Over recent years, demand has increased for tree consultancy services. Having a team committed specifically to these services enables Bartlett Tree Experts to provide surveys, reports, and management plans for a wide variety of clients and needs. With our main office based in Hertfordshire, Bartlett Consulting was expanded in 2005 to better serve customers.
We work closely with the construction and development industries providing development site reports, tree protection plans and method statements on projects large and small and can provide guidance for a range of situations based on the British Standard 5837: 2012 ‘Trees in relation to design, demolition, and construction – Recommendations.’ In the field of tree safety and management we are able to undertake tree surveys to almost any specification from individual decay and disease detection to city wide tree stock surveys. Backed by our research facility at Reading University, Bartlett Consulting can act for clients on a varied range of issues such as tree insurance matters, mortgage risk assessments, high hedges disputes, and environmental management.
Our team of consultants has considerable expertise and qualification in arboriculture, amenity forestry and the environment, as well as significant experience working with both the private and public sector – from private households to small or large companies to land owners.
We specialise in a variety of services. Our aim is to deliver the top level of customer service based on your requests.
- I have two Autumn Blaze Maples that are not looking too well the last two summers. One has a ton of leaves at the top and some big leaves towards the bottom, but the middle looks terrible. The other one has very few leaves at the top and there are several branches that need to be pruned. Are these trees are salvageable?
- I have a ten year old lemon tree. Recently, the tree is experiencing yellowing of leaves and a lot of early leaf drop. I get flood irrigation twice a month and fertilize it with citrus fertiliser three times per year. What is happening to this tree?
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- Yesterday at a fall festival, there was a tree giveaway, however I never was told the names of the trees I acquired. Since I do not know the names, I do not know how to care for them. One reaches 15 feet with purple and white flowers. The other is 20 feet and supposedly has bright fall colors, but its leaves have already fallen. Could you identify these for me?
- It looks like my giant sequoia is dying! It’s about 25 years old and 40 feet tall. It looks like 80% of the healthy thick dark bark is missing, leaving a bright tan sort of fuzzy wood. What is left looks like it’s dry rotting. I don’t see any insects. I’d love to find a way to treat it if possible. Might you be able to diagnose this severe bark loss?
- We have an upright red Japanese Maple, and it has dead branches on it after winter frost damage. How can I promote new shoots from the tree?
- We recently had our maple tree pruned. It now has spots all over the leaves. Can you tell me what is causing this and what treatment options there are?
- My neighbors want trim a large cherry blossom tree down by a third this summer. Would this possibly kill it if done in hot weather?
- I have apple and pear trees. Every year I get worms in my fruit, no matter the spray or schedule and the labels on the sprays are confusing. What can I do?