Based in Withnell between Chorley & Blackburn, Beardwood Tree Services offer professional & reliable tree surgery.

As every job is different we come out to view free of charge to assess all aspects of the job to provide an individual estimation/quote. It is very difficult to provide an accurate 'over the phone' quotation.
Our aim is to serve the local community and industry in Chorley and Lancashire in a safe, reliable and informative way.

Tree Preservation Orders in Chorley & Lancashire

Do you know if the trees in question are protected by a Tree Preservation Order or if they are in a Conservation Area - if not don't worry we will check this for you.

Professional Tree Surgery in Chorley & Lancashire

All our work is to British Standard BS3998 which safeguards the standard of work to benefit the tree, customer and environment.
Felling or pruning of a protected tree is an offence and has a penalty of up to 20,000.

Planning Applications in Chorley & Lancashire

If planning application is required then we can help with this too - we can fill in the forms and submit them to the relevant council in Leyland, Preston or Chorley.

STUMP GRINDING, FIREWOOD & WOODCHIP

We offer a stump grinding service for felled or fallen trees and we can supply split & seasoned firewood as well as various types of woodchip.
more about stump grinding, firewood & woodchip...

DOMESTIC TREE SURGERY

We take the worry out of choosing a tree contractor in Chorley because we have the experience, skills and knowledge to complete complex tree felling jobs with confidence.
more about tree felling & tree pruning...

COMMERCIAL TREE SURGERY

Beardwood tree services provide commercial tree surgery for golf courses, estate agents and local councils, as well as landscapers and nursing homes in Chorley and Lancashire.

Seasonal Note

Some trees with dense foilage - such as conifers, are used by nesting birds during spring through summer. We therefore recommend that if felling or substantial pruning work is required then this be done between October and February as seen in RSPB guidelines.
Russ Aspinall