September 10, 2016

Last week we were in St Neots, reducing two large Ash trees and felling a large Eucalyptus tree. One of the trees was situated a few metres from the customer's house, so the majority of the tree had to be lowered down in a controlled manor to avoid damaging their property. The tree was dismantled and removed within a single day.

I am pleased to say that we acquired this work, after being recommende...

September 6, 2016

This week we were in Boxworth in Cambridgeshire, felling Ash trees with the notorious Ash Dieback. Ash Dieback is a disease of Ash trees caused by a fungus called Hymenoscyphus fraxineus.. If you suspect that your Ash tree may have signs of the disease, a professional should be called to your home where he can confirm that this is the case. Unfortunately, once a tree is infected with this disease,...

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