Company Profile

Treetech Arboricultural Services formed in Stonesfield Oxfordshire in 2004, later moving to Chipping Norton in 2005. In May 2011 the company made a siginifcant change to its structure and became ltd.  As Treetech Arboricultural Services Ltd we still wish to offer the same competitive and friendly service but aim to improve and develop on this further.

Our clients range from small domestic households requiring hedge trimming, through to local authority contracts requiring large scale traffic management plans. We have undertaken work lifting large timber, using cranes, through to pruning small cherry trees in private gardens. Whatever your requirments we are sure we can put together a solution.

Director Ben Southall has worked his way through the arboricultural industry for the last 12 years. Ben has worked for two of the largest tree companies in the world as well as many small contracting companies.

He first gained his GNVQ Land and Environment at Holme Lacy College in Herefordshire, and then continued his professional development and studied for his Higher National Diploma (HND) in Arboriculture from Myerscough College, University of Central Lancashire. As part of the course Ben travelled to New Zealand to further his practical experience of the industry. As part of industry standards Ben also completed his competency tests for arboricultural operations and his professional tree inspectors course.

As the company has developed the staff have also developed with it, gaining qualifications along the way. We pride ourselves on keeping up to date, with teams holding traffic management qualifications for roadside work, up to date chainsaw qualifications, cherry picker operation certifcates, and stump grinder training.

Treetech hold the following accreditions for both health and safety and quality of work.

2010 Buy with Confidence Ccheme of Oxford County Council. The members of this scheme are inspected before approval to ensure they are trading fairly. The members of this scheme are commited to reduce roque trading within their industry.

2012 CHAS (Contractor health and safety) Heatlh and safety scheme run by an external company. The members of this scheme have been inspected to ensure they meet strict health and safety measures. This scheme is re-assessed on a annual basis to ensure contractors are keeping up to date.

2012 Arboricultural Association Approval - This scheme is industry specific and consists of a external assessment by a member of our trade body. The assessment is both practical and theory and is one of the highest awards that a tree contracting company can achieve, the arboricutural association contractor logo can only be used under licence.