EXPERIENCED TREE SURGEONS COVERING ROCHESTER AND SURROUNDING AREAS
LOCAL TREE SERVICES
PMC Tree Care is a friendly and reliable company offering all aspects of tree care around Kent and South East London. We pride ourselves on providing a professional and speedy service at all times, whilst maintaining the highest quality of work. Our aim is to provide the best possible and affordable services where everyone is happy including the trees!
All our tree surgery is carried out by qualified staff using specialist equipment to ensure safe, efficient completion of each task. All work is covered by a £10-million insurance policy and carried out to British Standards 3998:2010. We have a reputation for clean, tidy workmanship and make every effort to leave each site in the same condition as it is when work commences.
We are fully qualified with certification in:
Accessing a Tree Using a Rope and Harness
Aerial Cutting of trees using free-fall techniques
Manually Fed Wood Chipper Operations
PROFESSIONAL ARBORICULTURAL SERVICES
We provide our tree services to both domestic and commercial clients across Kent and South East London. We can work on either a one-off or regular basis.
As well as trees, we are also capable of tackling the pruning and trimming of large hedges. Regular maintenance of hedges will keep your hedges looking their best and in the best condition. Hedge trimming and shaping is a great way to improve the look of your garden.
Timing is important with hedge maintenance, as different species are best cut at certain times of the year, to also bear in mind the nesting season which usually runs throughout March to August each year.
Whether you are after replacing one fencing panel or you want a new entire fence installed for your garden. Here at PMC Tree Care we can take care of both and more.
Feel free to get in touch for friendly advice and free no obligation quote. We'll be happy to visit your garden and discuss your ideas.
After a tree has been removed/felled, the last thing to do to ensure it doesn’t grow back is to remove the stump left in the ground.
We can remove any number of stumps in one visit. We are happy to do this after we have removed / felled a tree or even as a stand-alone service for trees that have already been brought down by somebody else.
All arisings are cleared from site with the use of wood chippers. Chippings may be left on site, at the client’s request.
Tree felling may be necessary to create space in your garden, or to remove trees which are dead or potentially hazardous.
Tree felling is done in one of two ways; whole or in pieces. When there is the space to fell a tree with no risk to property, a tree can be felled quickly and safely whole, and removed.
Precision dismantling of a tree is usually the approach that we take when there is less space to play with around the tree and felling may not be the best option.
''TPO'' A Tree Preservation Order
is an order made by a local planning authority in England to protect specific trees, groups of trees or woodlands. Without the consent of local authority no work can be carried out - such as pruning, felling, root cutting or damage to the tree(s) with an order without the consent of the local authority.
We will do a review of the trees on your property and gain a greater understanding of which trees are protected. To find out more about the protected trees on your property. Get in touch with us today.
This has two main benefits; firstly, pruning can help a tree to look more aesthetically pleasing and secondly, it can help to maintain and even improve the health of the tree, leading to an environment that is safer for everybody.
Pollarding is a method of pruning where the branches are cut back to a selected point and on a regular basis; typically every three to five years the regrowth is removed again. This can create a dense fast growing foliage.
There are multiple benefits to thinning the crown of a tree; by removing some of the smaller or tertiary branches, meaning light can travel through the tree, plus there will be less wind resistance and a reduction in weight.
Crown reduction refers to the reduction in height and/or spread of the crown (the foliage-bearing portions) of a tree. Crown reduction may be used to reduce mechanical stress on individual branches or the whole tree, to make the tree more suited to its immediate environment or to reduce the effects of shading and light loss etc.
Fruit tree pruning
We’re happy to take on the pruning of fruit trees to encourage fruit production, and recommend that we do this over a number of years to get unruly trees back in order.
Things to consider
All nesting birds and their eggs are protected by law. This means that during nesting season (March to August) it is possible that you may have birds nesting in your trees. Please be aware that this may limit or prevent us from working on that tree or hedge until the nest is unoccupied.
When carrying out reduction work on a tree, we need to consider the health and welfare of the tree. Certain species can handle heavy reductions whilst others cannot.