We were approached by a customer regarding a site clearance for a barn and service track to be built. After a site visit we agreed to take on the whole project, always like a challenge. After the site was marked out and all relevant permissions were in place, we got to work. First we cleared a few necessary trees to allow access, then installed a track about 80m long. Next we laid a concrete base for the barn to stand on which had to be perfect. Once this was all in place it was time to build the barn. We are really happy with the results, on time and well within budget!!
Last week we took on a large dismantle of a large black poplar tree which had serve decay at the base. After months of talks with the council we finally got started. The Sun came out for us too. The customer after sent us some great photos which we had to share
During the recent Snow Storm Willow Tree Volunteered To help The South Central Ambulance Services. Any Excuse to get out in the Trucks...
On the February 19th James from Willow Tree care and his Friend Naomi completed the 100 Mile Walk on the South Downs Walking fro Eastbourne to Winchester. It took 6 Days of hard walking carrying all his equipment with him. James Raised over £1700 for Southampton Hospital Charity smashing there original target of £500.
We have had a busy few weeks due to these storms, many trees have failed in the high winds.
Here is some photos of what we have been up too.
"James and Grant carried out a superb job in managing our wild and overgrown garden. From huge cypress tree culling to sensitive and careful pruning; safely and professionally to leave us with a tidy and manageable site for re-design. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them."
Rachel Spearing, Barrister. London/Hampshire.
The Threat of Chalara dieback of ash (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) is very much here and is shown amongst our beautiful landscape. I have found this article extremely interesting and help to identify the signs of this disease. https://www.forestry.gov.uk/ashdieback