Cookie Policy for TreeWorks (West Wales) Ltd

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How We Use Cookies

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A Sample of Recent Customer Feedback

  • “Very happy. They were unbelievably quick. Thank you.”

    Mr. R Hemingway, Kilgetty, April 2017

    Various tree work to facilitate development
  • “All good, they did a great job.”

    Sue Berry, Roch, April 2017

    Roadside pruning for highways clearance
  • “Excellent work in terrible conditions. Many thanks.”

    Mrs. Wood, Llannreath, March 2017

    Removal of a pine tree
  • “Very happy and it’s very nice of you to ring.”

    Mr. Llewellin, Little Haven April 2017

    Making safe storm damaged branches over driveway
  • “Boys did a great job. They were polite, courteous, and efficient and left everything clean and tidy.”

    Gary Evans, Stackpole Inn, April 2017

    Dismantle of a large Leylandii tree
  • “Boys did a great job.”

    Roddy Milne, Picton Castle April 2017

    Felling of 2 large oak trees infected with Honey fungus
  • “The whole experience was wonderful. They took real care and worked very closely with us – we are delighted with the outcome. The guys are really nice and kind. Thank you so much.”

    Mrs. Kingston, Solva April 2017

    Sympathetic reduction of a silver birch tree
  • “They worked very hard, they did a lovely job and everything was left nice and tidy.”

    Mrs. Longthorpe, Haverfordwest March 2017

    Pruning of various hedges, shrubs and trees
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20 Years Protecting Trees!

TreeWorks has been protecting trees, people and the environment for over 20 years.

We are approved contractors and professional members of the Arboricultural Association and Consulting Arborists Society.

We are amongst the most qualified and experienced in the UK.

For professional advice and tree care, call us on 01437 899888.

Only ONE TreeWorks!

Be aware of others who try to trade on our name and excellent reputation. We don't work for anyone else and never sub-contract.

If it doesn't say TreeWorks (West Wales) Ltd then it isn't TreeWorks!

TreeWorks Profile

  • We are the only Arboricultural Association Approved Contractor in Pembrokeshire
  • Company Director, Paul Cleaver MArborA, is a Professional Member of the Arboricultural Association
  • We are professional members of CAS, the Consulting Arborist Society
  • We are CHAS accredited for our Health and Safety standards
  • We are fully insured
  • Our initial on-site consultations are always free of any charge or obligation

Contact TreeWorks

TreeWorks (West Wales) Ltd
Broad Haven Road
Tiers Cross
Haverfordwest
Pembrokeshire SA62 3BZ

Tel: 01437 899888

 

Tree Surgeon or Arborist?

Anyone can call themselves a tree surgeon and promote themselves as such. They are unlikely to have the right certificates of competence or tree knowledge.

An Arboriculturalist (arborist), in addition to appropriate certificates of competence, will have academic qualifications in tree science. These enable them to undertake tree surgery in a safe, efficient and sympathetic manner.

See The Arboricultural Association guidance on Choosing Your Arborist (pdf).