Professional Tree Surgery Services in Belfast
From tree surgery and landscaping, to firewood and milted timber, McAuley Tree Surgery has a wide variety of experience and services on offer
Belfast Tree Surgeons
Commercial Tree Removal Services
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We do more than just remove trees
If you would like to learn more about the full variety of products and services available from the crew at McAuley Tree Surgery, please do not hesitate to get in contact with one of our members of staff, who will be more than happy to assist you with any queries you may have regarding our products.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does a tree surgeon cost UK?
The cost greatly depends on the size and complexity of the job. This affects the number of employees and the type of equipment required. The approximate cost:
Full day £600 - £1000
Half day: £250 - £500
Up to half day: £216 (min charge)
We offer a free, no obligation, quote to all customers.
How much does it cost to cut down a tree in Northern Ireland / Ireland?
Again, this is dependent on the size of tree and whether the stump needs to be removed.
The approximate cost to cut down a tree:
Small tree £216 - Extra-large tree £1000+
How do you price tree work?
A price for tree work is calculated by estimating the amount of time required to carry out the work, the number of employees and the type of equipment required.
What is the difference between an arborist and a tree surgeon?
A tree surgeon is trained to be able to fell, prune, shape or crown reduce trees.
An arborist is trained to check trees for disease, give advice on their care and maintenance.
McAuley tree surgery have staff trained in both areas to offer an all-round professional service or your tree requirements.
What is the difference between crown reduction, and topping a tree?
Tree topping is removing the large branches from the tree top and leaving only the lateral branches and stumps on the tree. This, however, is not the best way to reduce the height of the tree long term. Topping instead can cause shock, frantic regrowth, disease or potentially death, it is only used if a tree has experienced severe damage from a natural disaster.
Crown reduction involves reducing the foliage while preserving the general structure of the crown. This can reduce the size and shape of the tree while ensuring it stays healthy. The limbs on the upmost portion of the tree are cut shorter but only removed next to the lateral growth to be able to ensure that they heal faster and grow again properly.
Fully insured: £10m Public Liability
We are fully insured to £10 million which means we meet the high standards of health and safety required by the insurance companies.
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Exceptional standards, passionate Arborists
We have a genuine passion for what we do and strongly believe that our success so far has come from keeping exceptional standards of work and quality of service, we do the job right first-time round. The quality of our work is second to none; this is due to our attention to detail and the quality of our workforce. We employ some of the best Arborists the country has to offer.