Herring Tree Services


Do you have hedges that you need to be trimmed and maintained, or do you have an area of hedge that you would like to be removed?

Maintaining a hedge can be hard work, with the added issue of getting rid of all the green waste. Let us take care of this for you, including removing stumps and roots as required.

Removing a tree takes the right skills, equipment and experience – you can rest assured that the team here at Herring Tree Serviced have everything you need and will leave your garden or site clear and tidy – call us today to discuss your problem and get a quick, no obligation quote.

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Hedge Trimming Frequently Asked Questions

All your questions answered about our quality domestic and commercial hedge trimming services. Got a question? Get in touch today

This totally depends on the size of the hedge and how overgrown the branches are. Usually small hedges can be cut back in a matter of 2-3 hours and with the total clean so you could be looking at around £200 with the waste clearance. A large hedge can be £400 plus depending on the size.

In the UK, the most common types of hedges we trim are:

  • Laurel Hedging.
  • Yew Hedging.
  • Box Hedging.
  • Beech Hedge.
  • Privet Hedge.
  • Leylandii.
  • Photinia Hedging.
  • Western Red Cedar.
We recommend that you look at cutting back your hedges when they become overgrown. Also anytime from September just after the summer months to keep them trimmed through the Autumn and winter and then once before summer in early March.
We do plant hedges, you will just need to get in touch with us to discuss your requirements. We plant all types of hedges and privets, so you can book a free quote anytime with us.
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Reducing the overall crown of the tree whilst maintaining or creating the shape of the tree.


Removing branches within the crown without reducing the size or the shape of the tree. This method of pruning is used to increase light penetration and reduce wind resistance.


The removal of dead, diseased or weak branches. Epicormic shoots can also be removed.


Lower branches are removed to reduce hazards near walkways and roads, to prune back from buildings and to increase visibility for example pruning back from signs.