Blagdon Tree Surgeons
Providing professional tree services to local Authorities, commercial and domestic customers across Bristol & the South West
Blagdon Tree Surgeons are a modern day tree care company covering Bristol and the whole of the South West. Established in 2001 by Jon Medder, who has been working full time within the arboriculture industry for the past 22 years.
All members of the Blagdon Tree Surgeons team are highly skilled, professionally trained and accredited tree surgeons with a wealth of arboricultural knowledge and experience of working with trees on a daily basis. We primarily operate in Bristol and surrounding areas, covering a 50 mile wide radius. We are an eco friendly business that believes trees play a huge role in enhancing and benefiting the environment.
We recognise the importance and the need for continued tree care and protection and do everything possible to advise and try to retain healthy trees where we can. However we also understand that property owners have a need to deal with trees that become a problem, that are dangerous, sited in poor locations or have become diseased requiring intervention including full tree removal. Blagdon Tree Surgeons also offer a planning consultation service including submitting planning applications on behalf of the client.
Our skilled and competent arborists provide a comprehensive range of expert tree services covering all aspects of tree management regardless of size, from the largest to the smallest trees. Ensuring an exceptional standard of tree surgery, complying fully to all current health and safety legislation and operating standards (BS3998) for both commercial and domestic tree work. We are longstanding approved contractors for local authorities in the Bristol area.
Blagdon Tree Surgeons hold all required levels of insurance limits and are accredited to the Safe Contractor Scheme for Business (SMAS worksafe contractor), and the Contractor Health and Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS), also active members of the International society of Arboriculture (ISA).