New Tree Surgery web site launched for Altrincham, Stockport, Tameside and Glossop

Arundel Tree Surgeons are proud to announce the launch of their new website.

It’s now even easier to view our details on any device. Please come back for new images and frequent blog posts.

We hope you like it!



Pollarding for B&Q in Sheffield

To assist in maintaining security on site, we were requested by B&Q Sheffield to perform pollarding on multiple trees next to the fence.

Felling a large oak tree in Bramhall

This was an interesting job involving felling a large oak tree in Bramhall, Stockport. After pollarding, then sectionally felling the main trunk, we used our Carlton stump grinder to fully remove all traces of the tree.
You can see from the photos why our client needed the services of their local Arundel Tree Surgeons! The tree was causing substantial damage to the building as can be seen in the top image.

bramhall oak stump grinding
bramhall oak stump grinding

bramhall oak on lawn

New landscaping page coming soon

Need a landscape architect to help you with changes to your garden? It’s not just problem trees that we deal with! Arundel Tree Surgeons can help you. We’ve been building patios, erecting fencing and undertaking all other manner of landscaping projects over the years for our clients. Although we have tended to concentrate on tree surgery more recently, we are fully experienced in all aspects of landscaping.

In order to better advertise these services we will shortly be launching a new landscaping section here on the website. Check back soon! If you would like to discuss your landscaping needs, please don’t hesitate to call us now for a free no-obligation chat.

Merry Christmas to all our customers

It’s been a great year for us here at Arundel Tree Surgeons. We would like to thank you all for choosing us to assist with your tree felling needs, and we look forward to helping all our new customers in 2011. Merry xmas!

Night time cat rescue

Another successful cat rescue in Wilmslow, this time in the dark. The moggy was perched 5 meters out on a rotten branch, 15 meters up a mature Ash tree. Since our last cat rescue, it seems the feline community have embraced the media age… and are now happy to pose for photos!

Pete Duckworth with Rupert the cat

Above: Pete Duckworth and the liberated Rupert.

Tree felling expert climbs higher than ever

Peter Duckworth, director of Arundel Tree Surgeons put his skills to the test this week whilst on a short break to Chamonix. He successfully summited Mont Blanc, Europe’s highest mountain.

After an early 2am start, Peter reached the summit at 8am.
More details to follow shortly.

Tree felling for housing development in Altrincham

The trees in the photos were being felled to make way for a small housing developement. Once the trunks were on the ground they were lifted out in 4m lengths by a JCB Fastrac mounted crane onto a trailer and removed for processing into firewood. The remaining branches went in to the chipper.

Cat Rescue in Wilmslow!

Sometimes, we can leave the chainsaw in the van! The call came through – a kitten stuck up a 35m Redwood tree in Wilmslow – children distressed – can we help? Arundel to the rescue. The tree was sizeable, and the only way to get at the scared moggy was to climb.
The tree in question
Ropes were prepared,  bag at the ready.

Fifty five minutes later – success! Pete had abseiled back down with the kitten safely secured in a rucsac. One repatriated cat, several happy children, and another satisified client. (Can you believe – we didn’t manage to grab a photo of the kitten. Rest assured, the little cute critter is now safely back where he belongs!)
Ropes at the ready
Pete Duckworth getting his kit on
Still a way to go

Happy kids
Happy client thanking Pete Duckworth

Sectional dismantling of Corsican pine in Altrincham

Sectional dismantling a 20m tall Corsican pine in Altrincham.

This corsican pine was reduced to a 4m pole. Adjacent to a car park, we had to be careful of the immediate environment. The pole is scheduled for carving in October.