How do I know I’m choosing a good tree surgeon?
At Wychwood Tree Surgeons, all of our staff are fully qualified to British Standard BS3998, which is the recommendation for tree works. We are also covered for £5m public liability and £10m employers liability insurance and are a registered waste carrier.

We are local authority-approved and pick up a large part of our business from repeat customers and recommendations.
I’m not sure what services I need. Can you tell me?
Yes. We offer a free, no obligation quotation which you can request using our contact form.

Alternatively, you can get in touch with us via phone or email, and we have an emergency call-out number. Please note that we may not be able to provide a quotation over the phone, as we will need to assess your needs to determine the cost of services.
Are you environmentally friendly?
Tree planting is one of Wychwood Tree Surgeon’s key concerns as part of our forestry services, which also include conservation and regeneration. Additionally, we also sell or recycle the leftover wood as mulch, logs or chips to limit waste.
What insurance do you have?
In the unlikely event that something should go wrong, we £5m public liability and £10m employers liability insurance.

It's important to recognise that tree surgery is potentially hazardous work. With Wychwood Tree Surgeons, risks are minimised by the fact that all of our team are fully qualified professionals to British Standard BS3998 and we operate by a strict Health and Safety code.
What happens to waste?
At Wychwood Tree Surgeons, we are a registered waste carrier and we leave your garden exactly as we found it, just with vastly nicer trees. We're also an eco-friendly company who recycle and sell wood from our tree surgery operations as firewood, which is delivered free throughout Essex and Greater London, and further afield for a small delivery charge.
Are there any legal restrictions I should be aware of?
Some trees or groups are protected by Tree Preservation Orders (TPOs), which legally prohibits the cutting down, uprooting, topping, lopping, wilful damage or destruction of the trees it protects without the written consent of the local authority. TPOs can be placed on trees if it is deemed that their removal would negatively impact the local environment or the public's enjoyment in a significant way. Penalties for carrying out unauthorised works on TPO-protected trees is £20,000.

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