Who We are
We are a small team of professional Arborists based in County Durham and operating throughout the North East of England. Established in October 2000, with the goal to provide a friendly, efficient and environmentally sound approach to modern Arboriculture, we pride ourselves on customer satisfaction and a job well done.
We are fully trained to NPTC standards as well as National Diploma/Higher National Certificate in Arboriculture and have many years experience in dealing with trees and Hedges of all shapes and sizes.
We are Local Authority approved Contractors for Durham County Council and carry out work for many other Commercial clients where specialist knowledge and skills are required to deal with Trees.
We have full Public Liability Insurance and Employers Liability Insurance and have a firm belief that health and safety is a key factor in the way we work.
To ensure that we can offer the best possible information and advice based on your requirements we offer a free on site advice and quotation service. If you would like advice or a free quotation, why not contact us.
Why choose us?
- You will receive advice from a fully qualified Arborist. We give you the best possible advice based on your needs and the needs of your Tree not on how we can make the most money. Because of our commitment to a quality service, most of our work comes from recommendations from previous customers.
- Our quotes and advice are given free of charge and with no commitment.
- Our team are fully NPTC qualified Arborists with many years of experience.
- All work is covered by our public liability insurance. We are fluent with current Health and safety requirements and risk assessments.
- We carry out our work to the highest standards and always work in accordance to British Standards Recommendations for Tree work BS3998 and British standards recommendations for trees in and around development sites BS5837.
- When the work is complete we leave the site clear and tidy, we remove all unwanted arisings.
We offer a full service to domestic and commercial clients for all your tree work needs including:
- Crown reductions.
- Dead wood removal.
- Sectional dismantling.
- Full tree felling.
- Hedge and shrub care.
- Fruit tree pruning.
- TPO/Conservation area applications.
- Woodland management.
- Tree planting.
- Site clearance.
- Stump grinding including narrow access (26″.)
- Fire Wood – As part of our commitment to sustainable arboriculture we season hard wood for burning in open fires and stoves, get in touch for current prices or to arrange a delivery.
- Wood Chip – branch wood up to 6″ diameter is chipped on site and removed, it is then stored to be used as mulch or Bio mass at Redcar Power Station .
- Special woods for carving and turning- Get in touch to see what we have available!
If you are interested in fire wood or wood chip then get in touch using our contact details above to arrange a delivery.
Our Coverage Area
From our base near Durham we cover the North East of England.
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Our Coverage area includes:
Barnard Castle, Bishop Auckland, Chester-le-Street, Consett, Crook, Darlington, Durham, Gateshead, Hexham, Middlesbrough, Newcastle, Newton Aycliffe, Richmond, Spennymoor.
What is Arboriculture?
Arboriculture is the cultivation and management of trees within the landscape.
This includes the study of how trees grow and respond to cultural practises and the environment,
as well as application of cultural techniques such as selection, planting, care, surgery and removal.
The main focus of arboriculture is amenity trees; such trees are maintained primarily for landscape
purposes for the benefit of human beings. Amenity trees are usually in gardens, parks or urban settings,
and arboriculture involves aspects of plant health, pest and pathogen control, risk management,
and aesthetic considerations. Trees offer cultural and natural heritage benefits beyond production of
wood products; for this reason, arboriculture needs to be distinguished from forestry, which is the
commercial production and use of timber and other forest products from plantations and forests.
Arboriculture definition courtesy of: Wikipedia.org
All Seasons Arborists are committed to minimising the impact to the
environment around us and are always trying to work as efficiently as
possible, some of the ways we do this are:
- Utilising modern tree care techniques to ensure minimal
wastage and fast completion of works.
- Pricing work when already in the area to minimise fuel wastage.
- Minimising green waste by recycling into wood chip mulch/Bio mass and seasoning timber for fire
- Using modern machinery, which is kept in excellent condition and
appropriate for the task.
- Using Biodegradable chain oils.
- Using Aspen Alkalate petrol and the highest quality fully synthetic Bio degradable 2