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Oak Floors London
Tree pollarding in London, EC1N 8JY
Castleburg Construction Ltd
Tree pollarding in Cambridge, CB21 5LT
Tree pollarding in Norwich, NR9 3AB
Tree pollarding in Buntingford, SG9 9FW
Abbins Maintenance Limited
Tree pollarding in Grays, RM20 3BJ
Daylon Services Ltd
Tree pollarding in Weybridge, KT13 9AB
Sunnyside Gardens And Tree Care
Tree pollarding in Telford, TF8 7EU
Smiling Jolly'S Garden Services
Tree pollarding in Nottingham, NG9 4HZ
Just Rope Access
Tree pollarding in Brighouse, HD6 4JD
Tree pollarding in Brighouse, HD6 1NA
Tree pollarding in Croydon, CR0 4WF

Latest Tree pollarding Reviews

Abbins Maintenance Limited
7 Aug 2019
Castleburg Construction Ltd
6 Aug 2019
12 Jul 2019
22 Mar 2019

Hiring a tradesman for tree pollarding

Tree pollarding is an important part of tree maintenance. Finding a tradesman for the job may seem like it would be an arduous task, but it is much easier through Plentific. The Plentific website can generate a bespoke list of the best tradesmen in your local area that offer the services and expertise you need for your job, and to help you compare them quickly you will also get convenient access to customer ratings and reviews for each of your choices.

What do you need to know about tree pollarding?

‘Pollarding’ is the act of pruning trees to restrict their growth. It starts when a tree reaches a certain height and is usually done annually, so finding a good tradesman one year can help you avoid the stresses of a new tradesman search the next. It is best to avoid having the work done in autumn, as decaying fungi can get into the pruning cuts. That being said, tree surgeons can be extremely busy in certain months, so collect several quotes to make sure you get a competitive rate. It is best to speak to an arborist about your situation - certain trees will need pollarding at different times of year, and if you live in a conservation area then you will have to do any work in accordance with local law.

The cost of tree pollarding will usually depend on the size and species of the tree. Restricting growth on a well established tree may require climbing, additional safety equipment and dangerous tools like chainsaws. Make sure your tradesman is a qualified arborist: they may have approval from the Arboricultural Association or a similar national tradesmans’ organisation. A professional should be able to provide evidence of their qualifications and experience, in addition to reviews and ratings from previous clients. Due to the potential danger of the work it is fundamental that you make sure your final choice is fully covered against accidental damage and liabilities.