Full service list
Our service list is comprehensive and take pleasure in quoting for any job no matter how large or small. All our quotes are free of charge and site visits can be arranged at a time to suit the customer, daytime, evenings or weekends.
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• Hedge Trimming – Basically keeping a hedge maintained, trimming back the new growth in a certain technique to reshape it back to it’s original shape, It can sometimes help reduce unwanted shade. If done incorrectly can make the hedge unsightly to look at and in some cases can even kill it.
• Hedge Reduction – Reducing the hedges height by an agreed percentage which will help to allow more light into a garden whilst creating a straighter visual hedge line.
• Formative Pruning – This technique is to create a more desired form or shape to younger trees, this will help them to become better established as mature trees and will hopefully reduce them from any major physical weaknesses later on in life.
• Crown Reduction – Reducing the trees height and spread whilst maintaining its natural shape.
• Crown Lifting – Removal of lower branches of the tree to create a higher clearance from ground level which will provide better access around the tree and prevent any obstruction for vehicles on roads/highways.
• Crown Thinning – Selective removal of branches to reduce the density and weight of live branches, which creates more light penetration and better air movement through the crown.
• Felling – Removing the tree with a straight forward technique at the base of it, making sure there in enough space for the tree to be felled in a specific area without damaging any of its surroundings.
• Dismantling – A safe and controlled method to remove the tree in confined or difficult working areas, using different techniques and controlled lowering of sectional pieces of timber.
• Deadwooding – Removal of dead, diseased or dying limbs from the tree to reduce the risk of any injury to the public
• Pollarding – Cutting back the foliage to the trunk, so as to produce a dense mass of branches. It is sometimes done today for aesthetic purposes and/or to keep a beloved tree from outgrowing its allowed space. Pollarding is best suited on younger trees and then the process is repeated throughout the life of the tree. There are certain types of trees that are best suited to pollarding.
• Stump Removal – Once the tree has been removed to ground level there will be a stump left, not everyone wants it left in there garden as you may want to re-turf or re-plant over the top of the area and the only way to achieve this would be the use of a mechanical machine, either a stump grinder or digger.
• Both domestic and commercial contractors.
• Experienced in Site Clearance and Woodland management.
• Providing a friendly and professional service.
• All timber/debris removed and 100% recycled.