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"Joshua completed the task very quick and removed what we wanted to be removed , very polite and easy to work with and got on with it straight away . Would definitely recommend to use him again !"

Cut tree stump

£10

"Fantastic work, very professional, would definitely use again."

Remove stumps, vines, attach gate & repaint window

£400

"Simon got the job done and I may well ask for his services again in the future. "

Cut down stump of a tree

£50

"Adam was on time, friendly, professional, and a hard worker - he got a tough job done. Would highly recommend and hire again."

Tree Stump Grinding

£80

"Good job... "

Tree stump removal

£25

"Ben was very helpful and despite being unable to complete the job (through no fault of his own) we were able to come to an agreement as to how best to reimburse him for the work he had carried out."

Tree stump removal

£65

What's the average cost of a Tree Surgeon

£68 - £235

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£235

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Top Tree Surgeons related questions

No. Pollarding (i.e. removing all tree branches from a tree) is only suitable for certain types of trees. For example, pollarding is suitable for ash tree surgery, elm tree surgery, and willow tree surgery. Other examples include maple, oak, and sycamore trees. But a tree surgeon will need to handle trees on a case by case basis. Whether or not your tree can normally be pollarded, you still need to consult a tree care professional.
Tree surgeons are not legally obligated to get certified. But certification ensures a tree surgeon has enough training, especially for dangerous tasks. A tree surgeon would need to go through extensive training and work experience. Tree surgeon certificates of competence include:
  • tree felling and processing
  • chainsaw maintenance, on-site preparation, and basic cross-cutting
  • using a chainsaw from a rope and harness
  • first aid at work
Tree surgeons do the dirty work, such as cutting down trees, pruning, and removing stumps. Meanwhile, arborists are certified professionals who studied the science of arboriculture (i.e. the cultivation of trees and shrubs). Arborists would diagnose the whole body of a tree to come up with the right solution. In other words, tree surgeons and arborists do not have the same training or knowledge. However, a tree surgeon and arborist may work side-by-side to plan and execute tree services.
Winter is an ideal time to prune many species of trees. During winter, trees tend to be dormant. But it can be useful to prune cherry species during the summer months to avoid Silver Leaf Fungus infection. Your tree surgeon can advise you on the best time to do your specific tree service.
Discarded trees, limbs, and branches go to a green landfill if your location has no recycling facility for tree waste. But if possible, a tree surgeon can go for more environmentally conscious disposal options. Tree waste can be turned into mulch, firewood, biofuel, and lumber. Your local tree surgeon may be aware of environment-friendly disposal options in your area.
When tree surgeons make you an offer on Airtasker, you can message them directly for follow-up questions. The following questions can help you find the right tree surgeon:
  • How will you be removing the tree?
  • How will your method affect the tree’s future growth?
  • Is there a way to do the job without affecting my neighbours?
A skilled tree surgeon should be willing and capable to answer these questions in detail.
No. Pollarding (i.e. removing all tree branches from a tree) is only suitable for certain types of trees. For example, pollarding is suitable for ash tree surgery, elm tree surgery, and willow tree surgery. Other examples include maple, oak, and sycamore trees. But a tree surgeon will need to handle trees on a case by case basis. Whether or not your tree can normally be pollarded, you still need to consult a tree care professional.
Tree surgeons do the dirty work, such as cutting down trees, pruning, and removing stumps. Meanwhile, arborists are certified professionals who studied the science of arboriculture (i.e. the cultivation of trees and shrubs). Arborists would diagnose the whole body of a tree to come up with the right solution. In other words, tree surgeons and arborists do not have the same training or knowledge. However, a tree surgeon and arborist may work side-by-side to plan and execute tree services.
Discarded trees, limbs, and branches go to a green landfill if your location has no recycling facility for tree waste. But if possible, a tree surgeon can go for more environmentally conscious disposal options. Tree waste can be turned into mulch, firewood, biofuel, and lumber. Your local tree surgeon may be aware of environment-friendly disposal options in your area.
Tree surgeons are not legally obligated to get certified. But certification ensures a tree surgeon has enough training, especially for dangerous tasks. A tree surgeon would need to go through extensive training and work experience. Tree surgeon certificates of competence include:
  • tree felling and processing
  • chainsaw maintenance, on-site preparation, and basic cross-cutting
  • using a chainsaw from a rope and harness
  • first aid at work
Winter is an ideal time to prune many species of trees. During winter, trees tend to be dormant. But it can be useful to prune cherry species during the summer months to avoid Silver Leaf Fungus infection. Your tree surgeon can advise you on the best time to do your specific tree service.
When tree surgeons make you an offer on Airtasker, you can message them directly for follow-up questions. The following questions can help you find the right tree surgeon:
  • How will you be removing the tree?
  • How will your method affect the tree’s future growth?
  • Is there a way to do the job without affecting my neighbours?
A skilled tree surgeon should be willing and capable to answer these questions in detail.

What do tree surgeon services include?

Tree surgeon services include pruning, removing tree limbs or stumps, and cutting down trees. These specialists handle the dirty work and dangerous tasks related to tree removal. Often, tree surgeon services involve using hazardous equipment and climbing at great heights. 

A tree surgeon may remove unsafe, diseased or dead trees. In other situations, a tree surgeon may prune a tree to control its growth and shape. Tree surgeon services keep your premises safe and your landscape looking beautiful. 

Tree felling

Felling involves cutting down a tree that is diseased, dead, or unsafe. When a tree is sick, a tree surgeon may have to remove it altogether to prevent the disease from spreading to surrounding trees. A tree surgeon may also fell a tree in a weak condition to ensure safety. For extra peace of mind, you can hire an arborist to work alongside your tree surgeon. Arborists are specially trained to diagnose trees and recommend safe solutions.

Tree cutting, pruning & lopping

Cutting, pruning, or lopping stimulates or controls growth in trees. Tree pruning is the process of removing diseased or dead wood. What’s more, tree pruning stimulates the growth of fruit and flower buds.

Meanwhile, tree lopping is an effective way to modify the shape of a tree. The method involves cutting branches and training them to grow in a specific direction. A tree surgeon may also do crown thinning on a tree. This consists of removing select branches to increase light penetration and reduce crown weight.

Tree service & maintenance

Tree maintenance tasks include pruning, using mulch, and trimming. A tree surgeon may also perform preventative treatments for insects and diseases. Tree services & maintenance can keep a tree looking healthy and beautiful. To complement your tree services, book lawn care and garden maintenance for the upkeep of your outdoor space.

Stump removal

Tree surgeons can grind down and remove unsightly or bulky stumps. The process may require a specialised stump grinding machine. With this machine, both the stump and root system can be completely destroyed.

When the job is done, some tree surgeons may also clear out the debris from your garden or yard. If you have other clutter lying around, you can book a clearance service on our platform. Once the task is done, you can get on with your building or replanting plans. Or enjoy your newly cleared outdoor space.

Tree pollarding

Pollarding a tree involves removing all branches and most of the limbs of a tree, leaving only the trunk. Through pollarding, the tree eventually produces dense branches and foliage. For aesthetic purposes, pollarding can grow unique-looking “lollipop trees.”

What’s more, pollarding keeps a tree from outgrowing its bounds on a private landscape or encroaching on electrical wires. The method also keeps trees compact on city streets, parks, or small spaces. Once you pollard a tree, you’ll have to repeat the process every year or two throughout the tree’s life. This means you may need constant landscaping and garden maintenance.

Recent Tree Surgeons tasks

Removal of soil and sawdust from tree stump

£150

Sydenham, Greater London

12th Jun 2022

Hi, To remove left over turf and soil, from a concrete base installation and sawdust from a tree stump grinding. Both are in the rear garden with no back access so would have to be carried through the house. To be taken away and disposed of. Thanks - Due date: Flexible

Nik was nice and polite and did a good job quickly

Large tree stump removal

£350

Chiswick, Greater London

8th Jun 2022

Removal of tree stump. Access through house only . Anytime in the next month,

Put in a lot of effort to get this stump out.

Tree stump removal

£70

Streatham Vale, Greater London

31st May 2022

I need a small tree stump removed from my garden. Access is via a side gate, over a set of steps and up a gravel path

Palm tree trimming

£40

Friern Barnet, Greater London

29th May 2022

Tall Palm tree, cut dry branches - Due date: Flexible

Tree removal

£250

East Ham, Greater London, E6

19th May 2022

Need tree removing from garden - Due date: Flexible

Digging out bush stumps

£300

Shortlands, Greater London

5th May 2022

I need 5 small bush stumps and 1 large bush stump digging out from my front garden.

Tree removal

£100

Bromley, Greater London

27th Feb 2022

I have a bay tree and a silver birch in my garden, about 2 stories high, which I want cut down. I'd be happy with short stumps rather than a whole ground extraction. If you can do removal then that is fine, but they could be slung over my back fence as it backs onto DLR no man's land. If someone has a chainsaw, I do t see how this could be more than 30m of work, but I will defer to the experts and help lift up the remains to sling over into the wilderness. - Due date: Flexible

Did the job well and made it look easy

I need to remove a palm tree roots

£125

Cann Hall, Greater London

9th Jun 2022

Help to removal stump and roots (Palm ball) - Due date: Before Saturday, 11 June 2022

Remove a conifer hedge .. 2.5 mts high and have 2 stumps grinder down

£750

Knotty Green, Buckinghamshire

6th Jun 2022

Complete removal Of a conifer hedge and rubbish removed and have 2 stumps grinder - Due date: Before Thursday, 9 June 2022

Take out a big tree stump

£80

Stroud Green, Greater London

30th May 2022

Iv got a big tree stump in my garden- who can take this out?

Cut down some stumps

£50

Romford, Greater London, RM1

29th May 2022

I need dome stumps levelled, I gad some huge trees but now they have been vcut down all that remains are the bottom of the stumps - Due date: Flexible

Tree removal and grass cut(not actually for £5)

£5

Coldblow, Greater London

14th May 2022

I need 3 Fir Trees (not huge trees) removed? Palm tree tidied and grass cut. I require quotes so have put budget as £5 in order to post. Also remove all waste. - Due date: Flexible

Taking out the tree stump

£90

Kingston Hill, Greater London, KT2

23rd Mar 2022

Taking out the tree stump in KT2 - Due date: Flexible

Done my job quick and clean

Rotting tree removal

£75

Cricklewood, Greater London, NW2

15th Jun 2022

I have a dead tree in my garden which is covered in ivy. The tree is rotting and is almost completely horizontal. I would like the tree and ivy removed entirely - Due date: Flexible

Alvin was great! Super friendly and helpful! Did a fantastic job removing my tree!

Cut & Remove a tree stump

£200

Thornton Heath, Greater London

9th Jun 2022

I have the stump of a tree (accessible via front garden) that would need the skill set of someone confident with a chain saw or stump grinder to remove. I have dug it out so it is accessible from all sides. I'd be happy to offer an further £100 for the removal of additional green wate including the stump that has been cut. Once the job is complete to the agreed price above. additional general gardening tasks will become available. - Due date: Flexible June 2022

Tree stump removal & garden waste removal

£80

Stroud Green, Greater London

2nd Jun 2022

I have a tree that was diseased so it had to be cut down.. I’m left with a big stump that needs to be dealt with.. Need the right person with the right tools .. the tree has started to rot so hopefully shouldn’t be too much of a problem!

Chop tree stump in garden

£50

Bushey Mead, Greater London

30th May 2022

Chop two bushes down in garden - Due date: Flexible

Tree stump removal

£30

Becontree, Greater London

21st May 2022

Hi I need to remove a small tree runk/stump from my garden. I done some digging up already so that should help. It’s a a large tree. Please see pictures. Looking for reasonable quotes Thank - Due date: Flexible

Tree Stump Removal, 4 stumps one approximately 10" the other 3 2/3"

£130

Upper Norwood, Greater London, SE19

11th May 2022

one of the stumps is about 10" with roots at ground level the other 3 about 3" in diameter. - Due date: Flexible

Tree surgeon required for tree removal

£400

Stroud Green, Greater London

2nd Mar 2022

We have a small tree, I think it may even be two small trees, see picture, that need cutting down and disposing. We require a tree surgeon to cut it down and take it away. Also some weeding and tidying up of the small garden area.

Great job. Evriviadis is a lovely guy and his team were hard working and considerate.