March 5, 2017
The wind had ruined the old bamboo fence and look of this beautiful Chester based garden. And the customers were no longer able to enjoy the privacy of their own garden.
New tanalised wooden fencing gave security and privacy and will withstand weathering and wind for years to come
This large Oak Tree was blocking the afternoon sun from the customers garden so in essence was reducing the time they spent sat enjoying their garden.
Once it had been verified that the Oak tree was not subject to a Tree Preservation Order we began taking it down in stages. Firstly removing large branches in sections followed by reducing the the rest of the trunk.
Ropes were tied around each section to guide the fall of the branches to ensure no damage to the surrounding outhouses and fencing was caused and all waste was chipped on site and removed.
This type of work requires considerable care and expertise and as a qualified and experienced tree surgeon myself and my team always comply to standards of safe working practice not only in the way we work but also in the maintenance of all the equipment we use.
Landscaping job. Cheshire.
We really enjoyed doing this job we had fun with the layout and managed to incorporate a lot into a small space yet create an open space for entertaining, which the customer wanted.
We managed to keep the old circle stone work and incorporate a new patio and added a new pond with decking over it, a few small boarders and low level lighting created a low maintenance yet spacious garden.
Against all the weather elements thrown at us (rain, snow, wind and sleet) we completed this job in one week, as quoted.
Customer was extremely satisfied with results and felt much safer in their garden as the old fence was falling apart, leaning on the shrubbery and backed onto an unofficial path way.
Completed a 36 meter long and 2 meter high fence.
We used 3 meter high, 100mm x 100mm tanalised posts, 38mm x 88mm x 3.6 meter long tanalised rails. Attached 22mm x 150mm x 2 meter high tanalised panels.
March 2, 2017
Even the smallest of yards can be transformed with a few pots and brightly coloured flowers