Welcome to London Treescapes for all your tree-related requirements.
We are experienced, reliable and qualified tree surgeons based in Blackheath and serving the wider South-East London area.
We are here to help you identify the health of your trees and to offer you appropriate remedial action where necessary including pruning, thinning, pollarding and if required, felling and tree removal.
We will work closely with local committees, homeowners, local authorities and developers to achieve the best result at the best possible price for you.
We take pride in our green credentials using the latest electric tools where practical to reduce our carbon footprint and we recycle your green waste in a variety of ways too.
As a first step, please contact our arborist for a free site visit and friendly advice to discuss your requirements and a free no obligation written quotation. Rest assured that all our work is covered by our £10.000.000 Public Liability Insurance.
Contact us today on 07702 257 656
We offer all aspects of tree care, including crown thinning, raising and reduction to allow more light through the canopy and to keep your tree more balanced and healthy.
From routine trimming to complex removal, London Treescapes will keep your trees safe and healthy.
We dispose of your green waste and recycle it in a variety of ways. so talk to us about our wood chipping service.
Wood chip is an ideal medium for dressing paths, flower beds and planters to help retain water and encourage insects and other pollinators.
We offer a full range of garden maintenance services throughout Blackheath and South East London.
Lawn mowing, garden maintenance and clearance, pruning, lopping and planting are just some of the services we provide.
Our skilled and experienced staff are here to discuss your requirements and to work with you to achieve and maintain your perfect outdoor space.
Contact us today for a free site visit and friendly advice to discuss your requirements and a free no obligation quotation, safe in the knowledge that all our work is covered by our £10.000.000 Public Liability Insurance.
Our customers satisfaction is important to us and we won't finish the job until you are perfectly satisfied and happy with every aspect and detail of our work.
Starting with your project design we will discuss your ideas in detail and can carry out both soft and hard landscaping from laying a new patio, repairing or building new low walls and rockeries, restoring or replacing steps and decking, laying new turf or artificial grass and replacing fencing.
If you would like to renovate your outdoor space and discuss your ideas with us, please telephone 07702 257656 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A crown reduction may be necessary to prevent your tree overshadowing underlying areas that are affected by blocked sunlight, such as flower beds and grassed areas for example. A crown reduction can also be an effective way to encourage new growth in a declining tree. Cutting the branches shorter to decrease the size of the canopy sends a strong signal to stimulate new growth. The branches are carefully cut to ensure they heal quickly and re-grow properly to form a new crown.
Pollarding is the technique of regularly pruning trees or shrubs back to a trunk to form a head of branches.
Pollarding may be required for example to restrict the growth of your tree in a confined space, or to create a formal shape and encourage production of stems with more colourful leaves and decorative bark.
The practice of pollarding should be carried out as a form of training from when the tree is young and should not be used as a means of reducing growth on an older tree.
Pollarding is similar to coppicing, but the difference between the two is that coppicing involves cutting a tree or shrub back to the stump at ground level, whereas a pollarded tree has a trunk that broadens with age and a head with stubs of branches from which new shoots grow each year.
In traditional woodland management, both techniques were used for practical reasons such as firewood production and the harvesting of straight stems for fencing.
Reshaping generally refers to altering the shape of a tree by thinning and crown reduction or crown lifting, to reduce your trees size and enhance its shape. These techniques offer many benefits for the overall health and life of your tree.
Crown thinning allows more light through to mid-level branches which is particularly important for broad-leafed trees such as beech, oak, ash and sycamore. Up to 30% of your trees branches may be removed to reduce density, weight and wind resistance, leading to a decrease in the chance of your tree suffering storm damage.
Tree lopping and tree pruning are two important services for the preservation and maintenance of trees. They both involve trimming or cutting branches, but there are significant differences between them that can have a major impact on the health of your trees.
Tree lopping is the act of removing large sections of a tree, typically entire branches. The purpose is often to reduce the size of an overly large tree or remove dangerous limbs that may pose a risk to people and property below.
Lopping can do more harm than good if done incorrectly by inexperienced operators as it can leave your tree weakened and open to disease.
London Treescapes qualified team of skillled tree surgeons understands the risks involved and are on hand to advise you of the best course of action.
Please contact our arborist for a free site visit, friendly advice and a free no obligation written quotation on 07702 257656 or email: email@example.com
Based in Blackheath, we are perfectly positioned to work with residents, landlords, local authorities, housing associations, and businesses in Greenwich, Lewisham and throughout South East London.
We pride ourselves on our quality of workmanship, safe working practices and competitive pricing. Talk to us about a free site visit and a free written quotation.
We work closely with you through every step of your project to ensure that you get the best possible service. Your complete satisfaction is very important to us .