Springwood Tree Services Ltd is a professional Tree Surgery company based on the Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire border.

Employing a team of fully qualified, fully insured tree surgeons with over 20 years of arboricultural experience, we are well-practiced in delivering high quality commercial and domestic tree surgery. Fully certified, our team of friendly, knowledgeable staff always have both the customers’ wishes and the conservational needs of the trees at the forefront of their minds.

With over 20yrs experience in the tree surgery industry, working on both large nationwide projects and sensitive domestic sites, we are confident that we have the skills and professionalism to deliver your tree work to the highest of standards.

 

  • All aspects of Tree Surgery & Tree Care
  • Hedge Trimming
  • Tree and Hedgerow planting
  • Tree Surveys, Tree Reports and Wildlife Surveys
  • Commercial and Domestic Arboriculture
  • Site Clearance
  • Woodland Management
  • £10 million Public Liability Insurance
  • Fully NPTC Qualified
  • All work carried out to British Standard BS3998

“Many thanks for the amazing job that you have done. Joy and I are overjoyed with the work and this will give us the impetus to recover the Lost Gardens of Seddonland. Your company is so efficient and Damian and Lewis worked so hard.”

Mr Seddon

Willingham by Stow

“Thanks for the professional service we’ll be sure to use you again.”

Mat Millward

Lincoln University Technical College

“We are absolutely delighted and incredibly grateful for the marvellous work that Damian and Lewis carried out for us. Professional, knowledgable, experienced, thoughtful, friendly…..the list goes on! It was a pleasure to meet them both and we will definitely recommend Springwood to our friends and family.”

Mrs Donnerstag

Saxilby

Tree Surgery Wildlife Policy 

Working with nature every day, we have a sound approach to the environment and often work alongside ecologists to make sure that birds, bats, newts and badgers are not at risk whilst tree work is carried out. We are also very pleased and proud to say that all of our waste is 100% recycled.

There is a common misconception that all tree work in the UK must stop between the months of March and September and that simply isn’t true. 

What the law does mean is that we have to be extra vigilant when cutting trees and hedges during the summer months to ensure that we don’t disrupt nesting birds and other wildlife.

As professional arborists it is down to us to assess, record and confirm that any works carried out in the management of trees and other vegetation has not disturbed actively nesting wildlife.

We always (regardless of month) conduct visual surveys of the trees and hedges we are asked to quote and then again when we begin work – if we spot an active nest of any kind we postpone the necessary work until the end of nesting season. It’s just common sense!

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1 month ago
Photos from Springwood Trees's post

We promised to show you the results of our go at making The Woodland Trust’s peanut butter and birdseed feeders 🐦

We’re pretty chuffed with them!

If you’d like to have a go, all you need ... See more

1 month ago
The Woodland Trust

How good is this 👇🏻

We’ll be trying this one out tomorrow with our mini arborist - we’ll post the results on here 🐦🦉

Today's stay at home activity is to make a bird feeder. It's messy fun kids will love to get stuck into and it will help the birds in your local area.

You can make a simple feeder with items you may ... See more

1 month ago

Fruit Trees... 🍎🍐

Once you have chosen a fruit tree, it is important to consider the best time of year to plant.

Generally, this is December to March, but can be done until the end of May so ... See more

1 month ago
Photos from Springwood Trees's post

We don’t just cut bits off them you know...

If you would like any help or advice when it comes to planting trees or hedgerows we’d be only too happy to offer it, whilst absolutely sticking to ... See more

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