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Arboriculture
services for the
South East 

BC Tree Services looks to the future of our environment and aims to contribute sustainably and ethically to the world of tree surgery.  Based in East Sussex we undertake all aspects of tree surgery and garden maintenance throughout the county and wherever possible we use environmentally-friendly methods.

Reputation

Customer satisfaction

Feedback

The foundations of our business are a good reputation, sound advice, quality of work and value for money.

We were established and have since evolved in a rural community in east Sussex, where being reliable, prompt and conscientious gain you client recommendations to neighbours and friends.

Our primary objective is customer satisfaction and we believe our approach is the key to our growing success;

Consulting our clients
Embracing best environmental practices

Delivering a considered proposal of work to be undertaken in a timely and cost effective manner

We welcome your input and thoughts as a client. Customer feedback enables us to both learn and further improve our offerings to you our client.

All work is carried out to BS 3998:2010 ‘Tree work – Recommendations’ where it is appropriate to do so, and within the remit of work required.

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£10m public liability insurance
 
£1m professional indemnity insurance
 
24 hour emergency call-out service
 
Free estimates and consultations
 
EA approved waste carriers
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Ash Dieback

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Ash dieback will kill around 80% of ash trees across the UK. At a cost of billions, the effects will be staggering. It will change the landscape forever and threaten many species which rely on ash.

Ash dieback (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) is a fungus which originated in Asia. 

The fungus overwinters in leaf litter on the ground, particularly on ash leaf stalks. It produces small white fruiting bodies between July and October which release spores into the surrounding atmosphere.

These spores can blow tens of miles away. They land on leaves, stick to and then penetrate into the leaf and beyond. The fungus then grows inside the tree, eventually blocking its water transport systems, causing it to die.

The tree can fight back, but year-on-year infections will eventually kill it.

We can help stop the spread of Ash dieback in your gardens, parks and other sites with Ash trees by  collecting the fallen leaves and burning, burying or deep composting them. This disrupts the fungus's lifecycle.
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