The London tree surgery team at Take A Bough Tree Care have been replacing their tree surgery equipment with battery-operated models. Tree surgery traditionally uses petrol-powered tools which are noisy and produce noxious fumes, however, equipment powered by rechargeable batteries are super quiet in operation, produce zero emissions and provide high levels of efficiency and safety for the tree surgeon.

Why We’re Upgrading Our Tree Surgery Equipment

Tree surgeons will be required to meet the new emissions laws due to come into being in 2019 and replacing petrol powered equipment with battery-powered tools will be a major step in the right direction.

Written by

Toby Douglas is the founder of Take A Bough Tree Care. After university in Aberystwyth, Toby made the decision to study Arboriculture at Merrist Wood, in Surrey. In 2001 he successfully completed a National Certificate in Horticulture, and a National Diploma in Arboriculture, then worked for two years subcontracting to large and respected companies in order to gain the practical experience to compete successfully for both private and corporate contacts once Take a Bough Tree Care was launched

"We used Toby to cut back a tree from a neighbour’s garden that was hitting our roof. Toby approached the neighbour and as we live in a conservation area took care of the legalities before commencing work. "

How can our expert tree surgeons help you?

Read about the tree surgery methods and processes that can resolve your tree issues.