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Hedge Control

  • ​24 Hour emergency call out
  • £10 million public liability cover
  • £10 million Employers Liability Insurance cover
  • £1 million professional indemnity insurance
  • CHAS accredited
  • Company Health and Safety policy
  • ROLO + CSCS Cards
  • Direct access to Health and safety consultant
  • Risk assessment and method statements provided for all works

Hedge Cutting & Trimming Services

Holder Tree Services provide a full professional hedge cutting service. Whether this is regular hedge cutting or annual maintenance we have it covered. We use the latest hedge cutting equipment and can dispose of all waste responsibly and leave your garden looking tidy and well presented.

No Mess

As part of our hedge management service, we leave your premises clean and tidy. We remove all cuttings and waste, which is taken away and used as a renewable energy source for bio mass boilers.

CALL US TODAY on 01444 316017 or 07801 756998 to arrange a no obligation quotation or contact us to find out more about our hedge control services.

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Holder Tree Services

CALL US TODAY on 01444 316017 or 07801 756998 to arrange a no obligation quotation or contact us to find out more about our services.

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Sussex, Surrey, Kent and London

Tree Surgeons in Sussex

Arundel, Bognor Regis, Brighton, Burgess Hill, Crawley, Chichester, East Grinstead, Hastings, Haywards Heath, Horsham, Littlehampton, Midhurst, Petworth, Shoreham, Steyning and Worthing.

Tree Surgeons in Surrey

Guildford, Woking, Farnham, Reigate, Dorking, Godalming, Epsom, Chertsey, Staines, Redhill, Esher, Weybridge, Camberley, Oxted, Banstead.

Tree Surgeons in Kent

Dover, Ashford, Margate, Maidstone, Canterbury, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Chatham, Gravesend, Tonbridge, Rochester, Dartford

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Ash Dieback Disease - Holder Tree Services

Ash Dieback Disease

What is Ash dieback disease? Ash Dieback is a disease caused by a fungus which dramatically affects the vascular system of ash trees. The disease

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