Tree Surgeon Edinburgh
We have been providing expert tree care in Edinburgh for 15 years
Working right across Scotlands Capitol city of Edinburgh the work of our arborists has enhanced some stunning locations in this World Heritage Site. Many of the trees our tree surgeons have worked on are part of Edinburgh’s iconic streetscape. We have worked on trees in Edinburgh’s old town at Holyrood Palace, The Royal Mile, and The Grassmarket. In the Newtown we have pruned trees in Princes Street Gardens, Regent Gardens, St Andrew Square, Belhrave Crescent, Grosvenor Crescent and at numerous locations along the Water Of Leith. Our skilled tree surgeons are proud to have been maintaining the beauty of the Edinburgh trees since 2003. Some of the trees we have worked on are eye catching land marks such as the Wheatley Elms at Drummond Community High School at the bottom of Broughton Street. Or the Elm trees we have pruned in Holyrood Park.
In Edinburghs suburbs we have planted and maintained trees in The Meadows, and pruned many privately owned trees in areas such as Marchmont, Morningside, Colinton, and Barnton. We have safely removed large trees from some particularly awkward locations such as overhanging the Lines at Waverley Station and on the top of Carlton Hill.
We have performed our tree services for many prestigious Edinburgh clients, including Quartermile, NHS lothian, The Church of Scotland, and numerous city Schools. We are also the number one framework contractor for City of Edinburgh Council. We have pruned some of the cities most beautiful trees whilst working in the following areas, , Trinity and Edinburgh’s New Town. Our highly qualified tree surgeons use the latest equipment to provide the best tree care available in the Midlothian area.
TD Tree & Land Services have been vetted by the Arboricultural Association and granted Approved Contractor status. We are members of the Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce.
If you need a tree surgeon in Edinburgh call us for a free, no obligation quote on: 0131 450 7018
Or email: [email protected]