Quality Landscaping & Treecare

Greg Thompson ...Quality landscapes & treecare is a small company run by arborist Greg Thompson ND Horticulture, NC Arboriculture. Greg has 12 years experience in arboriculture.

Servicing the Furness and South Lakes area, Greg Thompson ..Quality Landscapes & Treecare are specialists in the care of trees and gardens. Believing that the proper care of trees is an investment for the future of our environment. Greg Thompson ..Quality Landscapes & Treecare are considerate to the needs of the client and the safety of the public. Whilst understanding that well-cared-for trees are attractive and can add considerable value to your property, poorly-maintained trees can be a significant liability.

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Approved Contractor

Pruning or removing trees, especially large trees, can be dangerous work. Greg Thompson ..Quality landscapes & treecare therefore ensures that all work will only be carried out by trained and experienced arborists. All tree work is carried out to ‘BS 3998 Recommendations for Tree Work’.

We are Arboriculture Association Approved Contractors. This means that our high standards are constantly checked, not only in treecare but also health & safety, wildlife management and care for the environment.

CUMBRIA WILDLIFE TRUST CORPORATE SPONSOR

We support the Cumbria Wildlife Trust as part of our commitment to help replace habitats lost through tree removal due to poor health or for reasons of safety.They are a charity doing a wonderful job protecting wildlife in Cumbria.

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Tree pruning

Pro Arb News Feed
Feb 20, 2018
China will be mobilising 60,000 soldiers to plant 6.6 million hectares of new trees over the next year, a space of land around the size of Ireland. Soldiers will be reassigned from The People’s Liberation Army with the goal of increasing the country’s tot…
Feb 20, 2018
The plane trees, each around 250 years old, are set to be pruned back and then eventually cut down in the London borough of Hackney due to fungus, which is eating away at their roots. Though the trees are seen as something of a local landmark, representat…