Inspecting a hollow old Oak pollard on Marley Road, Exmouth. This tree was reported to DCC due to reports of being hollow and potentially dangerous. Trees aren’t dangerous just because they are hollow. These old trees can be just as strong, or stronger than trees without hollow stems. The cavities and decaying wood provides vital habitat for a wide range of rare species. #ancienttrees #vetcert #arboriculture #consultancy
We received the following review from Mrs R, a customer in Whimple for the removal of a large Monterey Cypress tree last week. We dismantled the tree to leave a standing deadwood habitat stump and submitted a planning application to the local authority for the works on behalf on Mrs R:
“Very pleased with the removal of a very large tree. Very professional and tidy. Highly recommend.”
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We received the following feedback from Mr L, a customer from Lyme Regis this week:
“The team arrived as scheduled to do the work. Made a great job, of the hedge reduction, the removal of a dead cornus and the reduction of the mulberry tree as agreed in the quotation. The guys cleaned up brilliantly afterwards and the invoice reflected the quote exactly. I am a very happy customer and would recommend them to anyone.”