Commercial Tree Surgeons 
for builders, landscapers, Councils, schools and more 
Commercial Tree Surgery 
for builders, landscapers, Councils, schools and more 

Commercial Arboriculture 

Our commercial tree and hedge services cover everything from pruning and felling, regular maintenance through to emergency work. 
We work with businesses, schools, colleges, councils indeed anywhere that needs our expertise in tree surgery. 
Our commercial quotations are completed as a bespoke service due to the wide variety of work, locations and access requirements. We meet with you to discuss your requirements and to provide advice to bring about the best outcome. 
Once we have gone through everything in detail we put together a detailed quotation breaking each section of works down and providing comprehensive RAMS upon acceptance. 
We work alongside you every step of the way discussing requirements and going back for second visits where required. 
Our comprehensive machinery means we can complete works quicker and more efficiently for commercial contracts which keeps the time and cost to a minimum for you, our client. We can also provide comprehensive tree surveys so if you have any concerns about trees that you are responsible for we can help. 
Some of our commercial clients 
✪ FROSTS ✪ Wilmott Dixon ✪ RTM Landscapes ✪ Landscape services direct 
✪ Various Parish Council's ✪ School projects ✪ Letting Agents ✪ Golf Clubs 
✪ Bletchley Park ✪ Red Bull ✪ Kier Construction ✪ Northgate vehicle hire 
✪ Prune and Plant ✪ Smith Construction ✪ Swaney Construction ✪ Weston Homes 
Types of Tree Work 
Tree pruning can be necessary to maintain a tree in a safe condition and if a tree is not pruned in the correct manor this can lead to trees becoming diseased  
and potentially dangerous. On your quotation sometimes there are certain words that don't explain  
clearly what is going to happen to your tree, to help you we have come up with this helpful information list to assist you: 


Crown thinning simply means the removal of a smaller portion of branches, usually at the outer crown.  
This will produce a uniform density of foliage around an evenly spaced structure. 
It does not alter the overall size and shape of the tree and it should not exceed 30% overall.  
Crown thinning will usually allow more light to pass through the tree, reduce the weight and wind resistance. 


Crown lifting is the preparing of lower branches for future removal and/or the removal of the lowest branches.  
It should not include the removal of large branches growing directly from the trunk.  
Crown lifting is an effective method of increasing light to areas close to the tree


Crown reduction is the reduction in height and/or spread of the crown.  
Reduction is the process of removing branch tips, pruning back to further down the branch. 
This can make the tree more suited to it's environment and reduce shading and light loss. 
It may be done to remove dead/diseased or damaged branches, or just to reduce the overall size of the tree. 


These are the non living branches or stems due to natural ageing or external influences. It should be left as much as possible as it provides essential habitats and it should only be removed if it poses a risk. 
These limbs can then fall over time or during periods of high winds and storms. 


This is the initial removal of the top of a young tree, once started it should be repeated; always retaining the initial pollard point. Pollarding is a pruning system involving the removal of the upper branches of a tree. This promotes the growth of a dense head of foliage and branches. 


A tree will need to be dismantled or felled if it has become hazardous. Tree dismantling is different from tree felling as the tree is removed carefully in sections to eliminate potential damage to nearby trees and structures. It is also used when extra attention needs to be paid to limit the risk of damage and maximise the safety of members of the public/their properties. 


Stump grinding is used for when you need to remove the stump from a felled tree.  
The machines can completely destroy the roots of the trees in a few seconds. 
If the tree you removed was diseased then avoiding stump grinding could cause the disease to spread through its roots and into other plants.  


New hedges require formative pruning for the first couple of years after planting and this is usually carried out in the winter or spring.  
Maintenance trimming occurs after this usually once, sometimes, twice a year.  
The maintenance trimming is usually carried out between spring and summer. It can also revive the appearance and health. 


There are many trees that are legally protected. Felling or even just pruning a protected tree without permission from your Local Planning Authority may be a criminal offence.  
Always check for Tree Preservation Orders or Conservation Area restrictions with your local council’s Tree Officer and/or Planning Department before carrying out any works.  
Browns Tree Solutions can do complete checks for you, please ask for further details 


Scrub can be a few scattered bushes, a patch of nettles and bramble, a dense thicket or young trees starting to grow. 
If left unchecked, scrub could take over and turn flower-rich grasslands into woodland. 
The aim of scrub-clearing work is not to remove the scrub entirely, but to make sure it isn't dominating the area. 


Habitat creation, Management plans, timber extraction, vegetation clearance, site preparation and pre development surgery. 


Ray's speciality is site clearance works. He can travel anywhere in the UK please 
get in contact for more details and costs 
For more information simply call us on 0800 862 0863  
Alternatively please click here to contact us.  
Browns Tree Solutions Ltd 
The Tree and Hedge Specialists 
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