Highly experienced and very well regarded, we have built a strong reputation over the last 20 years and have an extensive portfolio of project work and clientele.
Most of our team have been with the business for many years and hold extensive qualifications for skills and knowledge in tree care and management, also in the tools and plant used in our operations.
With climbers, ground staff and machine operators, we are well positioned to take on both large-scale projects and multiple smaller tasks.
Our team are trained and certified to NPTC standards and all tree works are carried out to BS3998 standards (British Standard for Tree Work – Recommendations, 2010). For works that require road closures or traffic management we have Chapter 8 qualifications, which enable us to legally and responsibly manage traffic flow to ensure the safety of our staff, pedestrians and motorists.
Exceeding standard industry requirements, we have £10 million public / products / employer’s liability insurance, plus £5 million pollution liability insurance.
More now than ever, as a society we recognise the importance of maintaining our trees, woodlands and green spaces to ensure the health of our communities and environment. We are passionate about conservation practises for the protection and management of trees, shrubs and plants. Whatever the weather, whatever the job of the day, we genuinely enjoy what we do.
We can offer advice and multiple maintenance options to enable our customers to make their own informed choices on how to manage the safety, health and aesthetic aspects of their trees and green spaces.
Ben Acreman - National Student Tree Climbing Champion of the Year
Director Ben Acreman formally launched Acreman’s Arboriculture Ltd in 2000. He was then fresh out of arboriculture training at Moulton College, Northampton and had just won the prestigious award of National Student Tree Climbing Champion of the Year – he came second place worldwide! Ben has gone on to build his skills, strength and stamina and leads a hugely successful team of climbers and groundsmen to ensure safe and highly skilled delivery on every job undertaken.
Nothing wasted! Where we are required to chip and remove brash and timber from site, every bit of ‘waste’ goes on for further use as mulch, biomass, wood chippings and seasoned logs for firewood. Some timber is purchased by merchants for commercial use.
Whilst petrol tools are essential for some jobs, we also use electric power tools wherever possible to reduce our carbon footprint.