June, have I left it too late?