Welcome to Gold Leaf Tree Care in Leicester
Fully Qualified & Insured Tree Surgeon Operating in North and West Leicester with 12 years Experience.
Hi, I am Rick Gomez, the founder of Gold Leaf Tree Care in Leicester. I have worked as an arborist for over 12 years.
My tree surgeon services have been contracted to local Leicester authorities for the past 10 years and I am fully qualified and insured.
All work is undertaken to BS 3998:2010;
We offer free advice and no-obligation free quotations.
I have a various qualifications and awards including City and Guilds, NPTC, Lantra awards & ISA (International Society of Arboriculture).
Tree Surgeon certifications are available to view on request.
We cover a wide area across Leicestershire, including and not limited to the following areas ; Leicester, Rutland, Melton Mowbray, Leicester Forest East, Groby, Glenfield, Mountsorrel, Woodhouse, & Anstey.
CALL NOW FOR A NON-OBLIGATON QUOTE ON
07807 159 228
Tree Surgeon Services in Leicester....
Tree Pruning including tree thinning, reducing, deadwood removal, crown clean outs, tree pollarding, lifting and shaping:
- Tree Surgery
- Storm Damage
- Tree removal
- Crane removal
- Hedge and shrubs removed
- Dismantling trees
- Large branch removal
- Fruit tree pruning
- Stump grinding
- Herbicide applications
- Conservation planning applications
- Tree preservation order planning applications.
Large branch removal
Fruit tree pruning
Tree thinning & reducing
Crown clean outs
Tree removal using crane
Hedge and shrubs removed
Fully Managed Tree Conservation & Preservation Planning applications
Send us a message
Gold Leaf Tree Care
11 Laxford Close
Please call 07807 159 228
Our Working Hours....
Monday.......... 7.30am - 5.30pm
Tuesday......... 7.30am - 5.30pm
Wednesday... 7.30am - 5.30pm
Thursday....... 7.30am - 5.30pm
Friday............ 7.30am - 5.30pm
Saturday....... 7.30am - 5.30pm
Sunday ........ Closed
24 / 7 EMERGENCY CALL OUT SERVICE AVAILABLE.
Rick's company came to clear my mother's horrendously overgrown garden. He cleared all the over hanging tree branches and cut a large Leylandi hedge, reducing it in height and width. Cut back shrubs and cleared all old debris out of the garden leaving it all clean tidy and in the neighbours garden too.
Very reasonably priced for an amazing job well done. Alison & John McAuliffe
Rick and his team cleared 3 large trees in our garden, the team were on time, professional and tidy.
Thanks for a job well done. Bal Singh
All work is undertaken to BS 3998:2010
Tree Preservation Orders (TPO) - Useful Information & Links
What is a Tree Preservation Order?
A Tree Preservation Order is an order made by a local planning authority to protect specific trees, groups of trees or woodlands in the interests of amenity.
- cutting down
- wilful damage
- wilful destruction
of trees without the local planning authority’s written consent. If consent is given, it can be subject to conditions which have to be followed. In the Secretary of State’s view, cutting roots is also a prohibited activity and requires the authority’s consent.
On the right we have listed some of the local Leicestershire Borough council links that may be useful to find out whether you trees are protected by a conservation area or Tree Preservation Order (TPO).
Common Tree Diseases and Pests
Is your tree looking under the weather?
Sometimes you will need a little help determining the cause of why your tree isn't looking at it's best. There are hundreds of fungal & bacterial diseases, pests such as beetles, ash dieback, acute oak decline, sawflys & ringspot just to name a few. A qualified tree surgeon can help you with this, and it may not be as bleak as it once seemed. Ideally, we would advise you to let us inspect the tree as soon as you notice it deteriorating. Once we have inspected the tree we are able to establish whether we can treat it, or whether we have to take more drastic measures. We always do our upmost to save a tree rather than take it down.
The following links may be useful;
Ash Dieback - https://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk
Acute Oak Decline - https://www.observatree.org.uk/portal/acute-oak-decline-aod/
Identify a tree disease or pest - https://www.gov.uk/guidance/identify-a-tree-pest-or-disease-overview