Arborist-Direct Aberdeen is a local business providing professional tree care services. Our team is made up of local Aberdeen tree surgeons and arborists and we cover residential and commercial clients throughout Aberdeenshire. Our specialists are qualified and experienced to deliver safe, efficient and cost-effective solutions to your tree problems.
Aberdeen Based – Servicing Aberdeenshire
These services are outlined below and explained in more detail on each of our services pages:
Trees are a real wonder; they are vital to our Aberdeenshire life. If managed well, trees can bring us beauty, provide us with protection and be a vital resource to both humans and to our natural wild-life.
Aberdeen’s local trees bring beauty to our countryside and to our gardens; they bring colour and shape, shade and protection. Trees enhance our views, reflecting the seasons adding value to our properties and enjoyment to our lives.
To obtain the best from our trees they must be managed well throughout their lives; this may be 10, 20, 50 or even 100 years. Well managed trees can give us joy all through our lives and provide a treasured resource for generations to come.
If you are looking for competent and experienced Tree Surgeons in the Aberdeen area, look no further; Arborist-Direct can provide qualified tree care specialists, arborists and Aberdeen tree surgeons for all your Aberdeenshire tree management and maintenance service needs: Planned tree care, routine tree maintenance, and emergency intervention work are all part of the specialist tree work regularly carried out by our qualified tree surgeons together with their teams of experienced engineers and service workers.
Prices and Cost Estimates
Arborist-Direct Aberdeen provides a free cost estimate for each specific job, once the scope of work has been agreed with the client. All cost estimates will be clearly explained by either our professional Arborists or an Aberdeen Tree Surgeon on our team. Written cost estimates are usually provided for all significant work projects; occasionally an estimate may be delayed if environmental or local authority planning permission is needed to confirm a work program on trees subject to Tree Preservation Orders. General prices cannot be provided without our specialist undertaking a site survey; this is because all trees and access routes are different – consequently manning levels and equipment requirements will also need to be individually scoped before a reasonable price estimate can be arrived at.
Specialists in Aberdeen’s Environment.
Aberdeenshire may be cooler and have a shorter tree growing season than further south, but the fertile soils of the well-watered country side and the long summer days are well suited to tree growing and provide a constant need for tree care specialists like Arborist-Direct Aberdeen.
Whether the trees are in open farmlands, sheltered valleys or your garden Arborist -Direct Aberdeen tree surgeons can manage your concerns: Fir and Spruce, Beech and Birch, Oak and Chestnut, Lime and Ash are all beautiful trees, but if not managed correctly by experienced professionals they can deliver problems and many challenges for their owners. Many areas of Aberdeenshire are exposed and storm damage is a frequent problem overcome by the utilisation of the skills and expertise of Arborist- Direct Aberdeen. Environmental and Legal Problems can be avoided by the timely use of our qualified specialists.
Our teams include:-
Arborist- Direct Aberdeen provides not only qualified and experienced personnel, but also carries the requisite insurance covers for these challenging tree care services
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Arborist-Direct Aberdeen is valued across the tree care spectrum; from private householders with large or small garden challenges, businesses and companies with premises and grounds which need to remain attractive to promote their services as well as to be safe and functional for their staff and visitors. Also included as clients are commercial enterprises where arboriculture and tree growing are integral parts of their business. This broad spectrum of clients is found within Aberdeen City, throughout the adjoining urban locations and the surrounding towns and villages throughout Aberdeenshire. Our specialist teams undertake tree care work across an area from Fraserburgh and Peterhead in the north, Braemar to the west, Laurencekirk and Stonehaven to the south. Along the Dee valley, from Cults, Bieldside & Milltimber, Peterculter, Drumoak Banchory and Aboyne, you are a call away from a professional friendly face of an Aberdeen Tree Surgeon or Arborist.
Trees are a lifetime resource, correctly managed they can bring beauty and endless enjoyment to our lives and those of our families and friends, even to our pets, livestock and natural wild-life.
Well-managed trees are also a resource which can add significant value to our homes and properties: Poorly managed trees can result in unsightly liabilities, detracting from the value of our properties and making them harder to sell: These are among the many benefits delivered when arboricultural challenges are successfully tackled and managed by the Arborist-Direct Aberdeen tree surgeon and arborist work force.
Healthy family, healthy trees
Tree Preservation Orders
A Tree Preservation Order is an order made by a local planning authority in England/ Scotland to protect specific trees, groups of trees or woodlands in the interests of amenity. An Order prohibits the:
of trees without the local planning authority’s written consent. If consent is given, it can be subject to conditions which have to be followed. In the Secretary of State’s view, cutting roots is also a prohibited activity and requires the authority’s consent.
A local Aberdeen tree surgeon or arborist from Arborist Direct Aberdeen will be happy to advise you.
What are a tree owner’s responsibilities?
Owners of protected trees must not carry out, or cause or permit the carrying out of, any of the prohibited activities without the written consent of the local authority. As with owners of unprotected trees, they are responsible for maintaining their trees, with no statutory rules setting out how often or to what standard. The local planning authority cannot require maintenance work to be done to a tree just because it is protected. However, the authority can encourage good tree management, particularly when determining applications for consent under a Tree Preservation Order. This will help to maintain and enhance the amenity provided by protected trees.
After you have read all this information, there’s just one thing you should do
Those trees deserve proper care!