We offer information, advice, and experienced high quality tree surgery services to business and private residential customers in Aberdeen city and throughout the northeast of Scotland.
Eastland Foresters offer professional and expert advice on all aspects of tree management, including veteran tree maintenance, and mature tree pruning and shaping. We will maintain your trees amenity value and allow natural light improvement.
Eastland Foresters Ltd was established in 1973 with the intention of providing a safe, reliable and professional service to all our customers. The arboriculture team have NPTC certificates to the relevant standard.
We have fully trained professional and experienced consultants, climbers, and ground staff.
So why not give us a call or email so we can get started with your works today!
Our work - With over 35 years’ experience, you can be certain that all tree work we perform will be to the highest level. All of our operatives are trained to industry standards and we understand and always work to the guidelines set out in British Standard 3998: 1989. It is intended for use by arborists and all others involved in the cultivation and maintenance of trees.
We pride ourselves on the quality of our work and on completion of a job the area will be left clear of Debris, with you left 100% satisfied with the results.
Safety - We appreciate that the nature of the work we do can raise concerns about damage to property and injury to people. We promise to always perform a number of standard health and safety checks and complete a risk assessment before any work begins. All of our operational staff are fully trained in the work they perform, the equipment they use and in first aid. In the highly unlikely event of any damage occurring during the work phase, we are fully insured for public liability to £2 Million pounds.
British Standards - We promise that works will be undertaken to the following British Standards:
British Standard 3998:1989 ‘British Standard Recommendations for Tree Work’
British Standard 5837:2012 ‘Trees in Relation to Construction’
Industry Best Practice - We promise that all work will be conducted using the AFAG (Arboriculture & Forestry Advisory Group) guides as the industry best practice.
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