In our position as reputable tree surgeons operating in Surrey, West Sussex and Hampshire, New View Tree Specialists delivers an extensive range of tree surgery services. We operate within a 15-mile radius of our base in Guildford, including locations such as Camberley, Farnham and Hindhead. As a local family-run business, we pride ourselves on outstanding levels of workmanship and customer service to match. With a team of NPTC-certified and Lantra-qualified professionals sharing more than a decade of industry experience, we have the proficiency to take on projects of any size.
The tree surgery services that we provide for domestic and commercial clients include:
As truly reliable tree surgeons, we provide 24-Hour emergency tree surgery on a callout basis. No matter the time, New View Tree Specialists offers responsive assistance if misfortune should strike.
If you’re a property owner in Guildford, Camberley, Farnham, Hindhead or the surrounding areas, please contact us for more information.
Below, we have listed and outlined what our clients can expect from the work undertaken by our tree surgeons.
Crown Reduction – When performed by certified, experienced tree surgeons, a crown reduction reduces the spread and height of a tree’s crown. The results play a vital role in resolving light-loss and shading issues while lessening mechanical stresses placed upon the tree. Crown reduction work produces a smaller outline for, but doesn’t alter the overall framework of, the tree at hand.
Crown Thinning – When carrying out this procedure, we remove smaller tertiary branches from the outer crown section to create a uniform foliage density. Qualified tree surgeons ensure that crown thinning has no impact on the size or shape of a tree. We only focus on reducing the overall weight and wind resistance, as well as allowing more sunlight to pass through the crown.
Crown Lifting – We conduct this tree surgery service in order to increase the amount of space between the floor and the crown, thus improving access and light transmission in the immediate vicinity. Our tree surgeons achieve this by removing branches in the lowermost areas of crowns in Farnham, Guildford and the surrounding areas.
Directional Felling – This type of tree surgery involves the felling of a whole tree in a meticulously planned direction. Directional felling can only be undertaken in areas with no risk to the public or property. Usually undertaken on trees already in danger of falling, our tree surgeons apply a directional notch and felling cut in order to bring them down swiftly and safely.
Sectional Dismantling – Much like directional felling, sectional dismantling usually involves working with trees already at risk of falling down, or those that have become dangerous through growth. However, when these trees stand in built-up areas of locations like Farnham and Guildford, felling the tree simply isn’t possible without causing damage to property or endangering lives. As such, our tree surgeons climb the tree and, from the top down, dismantle it in sections. We safely lower each segment and branch to the floor through a system of ropes.
Deadwood Removal – As specialists in dead and dying trees, we carry out deadwood removal for clients in parts of Surrey, West Sussex and Hampshire. From Hindhead to Camberley, we remove non-living branches that have succumbed to external influences or the natural ageing process. Deadwood often offers an essential habitat to wildlife so, as ethical tree surgeons, we only remove sections that pose a threat to the safety of property and the public.
Pruning – This form of tree surgery requires skill and experience in order to perform it correctly. Pruning cuts are, in essence, wounds inflicted upon a tree. However, our personnel have the know-how to identify which species withstand certain pruning methods, allowing us to alter the size, position and angle of our cuts in order maintain continued healthy growth.
Pollarding – We conduct this tree surgery service to encourage multi-stem branching on young trees. During pollarding, our tree surgeons remove the top section of the tree, or trees, at hand, repeating the process on cyclical basis.
Please visit the Previous Work page to view examples of the results we achieve.