As experienced tree surgeons with a passion for hedge cutting and stump grinding, we maintain safe working conditions from the outset. Whether you contact us for crown thinning in Esher, directional felling in Cobham or dead wooding in Walton-on-Thames, we deliver professional care for the long-term condition of the natural environment. For this reason, we have become a preferred choice for tree surgery in Surrey, the South East and projects nationwide.
Like any talented tree surgeons, we come with a range of accreditations for your total peace of mind. Our experts work closely with domestic, commercial and industrial customers, and frequently assist councils and property developers with their needs.
The safety of our tree surgery team, nearby homes and the public remain our top priority. This is why we ensure that all of our tree surgeons receive extensive training in every regard.
Even when carried out by a fully trained and experienced tree surgeon, tree surgery still carries inherent dangers. From chainsaw accidents to falls from height, in the last decade, there have been over a thousand injuries suffered on active sites. To counter this, each member of our team must hold a certain level of accreditation before we can train them. We send only City & Guilds-accredited professionals, who work to strict NPTC standards.
To carry out tree surgery, hedge cutting or stump grinding, we ensure that our tree surgeons undergo training in compliance with the following HSE legislation:
As a responsible team of specialists, we comply with the Management of Health and Safety Work Regulations 1999, which demands a full risk assessment at each workplace. These assessments are carried out in full for projects across Cobham, Esher, Walton-on-Thames and the Surrey area.
At Midgard Tree Services, our team values safety as highly as we do outstanding workmanship. Fortunately for our customers throughout the UK, we excel at both. Please contact us for a free quotation, crown thinning and reductions or emergency tree care on a 24-hour basis.