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Tree Care services and Maintenance

Tree Planting

We undertake planting in varying sizes, from saplings to more established trees. We produce our own mulch which we use around the base of each planted tree. If trees require staking we have use of diggers. 
We are able to undertake watering contracts (commercial service only)

Tree Removal

Most commonly trees are removed due to disease, having come to the end of their life or due to decaying branches. Ash die back is the most common current disease, although others such as Dutch Elm disease can cause a tree to die.

Removal of a tree should primarily be for reasons of safety.

Tree Pruning

This encourages trees young trees to grow upwards rather than outwards once established. Where a tree is already well established, we would generally only prune fruit trees and shrubs. This shaping and thinning improves air flow and prevents disease.

Habitat Creation

These are generally created in wooded areas where trees have been taken out to reduce competition or for reasons detailed above. Either a 'dead hedge’ is made, or timber is stacked in a neat pile so that it’s ready for insects.

(Crown) Reductions or Thinning

Crown reductions are undertaken on more established trees to reduce the canopy. We can also lift the lower branches or reduce the tree all the way around. If we recommended thinning, this would involve removing branches from the middle where it’s quite dense (for example on a sycamore) so the tree can breathe better.

Site Clearances

For house building or in overgrown gardens. 

We mainly use our own logs from our jobs to produce firewood, but we do also work with, or buy from, other forestry firms. All wood is from trees grown in this country. Logs are sold in dumpy bags at £75 per bag.

To order Logs online please

click here.

Stump Removals

Most commonly we use a stump grinder to take the stump to ground level, but we do offer the option to poison stumps using eco plugs.

Hedge Laying

This is the process of making or maintaining a hedge by cutting and weaving branches. We lay in the Berkeley style (this doesn’t use stakes) - making a thick, stock-proof boundary with the hedge which is laid at 1m high and 1m wide.

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