Hedge Removal & Hedge Cutting Wetherby
Bardsey Tree Services provide hedge trimming, hedge maintenance & hedge cutting in Wetherby, Tadcaster & surrounding areas. From small domestic garden hedges to large commercial hedges including Council and federation housing contract hedges.
Commercial Hedge Cutting Wetherby
If you are a business in the Wetherby area and you require a professional, reliable company to maintain and cut your hedges, please give us a call.
All work is carried out by fully trained and safety-conscious staff. Operating throughout the Wetherby and Tadcaster area. We provide services including hedge planting, cutting, and general countryside and woodland management for all domestic and commercial environments.
Hedge Trimming & Hedge Maintenance
Established hedges require trimming to keep them dense and compact. Formal hedges require more frequent trimming than informal hedges. Bardsey Tree Services offer various hedge cutting and hedge maintenance services. New hedges require formative pruning for their first couple of years after planting. Our team has specialist hedge trimming machinery and can offer tractor and flail hedge trimming where required.
Hedge Removal Services Wetherby
Bardsey tree services also provide a hedge removal service and we have the equipment and expertise to assist in the safe removal of hedges of all types and sizes. Whether you have a garden hedge to a large conifer or a farm or commercial hedge we can help. Contact us today to find out more.
Tractor Hedge Cutting
We are able to provide a Tractor Hedge Cutting Service in Wetherby, Harrogate, Knaresborough, Leeds, and surrounding areas. If you require this service either as a one-off or regularly then please contact us for a free quote.
Conifer Trimming and Maintenance
Do you have brown patches in your conifer hedge?
Brown patches in conifers can be caused by a number of reasons: Pests or diseases are responsible for some cases. Others may be caused by growing conditions or routine operations such as trimming. Brown patches can appear on any conifers, but most problems occur on Cuprocyparis (Cupressocyparis) leylandii (leyland cypress), Chamaecyparis lawsoniana (lawson cypress), and Thuja plicata (western red cedar).