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Professional Tree surgeon Dartford, Kent

Dartford tree surgeons DA1, DA2, DA3, DA4

  • A professional and reliable service
  • Tree, shrub and hedge pruning
  • Tree removal
  • Tree felling/dismantling
  • Dartford site clearances
  • Tree and hedge planting
  • Stump grinding
  • Hedge cutting
  • Tree watering
  • Cable bracing
  • Logs, firewood and woodchips
  • A 24 hour callout service
  • Fertilisation and soil management

About Us:

Tree and hedge cutting, pruning and removal in Dartford DA1, DA2, DA3, DA4

We are professional, fully qualified and insured tree surgeons offering a comprehensive range of tree care services including tree felling, tree pruning, stump grinding and tree surgery in Dartford, Kent.

We provide quality tree care at competitive rates together with a modern, dynamic approach to all types of tree work.

All trees throughout Dartford need caring for, regardless of their size - The Tree Co. offers a wide range of services to cope with all situations including crown reduction, crown thinning, fruit tree pruning and professional tree inspections. Our expert, qualified arborists and tree surgeons in Dartford provide a high standard of tree care, have global tree work experience and make no compromises when it comes to safety.

Our Dartford team also offer a selective tree planting service that includes species recommendations, stakes, ties and mulch.

If you live in the Dartford, Kent DA1, DA2, DA3 or DA4 area, and would like a FREE quotation by one of our team, please email or call us to book an appointment with one of our expert tree surgeons.

In the spotlight - Dartford Central Park

Everyone loves wide open spaces. Fortunately, whilst Dartford is conveniently located for commuting to Central London, it also borders Kent's open countryside as well, so you really do get the best of both worlds if you live here. If you're local to the area and have never been to Central Park, we recommend taking a visit to enjoy this lovely green space that is accessible from Dartford's Town Centre, right next to the Museum building. If you've just moved into Dartford or have just simply never got round to paying the park a visit, you can find it on by punching in the postcode DA1 1EU to an internet map or a Satnav.

There's a car park at this entrance so if you've just finished doing a bit of shopping in the town centre, pop it in your boot (if you're driving) and spend 15 minutes having a quick look around the park. This deceptively large hidden gem has plenty to offer visitors, especially in the warmer summer months.

If you go into the park from the Town Centre end, you'll soon be greeted by the formal, ornate gardens which lead to the ornamental areas further down. As the park occupies 26 acres, if you head on further, you'll reach the open spaces at the southern end near Princes Road (where the kids can run riot!). The whole eastern side of the park is bordered by the River Darent, so there are plenty of opportunities for a paddle in the summer.

45,000 smells

Whilst the park is a beautiful place to visit any time of year, it really is a spectacle to behold as we head into the warmer part of our year. It's around this time that you can take in the spectacular sights and smells of the bedding displays which consist of 45,000 plants. Yep, that isn't a typo, there really are that many stunningly colourful plants to see!

The formal gardens (near the War Memorial and Library end) include both summer and winter bedding plants which consist of herbaceous and shrub beds. There's also a 'carpet bed' which is designed with the badge of a local organisation when in full bloom in the summertime. You can also soak up the sights and smells of the rose garden and pergola, which really is a must-see when in full bloom.

If we move through Central Park to what is generally referred to as the 'informal area', it opens out into large areas of grass with football pitches, a running track and pavilion. If you're visiting in your lunch hour, you may even get time for a quick stroll along the shaded path next to the river.

Even though Dartford Central Park is still beautiful in winter, it really comes alive as a focal hub for some of the town's summer activities. A main attraction is the Dartford Festival, which usually takes place in July.

If you pop down to the park with the family in tow, the kids will soon get worn out in the park's sizeable playground which contains swings, slides, a climbing net, aerial runway, a climbing wall, graffiti wall, bike and skateboard track and an enclosed area specifically for ball games. It's monitored by CCTV so they should also be pretty safe whilst playing.

The Bandstand

A central hub of entertainment throughout the summer, the new and revamped Bandstand is packed with a full programme from around 2 pm to 4 pm on Sundays from early May to the end of August. You'll be pleased to hear that all the entertainment is provided for free, so if you're on a tight budget, it's the perfect way to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon with the entire family.

Opening times

These vary depending on the time of year you visit. If you want to check the times visit Central Park's opening times page for more details.

Other nearby areas

We have strong ties with Dartford and love the diversity the town and surrounding areas have to offer. If you live locally and are looking for a comprehensive tree care service, get in touch today for free advice or to book a quote with one of our fully qualified tree surgeons. We also cover surrounding areas including:
Crayford, Bexley, Stone, Wilmington, Bean, Hawley, Darenth, Joyden's Wood, Hartley, New Barn, Fawkham, Gravesham, Farningham, Eynsford, South Darenth, Sutton-at-Hone, Horton Kirby,Greenhithe, Swanscombe, Gravesend, Erith, Bexleyheath, Welling, Sidcup, Orpington, BromleySwanley, Eynsford, Longfield and New Ash Green