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Tenderleaf Ltd

Tree Surgeons

Tenderleaf Ltd

  19 Heol Y Nant
West Glamorgan

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 * Tree Management, * Hedges

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About Us... Tenderleaf Tree Services provides the complete tree surgery solution throughout Swansea, Llanelli and Neath Port Talbot. We are a small local business who can provide a comprehensive tree management service. Carried out by highly qualified, experienced tree surgeons we offer a professional services at affordable rates. Based in Pontardawe, we have easy access to the M4 enabling us to carry out work in the cities, towns and countryside throughout the region.

Specialising in trees, hedges and woody vegetation we have focussed our commitment to provide outstanding quality of work. We continually aim to surpass our customer's expectations and ensure the standard of our tree work is always at the highest level. We endeavour to carry out all our tree work in accordance with our industry's British Standard BS3998. This standard is very important to us as it represents a bench mark, which we believe should be upheld as much as possible.

The range of services Tenderleaf can provide covers the whole spectrum of tree surgery and arboricultural consultancy from felling and dismantling to crown reductions and crown lifting. Tree reports and BS5837 surveys also add to an extensive yet specialist range of services. There really isn't a job too large or small that we wouldn't be able to undertake.

More Information... Tree Surgery in the Swansea Area
As a minimum requirement all arborists at Tenderleaf hold National Proficiency Test Council (NPTC) or Lantra qualifications in chainsaw use on the ground and in the tree along with aerial rescue and chipper certificates. This practical underpinning ensures all our staff have been trained to use the tools appropriate to the task at hand.

At Tenderleaf we understand the importance of knowledge and how this can affect the quality of the work we carryout. This is why all our arborists have been educated in the academic side of Arboriculture to level three or above. Plus with the continual professional development of all our employees along with in-house training and toolbox talks we stay up to date and current with modern industry techniques and best practise.

Here at Tenderleaf Tree Services we have worked on many hedges and transformed them to be more manageable and attractive. From providing just an annual hedge trimming service to reducing the height of overground Leylandii we can deal with all types of hedges.
Much of our time is spent working on Leylandii and other conifer species and we have become very accustom to their growth habit. With this experience we can usually reduce hedges and tall conifers to restore their former glory. Where this is not possible we will always advise on the best course of action to get the most out of your hedge.

Sometimes, when a hedge or conifer has been neglected for too long, it may be beyond repair and felling/dismantling is the only option. This may also be the more cost effective approach in the long run.

Paul Hastings from Tenderleaf Tree Services is qualified to foundation degree in Arboriculture (FDSc Arb) and is fully insured to carry out many aspects of arboricultural consultancy to ensure you peace of mind and fulfil your duty of care. Based near Swansea, but covering the whole of South Wales, Paul can produce tree reports and surveys and offer advice on tree related matters.

According to both the civil and criminal law, an owner of land on which a tree stands holds the responsibility for the safety of those on or near their land and could be held accountable for any liabilities arising from the falling of a tree or branch (NTSG)

The owner of the land on which a tree stands, along with any party who has control over the tree's management, owes a duty of care to all people who might be injured by the tree.

In the last few years an element of uncertainty has arisen regarding the management of trees for safety. The rare Incidents where a falling tree or branch has killed or injured a person has stimulated this ambiguity.

Your duty of care can be fulfilled by taking reasonable care to avoid acts or omissions that cause a reasonably foreseeable risk of injury to persons or property.

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