Simon Hill Tree Surgeon

For enquiries or emergency callouts phone 07866 369 988

News and Updates

A new season

We're now into winter and while the season feels like it's been with us for a long time, we're just a month into it! The official start of winter begins in December and lasts until March. However, the daylight is lasting slightly longer each day, the daffodil shoots...

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Looking after our trees …

A new year begins, a new decade dawns. And with the natural environment hitting the headlines almost everyday, it's time we looked after our trees. Even if you don't believe in New Year resolutions, if you have trees in your garden or at your place of work, then take...

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Winter Trees

Winter is here. The trees are bare. The trees in our area are now bereft of leaves and are sleeping, ready for spring. The outlines of trees can help us identify them. Each species has its own shape. An avenue of tress in Scarborough And while we look forward to...

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Chilly Days …

As the shortest day approaches, the sunshine grows cold and distant and our trees seem to be having a rest. Trees in a churchyard Autumn has passed its colourful peak and most of the leaves are now on the ground. The colder weather is here and with it a dormant time...

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Rain, rain, rain …

There's no doubt about it ... the rain keeps falling! We do have a sunny day from time to time. However, we are now at the time of year when the days are short and the nights are long. Autumn gradually turns into winter ... Leaves are falling from the twigs, wearing...

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A commonly asked question is…

“How can I find a trusted Tree Surgeon?”

If you have a tree that requires attention and wish to engage a tree surgeon, we would advise asking friends and family to see if anyone has had any work carried out  recently and enquire if the work was satisfactory. 

Much of our work is from repeat clients and through customer recommendation.

However, other points to note are: 

  • A large advert does not mean a better service.
  • Request and compare local companies for relative quotes.
  • Ensure your tree surgeon has full Public Liability Insurance.
  • Ask to see previous work. A good tree surgeon will be happy to provide details.

Remember the contractor will only be on your property for a short time; you will need to check your trees every day.

Get In Touch

Simon Hill Tree Surgeon offers commercial and domestic tree care reports and free of charge impartial advice. We welcome all enquiries by telephone, email or using the form opposite.

Tel: 07866 369 988

Email: info@simonhilltreesurgeon.com

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Simon Hill Tree Surgeon

Leighton Close, Crossgates

Scarborough, North Yorkshire

YO12 4LA