Welcome to Bruks Tree Surgery
& Bruks Tree Carving
You may not have intended to bed-down quite so early this year, but Bruk and the team are fortunately permitted, following the latest government regulations surrounding the Corona Virus, to continue tending to your gardens, trees and hedges over this isolating time.We are able to carry out all our work while keeping a minimum safe 2 metres distance from you; leaving you free to communicate with us, direct us and pay for what you need online or by good old fashioned telephone. I hope this will put your mind at rest.
Stay Safe – Stay Strong – Stay in touch
BTS has also carried out extensive contract work for track-side clearance on the railway lines, sponsored by Avondale Environmental Services Ltd and as such, (with a Link-up / Risk approved Sponsor) we are also able to offer a BTS crew Fully PTS trained, experienced and ready to go.
The BTS crew are all fully-qualified and experienced in their Tree, Ground and Aerial Rescue roles for all domestic and commercial work and each crew member holds a Level 2 Emergency at Work First Aid qualification.
BTS hold the coveted Checkatrade Membership, which we hope will give all of our customers the peace of mind they need when requesting our services.
BTS are Street-Works accredited and can, therefore, work on jobs which require Traffic Management.
In short, we love what we do – we know what we are doing and we understand how to do it all safely!
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!
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. Alternatively, you can browse through a wide selection of just some of our already completed Tree Carvings, by simply clicking on the link. Bruks Carving Price Guide