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Your Local Tree Care Specialists

With all our tree surgeons qualified to N.P.T.C. and LANTRA level and the company fully insured and compliant with all official regulations governing tree care and tree surgery AND a completely unblemished health and safety record, you can rest assured that you and your trees are in the very safest of hands at all times.

We offer one of the most comprehensive ranges of tree care services in Ipswich. Please do not hesitate to contact us for a no-obligation and fully tailored written quotation on any of our services.

Tree Surgery

Our tree surgeons are fully qualified and trained in working at height. We have specialist knowledge of all tree species and know precisely what to look for in terms of disease and pest infestations and, of course, how best to deal with it.

Tree Pruning

We provide an extensive range of tree pruning services including pollarding, deadwood pruning, crown lifting, crown reduction and crown thinning. Depending on the species of tree you have, its age, condition and size, we can recommend the best tree pruning service to suits your individual needs.

We also offer a range of specialist tree care services in Ipswich including hedge trimming or removal; ivy trimming or removal and bamboo removal.

Tree Care Advice

If you are looking for advice on the tree, you are welcome to tap into our in-depth knowledge. We have put together a wealth of resources on this website, and are also on hand to answer any questions you may have or to provide tailored guidance on any tree care matter.

When to Prune your Tree

Generally, the rule of thumb with tree pruning is to avoid the growing season which in most cases is late spring to early winter. This is because when a tree is pruned whilst it is actively growing, it bleeds sap. Sap attracts bugs, which in turn bring disease. This is obviously not good tree care practice, hence avoiding the growing season.

Optimum pruning times – and methods – for individual tree species will vary though, so be sure to check our resources or contact us for tailored advice before proceeding. We are always happy to help. Remember: when it comes to the well-being of your precious trees, there is no substitute for professional advice.

It should also be remembered that it is an offence to carry out any sort of non-emergency tree work during the bird nesting season, i.e. February to August. Always be sure to check for nesting birds before proceeding with any tree work and respect wildlife.

Any emergency tree work such as the removal of dangerous branches that are posing a threat to safety can be carried out at any time of year.

Common Tree Diseases

Some trees are more susceptible than others where disease and pest infestations are concerned. You have probably heard of some of the most common tree diseases, such as ash dieback, chestnut blight, Dutch elm disease and oak decline, but there are many more to look out for.

Tree Care and Tree Preservation Orders  We are more than happy to offer our service to you and help in any way we can. quickly and efficiently. skill and reliability – and our affordable rates.

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Contact Lovelandtreecare your local tree surgeon, arborist, tree removal, tree cutting service, expert today.
Your local, Ipswich tree surgeon, look forward to hearing from you! Whether you need a tree cutting back in your garden, a substantial conifer hedge trimming or tree pollarding or tree removal, tree cutting service, on commercial or public land, we have the experience, qualifications and know-how to get the job done swiftly, professionally and at the most affordable rates.

Ipswich United Kingdom

Please call for your free NO OBLIGATION quotation today. OR SIMPLY WANT SOME ADVICE

07307 695024

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