Probably Kent’s most well known City is actually more the size of a large town. With the Cathedral and historic architecture along with its picturesque river it is unsurprisingly an immensely popular tourist destination, one of the most visited cities in the country, and a UNESCO world heritage site.
Due to the University of Kent, cited at the top of the hill, and a host of other colleges, the population of Canterbury more than doubles during term time from the influx of students.
The history and status of Canterbury is unquestionable. And for the same reason you would not choose a handyman to repair the Cathedral, we believe it is of great importance to do your research and choose the right Canterbury tree surgeon. Our lead climber Rik has been an arborist for the last seventeen years, Henri for almost a decade. Such experience and skill is very hard to find and can be a minefield with new tree care businesses popping up all over the place. And whilst we take pleasure in training up the younger generation of Canterbury tree surgeons we give great value to the knowledge of the craft that is obtainable only through years of practise.
If you are having trouble finding a trustworthy and experienced local tree surgeon then we would love to hear from you. Our feedback and reputation is unrivalled in the area. We can advise on tree work within the many conservation areas of Canterbury and use methods of tree pruning that will leave your trees looking at their best for generations to come.
We cover the entire Canterbury area including the following:
Chilham, Old Wives Lees, Chartham Hatch, Chartham, Garlinge Green, Petham, Avil Green, Waltham, Bossingham, Pett Bottom, Marley, Kingston, Barham, Womenswold, Nackington, Bridge, Bishopsbourne, Bekesbourne, Aylsham, Nonington, Ratling, Adisham, Goodnestone, Bramling, Wingham, Wickhambreaux, Stodmarsh, Hersden, Westbere, Sturry, Fordwich, Broad Oak, Blean, Honey Hill, Rough Common, Tyler Hill