The tree care team undertake an exciting job involving various tree care tasks and a selection of tree types, such as a eucalyptus and weeping beech.
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Want to know what people are really saying about Bawden Tree Care? Well wonder no more - the Our Work blog consists of a variety of case studies, including what work was done, where it took place and what the customers had to say! Use this blog to get a good idea of our standard of service and decide if we're the tree surgeons for you.
Matching "weeping beech tree" Tag
We had a huge 120+-year-old Ash Tree in our garden that sadly contracted the Dieback disease, became very unsafe and needed to come down. The big challenge was the tree’s location and size, it stretched over two gardens with various structures and landscaping ( Sheds, greenhouse, brand new terrace, pergola, well-stocked flower beds) and a well used public footpath/cycleway.
The team from Bowden liaised with the local authorities to gain the necessary permissions and then removed the tree over a period of four days with faultless professionalism and zero damage to the existing infrastructure, an incredible feat!
My family would have no hesitation in selecting Bowden Tree Care for any future projects we may have or in recommending their services to any future customers.
"Thank you very much for all of the trouble you took over our tree work. Not an easy job; I thought your team were quite excellent."