To support our work in arboriculture, J. Salisbury Tree Surgery also covers Haywards Heath and the South East area with a hedge cutting and trimming service. Based in Burgess Hill, we trim all species to your preferred specification with accuracy and precision. Our tree surgeons complete work to a professional standard at an affordable price. We can diarise a cutting and maintenance program based on the type of species at your home or business.
Most hedges require cutting twice annually but some species benefit from additional tidying throughout the year to keep them in the best possible condition.
Services from J. Salisbury Tree Surgery include:
From shrubs and small features hedges to the largest conifers, we can cut, trim and shape any species of any size. Our team performs hedge cutting to the exact instructions of customers from the Burgess Hill, Haywards Heath, West Sussex, East Sussex, Surrey and Kent areas to produce results that transform garden space and make homes much more pleasant in appearance.
Established hedges need regular cutting and trimming to maintain a dense and compact foliage. An informal hedge needs less care than a formal hedge and our tree surgeons always advise accordingly on what the species at your property need.
HEDGE CUTTING MAINTENANCE PROGRAMS
Should you need advice on a hedge cutting maintenance program, J. Salisbury Tree Surgery can include your trimming, shaping and reductions needs into a tailored specification for beech, conifers, yew and all other species including leylandii. We have a full range of tools and equipment available to perform works in a safe and controlled manner.
We have examples of our previous projects displayed on this website.
One thing we always take into consideration is the nesting habits of native bird species in Burgess Hill, Haywards Heath and the surrounding areas. We plan hedge cutting and trimming around the habits of birds and never interrupt their habitats while they rear their young. Nesting seasons typically run between March and August and we mostly plan programs outside of these times.
It is an offence under Section 1 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 to perform tree surgery or hedge cutting with the intent of damaging or destroying nests.