If you need a tree surgeon in Bristol or the surrounding area for tasks such as tree felling, hedge cutting, pollarding or tree thinning and reduction, Tibbs Tree Surgeons can help. We’ve been serving the Bristol area for nearly two decades. We’re based in Radstock so it’s easy for us to provide you with a prompt response at a reasonable price.
Over the years, we have helped numerous people in Bristol ensure their trees and hedges are safe and looking their best – or if a tree or hedge needs removing, we can do that too.
Our founder, Alan Tibbs, studied arboriculture at Radstock College, then went to Lackham college to complete his Royal Forestry Society (RFS) certificate in arboriculture. He and his team know Bristol and the surrounding area very well.
Looking after your surroundings
Bristol is a vibrant city full of colourful streets and historic buildings. When carrying out work on trees and hedges in an urban area it’s vital to make sure the correct surveys and permissions in place. Our experienced team will make sure any work carried out is safe and legal.
Wherever in Bristol you live, we are here to help you take care of your natural surroundings. You won’t find a better tree surgeon in Bristol and you can rely on us for honest, expert advice, a prompt, professional service and high safety standards.
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Facts about Bristol
A magnet for artists, musicians and creatives, Bristol is one of the UK’s most lively and exciting cities. Its origins can be traced back into ancient history: remnants of iron age forts and Roman villas have been found in the area.
A central factor in Bristol’s growth as a city has been its harbour – now an attractive modern development full of bars and restaurants. Many great ships were built in Bristol: one of these, the magnificent ocean-going passenger steamship SS Great Britain, is now permanently located in Bristol’s Great Western Dockyard and is open to visitors.
Bristol’s vibrant arts scene supports many theatres, including the Bristol Hippodrome, Bristol Old Vic and the Tobacco Factory, as well as venues such as St Georges and Colston Hall, which are popular for music and comedy events. Whatever you love – history, arts, food or drink – you’ll find something for you in Bristol.
You can find out more information about Bristol on the Wikipedia page.