We believe in offering you the best service at the best price. We are based in Salhouse, close to Wroxham and Rackheath and offer tree surgery operations throughout Norfolk. Target Trees was created to be an efficient company and give you as little stress as possible, be it a quick enquiry about your tree moving in the wind to a 2a.m. call-out from a fallen tree. One call and we will do the rest; this includes sending in planning applications for trees within conservation areas and tree preservation order applications.
Target Trees is managed by Ian Flatters,Â Tech Cert (ArborA), who started his career in 2000 and has a wealth of knowledge in Arboriculture. He is also a trained arboriculturalistÂ consultant, World- and European-ranked pole climber. Ian works closely with you, ensuring that your enquiry is dealt with quickly, visiting at your convenience, and ensuring that all the works areÂ carriedÂ out toÂ a rigorusly high standard. Ian has worked on projects in The Gambia for Treeworks International and Canopy Spirit. Ian is a founding member of the Nomadic climbers, who carry out various advanced climbing demos across the country throughout the year. Ian is also a known Journalist and writes articles for essentialARB magazine, where he shares his experiences and knowledge to others in the industry.
We strive to bring the highest levels of work to you at a reasonable price. All our work is to British Standard 3998:2010 and survey work to British Standard 5837:2012. We offer a complete service from the small tree to the highly technical rigging operations and specialist forestry works. We recycle all of the timber and materials that are removed from site and hold a valid waste carriers licence. We have Â£5,000,000 public liability insurance, Â£2,000,000 professional indemnity insurance and are fully certificated to carry out arboricultural works, all of which can be found in the certification link at the bottom left corner of this page.
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