Witt Tree Services


Witt Tree Services provides a complete tree care service. We are based in Salisbury Wiltshire and have the capacity to carry out our work up to 100miles from our depot. Operations include the removal of dead wood, crown thinning and cleaning. Reductions and shaping can be carried out on suitable specimens, or where safety is the priority. Non-invasive cable brace systems which are attached around the trunk or branches can be installed on trees.


All our work is carried out by professionals to a high standard. Our work and conforms to BS3998 recommendations for tree work.


We understand that tree work is potentially hazardous and we are committed to Health and Safety in all our activities. We carry out site assessment and risk assessments are carried out prior to commencement of any work. All Witt Tree Services staff are regularly updated with training in all latest techniques for tree work & related operations to ensure compliance with industry guidelines.


We would like to see the world becoming a greener place, and for that you need a company that cares and will deliver work to your requirements, no matter how small or challenging the job is we promise to get it done on time and within budget.
Witt Tree Services is an environmentally aware business and is committed to lowering the environmental impact of our activities and have identified a number methods to reduce our impact on the environment:


• Our chain oil is bio-degradable
• 2-stroke oil is environmentally friendly.
• All are wood chippings are recycled
• All timber is utilized or recycled
• All other green waste is chipped for recycling.


Witt Tree Services are fully insured for all tree work operations with public liability insurance of £10,000,000, and our employer’s liability of £10,000,000. If you would like see a copy of our policy we will not hesitate in sending it along with your quotation.

“I would like to thank Stuart and his team for carrying out the tree surgery in such an efficient manner. They are all such personable young men and so obviously well trained.” Langdon B. Nichols