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About Us

Our story

In 2000, our founder Alan Tibbs decided to turn his love of the outdoors and his passion for trees into a full-time job. Tibbs Tree Surgeons is the result.

Alan trained at Radstock College, where he gained an NVQ Level 2 in arboriculture, then went to Lackham college to complete his Royal Forestry Society (RFS) certificate in arboriculture. When he founded Tibbs Tree Surgeons, he resolved that all his staff would be trained at least to NPTC (National Proficiency Test Council) level.

Over the years our company has grown to tackle all aspects of tree work, serving the Radstock, Chilcompton, Paulton, Midsomer Norton, Glastonbury, Frome Bristol, Bath, Wells, north east Somerset and Chew Valley areas.

Our clients range from individual domestic clients to large commercial operations, so in an average week we can carry out everything from hedge cutting to large-scale ground clearance and stump remove. We enjoy every project, large or small.

We pride ourselves on delivering a high standard of tree work, excellent value for money and sound advice. Our customers tell us they love our professional approach, our prices and our reliability. 

We love getting out and meeting our clients, and we relish the challenge of dealing with awkward trees, whether that involves dismantling them or ensuring their safety and wellbeing for the future. 

Our many years’ experience in the field of arboriculture have given us a unique understanding of how to tackle each case in order to deliver the very best results for our clients. Our aim is to ensure 100% satisfaction and to provide a trusted, efficient service. Call us today to find out how we can help you.

“Hard working, tidy and professional. Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend these guys. Thanks again.”

Ms Wilson, Bath

Thank you to Tibbs Tree Surgeons for transforming my garden. Hard working, tidy and professional. Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend these guys. Thanks again!”

Mr Matton, Oakhill