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The average price of a Tree Surgeon in West Sussex is £320

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Maximus Tree Care

West Sussex

Established in 2013, We pride ourselves on our knowledge and good practise. With competitive rates and a passion for Arboriculture and Tree Management, we take satisfaction from our work. Advising our clients on what is best for tree's well-being and what will benefit our customers. We aim to provide a punctual service before, during and after the work is completed. Our staff host necessary NPTC qualifications, College degrees in Arboriculture and Horticulture with years of experience in the trade. We are insured up to £1,000,000 public liability which covers us for Rope Access tasks and also with a depth limit of 2 meters. We provide free quotes and are happy to give professional advise. We carry out Tree Preservation Forms and Conservation Area Forms to make Tree Management as hassle free for our customers. We carry out all types of Tree Management working to British standards for tree work BS3998:2010 - Crown Reductions Crown Thinning and dead wood removal Tree Removal and Stump Grinding Tree and Woodland Management Tree Planting Site Clearance Domestic and Agricultural Fencing We aim to be a sustainable company by recycling our waste to be used for energy. Using battery powered equipment when possible and aiming to plant trees not just removing them.

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What do you love most about your job?

I enjoy working with trees, not just for being able to climb them. But I enjoy learning more about trees. I find they are fairly overlooked or taken for granted and seen as a nuisance to some. So being able to share any knowledge about how complex they are is a real pleasure. From this it's really satisfying seeing customers happy with our work after having been advised what's suitable for their trees.

What inspired you to start your own business?

My Dad has always been self employed and a business owner. My Grandad was also a knowledgeable businessman. I've always enjoyed taking satisfaction from hard work and being self sufficient. Mainly I enjoy the success from running your own company, although we may not be the biggest Tree Surgery company, it's still very motivating to see your own company grow.

Why should our clients choose you?

We like to provide a friendly service. I can understand finding a trustworthy trades person can be a difficult task, let alone a competent one. We aim to be punctual and polite and make tree management as easy as possible for our clients. We take pride in our work, so leaving sites tidy and generally carrying out aesthetically pleasing and correct practise is paramount.

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Large trees can cause problems if they grow too close to a house or building. Ideally, a large tree should stand at least 20 feet away from a building. If a tree is growing too close to a building, it can cause dampness within the walls and the roots may damage foundations, compromising the structural integrity of the house. Trees which stand close to a building may need to be removed so it’s best to consult a tree surgeon to find out your options.

You can choose to remove a tree at any time of year, but if you want to limit the impact on wildlife, it’s best to cut down or remove your tree in winter when wildlife is less active. You may also find that tree removal is cheapest in the winter as demand for tree removal is lower at this time of year.

Many people choose to remove trees simply because they want extra space in their garden or the tree doesn’t fit with their garden theme. However, there are a few other instances where it may be advised to remove a tree from your property. This includes if the tree has an illness or a fungus growth, if the tree is infested with pests, or if the tree is causing problems by growing too close to your property.

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