Tim Green has over 35 years' experience and is your local tree expert. He and his small, professional team are highly trained in trimming, removing and maintaining the health of all types and sizes of tree. They offer a first class service at a competitive price.
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A Special Message to our customers and friends about COVID-19 from Tim, your local neighbourhood Tree Services expert!
The safety and well-being of customers is my priority and I’d like to let you know about the protective measures I’m taking during these challenging times.
I intend to keep my business open and will be operating as usual during this vital period of social distancing.
The team at Tim's Tree Service wishes you and your loved ones the very best of health. We’re all in this together, and together we’ll get through it.
Tim from Tim’s Tree Service has been pruning, shaping and removing trees for local residents for almost 35 years. He and his team pride themselves on supplying a professional, clean and efficient service to all their clients. They are competitively priced, and will always leave your property clean and tidy when they have finished the job. They are also fully insured, with quotes available on weekends.
You should never try to prune or remove a large tree yourself. It may seem like a good idea at the time, but chainsaws and height are not a good combination unless you have the training, experience and protective equipment. DIY accidents are on the rise, so keep yourself safe and call Tim and the team. They will do the job quickly, easily and safely.
A neat and well-maintained tree not only looks great, it has additional benefits such as:
By removing dead wood, unsafe branches and reducing the overall weight of a tree, you are reducing the risk of falling branches.
Let light into the rest of your garden
By having the canopy of your trees thinned out, it allows the light to filter through to lawn and plants underneath. It also enables the tree to withstand strong winds as it increases air circulation through the tree rather than against it.
Improve the health of your trees
Tim and his team can prune your trees back to a healthy state, removing dead or diseased branches.
As a home owner or occupier, you are responsible for keeping any trees on your property a safe distance from power lines all year round.
When trees or branches come into contact with power lines, they can cause power failure, fires and serious accidents. Trees can also become live, which poses a serious risk to you and your family.
Attempting to prune trees around power lines can be dangerous and potentially fatal if you don’t have the right equipment and don’t know what you’re doing. Don’t take unnecessary risks, call the professionals at Tim’s Tree Service
Tim and his team are highly skilled in emergency situations, including storm damage. If you have a fallen tree, or think that your trees may have been damaged in a storm, it’s important to get them assessed by a professional. Tim and his team will offer a prompt and expert assessment, and clear away any debris.
No one wants a garden full of leaves from a tree that isn't theirs! If any of your trees are close to the boundary line, it’s important to make sure they are regularly trimmed and pruned by a professional. This will help to keep dropped leaves on your side of the fence and also guard against branches falling onto your neighbour’s property.
Call Tim’s Tree Service and you can rest assured that he and his team will offer a reliable and first class service.
We’ve already had one storm and it’s not even winter yet, so now is a great time to check your trees and make sure they are going to make it through the winter.
Mature garden trees can add shade, contribute towards a calm and relaxing environment and add value to your home – but only if they’re healthy. Here are 4 signs that they might need some professional attention.
If you have a tree in your garden that has outgrown its space, it will need to be reduced in size to stop it from causing damage - especially if it is close to your house. It's better to do this sooner, rather than later. The longer you leave it, the harder it will be to prune and the less likely it will be to recover.