Specialising in tree and hedge work across Rugby and Northampton, tree surgeons, Stewart Tinlin and Luke Holloway, have been working in the arboricultural industry for over a decade.

We are fully insured tree surgeons and arborists based in Rugby and Northampton, working across the area and local villages on all aspect of tree work including:

  • tree cutting
  • tree trimming
  • tree felling
  • tree reducing
  • hedge reducing
  • hedge trimming and cutting
  • hedge laying
  • stump grinding

Timber Tech Tree Services are a local and well established company, that has undertaken a fast array of domestic and commercial arboricultural contracts over many years. we continue to provide an excellent unparalleled standard of tree and hedge care to our customers.

We are experienced and knowledgeable tree surgeons & arborists, whose aim is the protection and health of your trees which can potentially be worked upon by uneducated and also under qualified persons, causing irreparable damage.

Our knowledge and qualifications ensure that the best possible tree care can be provided.

We are climbers with a passion to preserve trees for generations to come

Contact us for a free consultation.








Certifications & Accreditations

We have numerous qualifications and accreditations, and all certificates can be presented on request.

  • Royal Forestry Society Certificate in Arboriculture.
  • CS30 Chainsaw Maintenance and Cross Cutting
  • CS31 Small Fell
  • CS38 Tree Climbing and Arial Rescue
  • CS39 Chainsaw use in the Canopy
  • CS41 Undertake Section Felling (Rigging)
  • CSCS Building Site Supervisor in Arboriculture


  • IPAF (Mobile Elevated Work Platform use.) For Dangerous tree removal
  • First Aid at Work Qualified
  • PA 1: Theory and Legislation of Pesticide use
  • PA6: Application and Calibration of Pesticide Assessment
  • Chapter 8: Road Signing, Lighting and Guarding to ensure safe workings when operating in roads or pedestrian areas.


Climbers with a passion to preserve trees for generations to come”