Qualified Tree Surgeon & Tree Care Specialist
Welcome to Centaur Tree Services. The premier choice tree sugeon providing tree care and arboricultural services throughout Oxford and the South East.
We are a family run company based in Oxford, offering a complete range of tree care services. Tree care is our absolute passion as well as our job, and we welcome any new business no matter how big or small.
The Company is owned by local tree surgeon Ben Scoble. Passionate about tree work and a general love for being outdoors, Ben strives to offer an excellent standard of tree work while having a genuine recycling policy of timber arisings. Although a young company, Centaur is committed to maintain high tree surgery standards and is continually striving to improve the service that is provided.
Highly Experienced in Tree Surgery
Just as all tradesmen have a National standard to work to, Tree Surgeons do too. In Arboriculture this document is BS3998 and ensures the highest possible quality of tree work adhered to by all reputable arborists, and of course Centaur! Also full adherence to the health and safety guidelines set by the HSE. Centaur also has Public Liability insurance to the sum of £5 million.
Areas We Cover
Centaur Tree Services operates throughout Oxfordshire and into Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire including Oxford, Thame, Stokenchurch, Wallingford, Headington, Wheatley, Cowley, Great Milton, Dorchester, Charlgrove, Watlington, Benson, Haddenham, Tiddington and surrounding areas.
Excellent service from a friendly team. Happy to recommend!
Centaur Trees did a superb job for me at a reasonable price. They were efficient and cleared up well afterwards removing all debris. I would recommend the company to anyone.
The service was excellent! They came when they said they would, left everything perfectly clean, and charged what was agreed. Garden looks great. I thoroughly recommend them.
Tree Care Services
Altering your trees back to a suitable growth point and help promote healing.
Reduction aims to make your trees smaller while keeping a natural shape.
Removing whole trees safely and recycle the resulting timber.
Giving your trees the best chance, also with tips on selection and planting.
Managing oversized trees with an ancient and basic form of tree management.
Keeping hedges neat and tidy whatever the species or dimensions they maybe.
Managing deadwood and also helping to improve the trees overall appearance.
Turning trees into something new like a garden bench or dining room table.