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25 years experience

With 25 years experience you can trust us to get the job completed on schedule and on budget.

Fully Licensed

We're registered with the Environment Agency and all our waste is removed from your premises and legally disposed of

Tree felling & hedge cutting services covering Conwy to Prestatyn along the North Wales coast and from Llanrwst to Denbigh and St. Asaph inland

Fully licensed waste removal

Fly tipping is a common problem in most areas of North Wales and across the UK. Abergele Tree are fully registered with the Environment Agency to dispose of any garden waste we create on site.

When we’ve completed our work you can rest assured that your waste will be disposed of legally. All our waste is shredded for compost.

NEBOSH - H&S Certificated

National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health is a UK-based independent examination board delivering vocational qualifications in health, safety & environmental practice and management.

IOSH - H&S Certificated

The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health is a British organisation for health and safety professionals.

Price & Affordability

At affordable rates, you can ensure you will be given the best prices with the right solution for you. You can also expect to be greeted by Len with a friendly smile and given expert advice on your tree and hedge cutting job.

Len puts a lot of careful planning into their work to make sure the job is done to the best of his ability, using all correct equipment and taking the correct safety precautions into consideration for each individual job carried out.

Len is highly experienced and trained well with the equipment he uses, enabling you to feel at ease knowing the job will be to a high and safe standard.

Len will take the areas surroundings into consideration when carrying out each individual job with respect for other residents and their homes. The use of loud equipment such as chainsaws may be needed but we are aware in residential areas which hours in the day are best for use of these.