Why should I use an ARB Approved Contractor?
listed in our directory listing have submitted their businesses and their tree work to the Arboricultural Association for assessment and have been found competent to provide arboricultural contracting services to clients. The Arboricultural Association’s assessme...
What are the typical services of an arboricultural contractor?
Services typically required of an arboricultural contractor
are: Tree maintenance operations including pruning, and related works to relevant British Standards (see our Tree Work Terminology page) Tree planting operations and aftercare/establishment programmes ...
How do I become an AA Approved Contractor?
We have extensive guidance here on our website, please visit the ARB Approved Contractor
How do I select the right Tree Surgeon?
1 When making an appointment with an ARB Approved Contractor
clients should advise the contractor
whether advice on trees is required, or if a specification for works already exists against which the contractor
’s quotation is sought 2 Clients are advised to obtain mor...
My boss picked me up on using a phone in the tree, my saw wasn’t running and I was stationary in a s
Using a mobile phone up a tree during an AA Approved Contractor
assessment then would not in itself result in failure unless a clear and present danger was apparent as a consequence. Arborists do use phones up trees and, whilst it may not always be ideal, there may be justi...