Another week and another huge tree to take down. This 100 foot plus Lucombe Oak was at least 300 years old and was at risk of collapse. We reduced the tree to retain a habitat stick for potential bat roosts and the other habitat features. Great location and great weather for November. At Ugbrooke House & Gardens in Chudleigh, Newton Abbot, Devon.
We received the following feedback from Mr B, a customer in Exeter yesterday after we carried out some works dismantling two large Pine trees in his garden in April 2017:
“What a fantastic service. Matt and his team were absolutely great, very respectful and courteous and within 5 hours, two 20 metre pine trees were gone without a trace. Matt arrived on time and with some remarkable heavy duty machinery but not a mark was left on the lawn or surrounding garden. Fantastic. I would have absolutely no doubt in recommending Matt again and will be definitely using East Devon Tree Care in the future! Thank you.”
Can you spot the climber in this giant Sycamore? At 35m (110ft) its the biggest Sycamore we have seen. It took 2 climbers 2 days to reduce and thin the tree by 30%. To make life harder its growing on a 1000 year old wall which is a scheduled ancient monument. The tree is within the grounds of Killerton House owned by The National Trust.
“I was very impressed with the work carried out. The whole team were professional and efficient and left the site in an excellent state. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend East Devon Tree Care.”