About Us

About Us

Tree Surgeons Nottingham

Expert Tree Pruning and Tree Removal

Before After

Based in the small countryside village of Lowdham Nottinghamshire, Hunton Tree Surgeons are a collective of individually curated, highly skilled, and deeply experienced arborists from Nottingham.

Our professional tree surgeons work collaboratively with you to combine your vision and goals together with best tree care practice. This handcrafts unique, healthy, statement trees to adorn and add value to your property. These distinctive trees welcome your friends and family home; provide a centrepiece for you and a landmark for passers-by for many years to come.

Our approachable and knowledge tree surgeons undertake their work in a professional and passionate approach ensuring that your property is left clean, tidy and secure. Hunton Tree Surgeons can manage your project, from coordinating with authorities, planning consultation through to project conclusion.

The arboriculture world can be troublesome to navigate, with many jargon-led inexperienced teams promising a service and ultimately delivering disappointing and dangerous work. This produces potentially hazardous trees, endangering your home, wasting time, money and ultimately jeopardising the people who live there and nearby.

For greater peace of mind Hunton expert arborist teams offer advice, consultations and tree surveys with no obligation so you can make an informed and empowered decisions for your property and family. Our tree consultants listen carefully, identifying your aims and intentions to synthesise with tree health, conservation status and ascetics with legal and regulatory requirements to construct working solutions and lasting results.

Our experienced team hold Masters (MSc) and Bachelors of Science and Arts (BSc) (BA) qualifications in addition to industry standards such as Lantra and NPCT awards, so you can rest assured you’re in the arboriculture industry’s safest hands.

Frequently Asked Questions

All waste generated is removed from your property. 

Branches are chipped and used for other purposes including general purpose pathways at allotments or biofuel for energy companies.

Damage can occur when the tree is too close to structures and/or not suitably maintained. 

Roots can grow around pipes and under pathways causing damage and misalignment.

Maintaining trees can drastically reduce the chance of damage to properties and structures.

Trees covered by a Tree Preservation Order or within a Conservation Area may be protected meaning that it is an offense to cut it down, damage it or destroy it. Permission from the planning authority is required before any actions can be carried out.