Do you have a tree in your front or back garden that you need maintaining? Whether it is overgrown and needs a trim or whether it needs tearing up, we can help. We have fully skilled and insured workers who will ensure the safety of all customers before any tree surgery work gets undertaken. From trees to overgrown bushes, we can maintain and tidy up almost any type of vegetation.
We fully risk assess all jobs before we start work to ensure that nothing or no-one is damaged in the process of the removal/maintenance. These jobs tend to take a little more time as the tree in question tends to be more substantial than your average garden tree. We use all the latest tools to ensure efficiency and as little disruption as possible to your business.
Not only are we tree surgeons, but we can take care of your lawns too. From cutting to grass laying and everything inbetween. We also offer strimming services. These are available for customers who wish to keep their gardens looking neat and tidy around the edges. All work is done to high standards and we even take away the waste with us so you don’t have to.
Had some trees or shrubbery maintained or cut down? We can remove the waste! Whether you’ve had someone else in to cut down the shrubbery or hire us to do it, we will clear any leftover vegetation.
We know what it is like when the weather forecast is ‘high winds’, everyone has a handyman on speed dial! When fences come down, it is fairly straight forward to re-build them with little hassle or disturbance to the rest of your garden. However, it is slightly different if you are changing your whole fence, as you are probably aware, we will need to use the whole outside space to build and re-structure the fencing from scratch.
It is not a difficult task, but one that takes slightly more time than re-building a damaged panel. The panels we source for garden fences are of the highest quality and are the most durable on the market. If at all possible we want to ensure that your fencing stays up for as long as possible, althogh adverse weather conditions sometimes prevent this from happening.