Tree surgeons Gravesend, Kent DA11, DA12 and DA13
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 in Gravesend, Kent. We provide quality tree care at competitive rates together with a modern, dynamic approach to all types of tree work.
Gravesend Tree and Hedge Care
All trees throughout Gravesend 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 Gravesend provide a high standard of tree care, have global tree work experience and make no compromises when it comes to safety. Our Gravesend team also offer a selective tree planting service that includes species recommendations, stakes, ties and mulch.
Free tree surgery quotes in Gravesend
If you live in the Gravesend DA11, DA12 and DA13 Kent 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.
Did you know?
Gravesend was recorded as Gravesham in the Domesday Book of 1086 when it belonged to Odo, Earl of Kent and Bishop of Bayeux, the half-brother of William the Conqueror. It's thought that the name comes from 'graaf-ham', the home of the reeve or bailiff of the lord of the manor. Another theory suggests that the name Gravesham may be a corruption of the words grafs-ham – a place "at the end of the grove". In a 1939 book by authour Frank Carr called "sailing Barges", he claims that the name derives from the Saxon 'Gerevesend', meaning the end of the authority of the Portreeve (originally Portgereve, chief town administrator). In the Netherlands, a place called 's-Gravenzande is found with its name translating into "Sand (or sandy area) belonging to the Count".
The Domesday spelling is Gravesend's earliest known historical record. The variation Graveshend can be seen in a court record of 1422, where Edmund de Langeford was parson and attributed to where the graves ended after the Black Death. The name Gravesham was formally adopted in 1974 as the name for the new borough.
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