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C&D Trees Limited

  • Tree Surgeon


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  • Tree Surgeon

    6 skills

    Crown Reduction

    Crown Thinning

    Emergency Tree Surgeon Service

    Stump Grinding

    Tree Felling

    Tree Pruning

  • Services

    5 services

    • Domestic Work
    • Commercial Work
    • Free Estimates
    • Insurance Work Undertaken
    • Cards Accepted


Customer reviews

Overall ratingin last 12 months

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  • Workmanship9.82 out of 10
  • Tidiness9.82 out of 10
  • Reliability9.82 out of 10
  • Courtesy9.92 out of 10
  • Quote Accuracy100 out of 100
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13 Total Reviews

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  • Trimming of trees and Hedge


    Excellent as always. On time, courteous high quality cutting and very tidy. 30 years of great service.

    Location: SO22
  • Cut back trees and bushes.

    10Verified Review

    Absolutely splendid job. The three young men were skilled, very polite and courteous. A small bush got left out. On my pointig this out, they came back to do it the next day. Their price quote beat two others. A very professional job executed with state of the art tools.

    Location: SO22
  • Deadwood a large Willow and small fruiting apple tree. Also trim all hedges

    9.5Verified Review

    Really happy with C&D trees: from the first quote to the great guys on-site. They worked hard and cleaned up well afterwards. Very happy with their work. People in the office are also nice to deal with.

    Location: GU34
  • Tree removal

    10Verified Review

    Great job and would highly recommend C&D Trees

    Location: SO22
  • Reducing a yew tree

    10Verified Review

    Absolutely fantastic! Professional, friendly and highly skilled. Seamless service and great communication from start to finish. Would highly recommend

    Location: SO23
  • Reducing the canopies of 6 trees across the front of our property

    9.75Verified Review

    It looked like a big job but we were assured that enough surgeons would arrive that the whole job and clear up would be done in one day. They also had to move heavy equipment around in a small neighbourhood and park some equipment on a neighbours drive. They were quick, calm, very polite and left the site even clearer than when they started. Good job all around and a very nice team. Sian Fisher

    Location: SO23
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Company profile

  • OwnerNicholas Davies
  • Member Since2023
  • Public Liability InsuranceVerified
  • AccreditationsChecked
  • AddressChecked
  • IdentityChecked
  • Checkatrade T&C'sSigned
  • VATYes: 126 7377 96
  • Company typeLtd Company

Company info

We are professional and friendly tree surgeons based in Winchester, Hampshire who will undertake all aspects of tree and hedge work to a high standard. Sparshott college trained and qualified with full insurance cover to £10million.


Tree Dismantling -

When a tree has overgrown its space or has become diseased it may need removal and disposal. We specialise in this kind of work and have all of the equipment to carry it out safely and efficiently.

 We'll take any waste away with us, or we can even cut it into logs for your own use.


Hedge Trimming -

Established hedges require trimming to keep them dense and compact. Formal hedges require more frequent trimming than informal hedges.


New hedges require formative pruning for their first couple of years after planting. Formative pruning is usually carried out in winter or spring.


After this, maintenance trimming is carried out, usually once a year for informal hedges and twice a year for formal hedges. Some formal hedges may need three cuts a year. Maintenance trimming is generally carried out between spring and summer.


Stump Grinding and Removal -

When trees are felled or fall, their stumps should be removed to prevent suckering and fungal root rots. 

Tree stumps can be left in the ground after felling but this can lead to problems with suckering where new shoots arise from the trunk and roots.

Completely dead stumps won't form suckers, but they can play host to root diseases such as honey fungus, so aren't worth leaving in and taking the risk.


Fruit Tree Pruning -

Winter pruning of apple and pear trees is essential to ensure a good crop the following year and to prevent branches getting congested. Pruning should be carried out when the tree is dormant, between leaf fall and bud burst (usually between November and early March).

If you have an old tree that has not been baring fruit it is often possible to bring it back to life with the right pruning.

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