Take a Bough's expert tree surgeons cover the Claygate area
This cherished green space supports the development of trees to full maturity, which in turn requires our expert tree surgeons to regularly perform services such as crown reduction or crown thinning. Larger gardens also help support a wider variety of trees, with opportunities for landscaping and the implementation of both innovative and traditional planting schemes.
For tree surgeons, Claygate provides opportunities to practice the full range of tree surgery techniques and skills from formative tree pruning, to precise reductions, hedge trimming, tree removal, pruning climbing plants and the management of veteran trees. The varying size of gardens and properties in Claygate, also mean that the highly skilled and experienced tree surgeons at Take A Bough are able to provide arboricultural services in both small confined spaces and also, on occasion, to enjoy the luxury of having lots of space to work in.
If you have any queries regarding your trees in the Claygate area, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Working as a tree surgeon in Claygate
Take A Bough have been providing expert services in the London area since 2003 .and are delighted to announce our expansion into the Elmbridge Borough which includes Claygate.
Claygate is a suburban village in the English county of Surrey, within the Greater London Urban Area, between 13.1 and 14.2 miles south-west of Charing Cross, central London. It is the only civil parish in the borough of Elmbridge with a population of approximately 7,000 and lies at the eastern end of the Borough of Elmbridge bordering Esher, Hinchley Wood, Long Ditton and the London Borough of Kingston.
It is a primarily residential area with a small number of offices, outlying farms and two modest shopping areas: the Old Village, and the Parade. The settlement is mentioned in the Domesday Book. Although Claygate is now densely developed with a wide range of housing and some office buildings, it remains largely surrounded by farmland protected by the Metropolitan Green Belt with substantial areas of woodland and open countryside, including Claygate Common, Princes Covert, Winney Hill, Surbiton Golf Course, Telegraph Hill, Littleworth Common and Arbrook Common.
Our tree surgery services for Claygate
Read about the tree surgery methods and processes that can resolve your tree issues.