All hedges benefit from regular cutting, this promotes dense growth, better definition and combats weeds.
Some hedges may need cutting once a year, others once a month. You can have your hedges trimmed/maintained as frequently as you wish, however, the more maintenance you give them, the better they look.
Do I need my Hedge Maintained?
Unmaintained and overgrown hedges in gardens or public areas can cause a variety of issues and even health and safety concerns. Due to new high hedge legislation, you can even be fined if you don’t take care of the problem.
Why use Majestic Tree Care?
Majestic Tree Care hedge cutting specialists have years of experience. We will visit your premises to evaluate your hedge maintenance requirements and carry out all work quickly and efficiently. We will clear up all loose waste/materials when we've completed the job.
We provide professional hedge cutting and garden maintenance services for domestic gardens as well as larger commercial properties which require larger areas of maintenance. Our equipment allows us to trim and reduce all sizes and heights of hedges to a professional standard.
Why Choose Majestic Tree Services
Over the many years of caring for trees, shrubs, and hedges, for both domestic and commercial customers, Majestic Tree Care has built up an unbeatable reputation. All our Tree Surgeons are fully trained, fully qualified and have vast experience and knowledge in a variety of different pruning and felling methods:
Crown thinning – Small branches are removed to thin the crown, reducing the weight & wind resistance of the tree
Crown lifting – Lower branches are carefully removed to increase the amount of light passing through the tree
Crown deadwooding – Branches may naturally die off but can take a while to decay, removing the branches early keeps the tree safe
Crown reductions – The height of the tree is reduced to decrease shading & loss of light, making the tree more suited to its environment
Directional felling – A wedge is removed from the bottom of the tree, bringing it down safely in one piece
Sectional dismantling – Where space is restricted, the tree is carefully dismantled and brought down piece by piece