Greyhound Tree and Garden Services

Greyhound is a family-owned business based in Horsted Keynes, offering Tree Surgery, Gardening and Hedge Cutting.

We operate in Haywards Heath, Burgess Hill, Crawley, East Grinstead, Uckfield, Crowborough, Bolnore, Lindfield and Brighton areas.

For your peace of mind, we are registered with West Sussex Buy With Confidence and Which Trusted Trader.

To discuss maintenance work in your garden, please call us on 01825 791979

Tree Surgery

tree surgery in sussex

Caring for trees is at the heart of our business. We do all we can to ensure that the trees we work with have long healthy lives. Usually, this means regular checks and the removal of dead or diseased branches. Tree surgery is not just cutting down trees. It is the skilled application of tree care techniques to ensure the good health of the tree.  Felling is absolutely the final option.

Hedge Cutting

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An expertly cut hedge brings real distinction to a garden. This is is precise work that requires years of practice to master. We have that experience, so you can trust us with hedges of all sizes ranging from small Yew topiary to massive estate Beech hedging. We have invested in the machinery and skills to carry out this work safely and efficiently and to the highest standards.

Lawn Mowing

A carefully tended lawn says that you really care about your garden. But, especially if your garden is large, mowing the lawn can be a time-consuming task. We can help with a regular mowing programme that will keep your lawn looking absolutely perfect. Our skills, experience and professional standard machinery ensure that your lawn looks good and allows you to enjoy your garden.

Greyhound Tree and Garden services specialise in tree surgery and gardening in Kent, East Sussex, West Sussex and Surrey.

Call us on 01825 791979

“We have been in business since 1996 and we are proud of the loyal clientele we have built up. If you are looking for someone to take on your tree-work, hedge trimming, lawn mowing and garden maintenance, please call us and let’s talk gardening”.

Deborah Lewis