Bruks Tree Surgery is a family run business based in Thanet which covers every aspect of Tree Work and Garden Maintenance throughout the Kent region.Our Primary Coverage areas are Dover, Deal, Sandwich, Canterbury, Faversham, Whitstable, Herne Bay and Thanet.
Your needs for a Tree Surgeon or for Garden Maintenance might simply involve pruning small trees and shrubs and reducing height from your hedge, or it could require the complete dismantling of large and dangerous trees close to your home or business with the need for stump removal and site clearance.
Bruks Tree Carving adds another dimension to Bruks Tree Surgery, as you might prefer to leave the stump in your garden exactly where it is and have Bruks Tree Carving create a little magic out of it! You may wish to have a simple chair carved out of the tree trunk in order to make a practical use from it, or you may wish to add a natural, creative eye-catching sculpture to your garden and have Bruks Tree Carving cut and sand the design to your perfection. Bruks Tree Carving also offers a niche service of creating table-top carvings for those who would like to capture an idea from a smaller piece of nature to perhaps display inside the home, or offer as a gift to a loved one.
If you would like to see one of Bruk's African themed Carvings, then you will find one of a traditionally clothed African pregnant lady displayed in the Powell-Cotton Museum & Gardens situated in Quex Park, Birchington.
Bruks Tree Surgery can meet all of your requirements using a variety of techniques to adapt to the landscape and we endeavour to climb the trees in question with either ropes and harnesses or hooks and straps rather than cranes and lifts.
We understand the varied Kent environment and the need to often work close to animals as well as homes or office buildings. Bruks Tree Surgeons pride themselves on the vast choice of equipment available to use for each individual job, from large Chainsaws and Stump Grinders to the humble petrol mower and secateurs.
We are, most importantly, fully qualified and all tree surgeon operations are carried out to the relevant British Standard BS3998: 1989; all work to be undertaken to within the current Health and Safety Executive recommendations; AFAG (Arboriculture & Forestry Advisory Group) directives and to Arboricultural Association guidelines and directives currently in use.
We hope you will think of Bruks Tree Surgery when you can't see the wood for the trees...