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Tree Surgery

The work undertaken by our tree surgeons in Horsham, Worthing, Midhurst and the West Sussex area includes:




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  • Directional Tree Felling 

  • Sectional Tree Removal

  • Crown Thinning

  • Crown Reduction

  • Crown Lifting

  • Stump Grinding

  • Arboriculture Reports

  • Tree Preservation Orders

We tailor these tree surgery services to suit the needs of our clients. So, whether it’s preservation work in Arundel, Billingshurst or Crawley, or large-scale tree removal services in Petworth, Pulborough or any of the neighbouring areas, Paul a'Barrow Tree Services has the experience  and expertise to get the job done swiftly and safely.


Ethical & Safe Tree Surgeons

Reputable tree surgeons like those at Paul a'Barrow Tree services 

work to try and preserve the condition of healthy tree specimens. Unfortunately, in some cases, removal is the only option. Whichever service our clients hire us for, however, we always work to ensure the safety and welfare of surrounding property and the general public.


As locally-trusted tree surgeons with more than 20 years of trade experience, we perform our safety-conscious services in the following ways:

Directional Tree Felling 

Tree surgeons undertaking directional felling saw a precisely-placed directional notch and felling cut that brings a tree down whole.

We only undertake this procedure when there is enough space for the tree to safely fall into without putting property or the public in danger.

Sectional Tree Removal 

As chosen tree surgeons, we undertake sectional dismantling where trees grow in more confined spaces.

As directional felling isn’t an option in these cases, our team of tree surgeons remove sections of the tree, working from the top down, lowering branches and logs to the ground safely with the use of ropes.


Crown Thinning

We perform crown thinning, this procedure has no impact on the size or shape of a tree as it focuses on the removal tertiary branches at the outer crown.

Removal of these branches never exceeds 30% overall, and the final result allows for increased amounts of light to pass through the tree while also lowering wind resistance.


Crown Reduction 

When conducting crown reduction our tree surgeons decrease the overall size of a tree’s crown.

Carried out to exact measurements, crown reductions play a vital role in lessening mechanical stresses on specific branches. The aim of such work is to ease light loss and shading problems as well as making the tree suit its surroundings more effectively.


For more information regarding any of our services in Arundel, Billingshurst, Crawley, Petworth, Pulborough or anywhere across West Sussex, please contact us. We offer free, no obligation quotations.

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