At Blue Sky we are constantly striving to be better than the competition.
Established in 2004, Blue Sky Tree Care Ltd are tree surgeons for Hampshire, Surrey and West Sussex. We strive to offer a better level of customer service than our competitors and care about finding the right solution for both you and your trees.
The job could be as simple as removing a dead or dangerous limb over your garden or could involve a combination of the services we offer like a crown reduction combined with a crown lift or the complete removal of a tree and the grinding of the stump. In particular, our Mechanical Dismantling service with our 56 ton meter crane and grapple saw excels in clearing trees with minimal impact to the surrounding environment, including trees affected by ash dieback, ivy clad trees, stems with structural defects or root decay, as well as healthy trees that need to be brought down under control.
One we have discussed the options at our initial onsite consultation, you will be provided with an immediate itemised quotation detailing what we have discussed and with prices including VAT. No hidden costs! If the prices are acceptable to you we can make any necessary inquiries with the local council to make sure the trees aren’t protected by any planning conditions. If they are, don’t worry, we’ve got a well established relationship with your local council and we will take care of the paperwork for the planning application and see the job right through to the end.
We are qualified to set up and manage traffic works so working road side is no issue. All our staff are qualified with the relevant NPTC certificates that they require to work in the industry. We are fully insured: Public Liability – £5m Employers Liability – £10m
We try to recycle our waste wherever possible to reduce our carbon footprint. Wood chips are re-used to mulch pathways and flowerbeds. Usable wood is milled into timber whether it be Oak sleepers, Cedar shingles or Douglas fir fence posts. Waste wood is turned into logs.
All our work is carried out to British Standard BS3998: Recommendations for tree work.
Update on Ash dieback (Hymenoscyphus Fraxineus): research has shown that wood in infected trees become more brittle and susceptible to breaking, especially under loading such as lowering branches or a climber’s anchorpoint. By using our Mechanical Dismantling service, limbs and stems can be dismantled safely for operatives and the surrounding space (including homes, roads, telephone wires, etc).