What we do and how we do it…
We provide tree management services for several major private schools, charitable trusts, businesses, celebrities and property management and letting agencies on a regular basis, not to mention the core of our business model which is serving the domestic client, providing high-quality tree and hedge care to a variety of sizes of property.
Please browse the pages below to see how we may be able to help you and if you can’t find what you’re looking for or just need some experienced advice, just drop us a line at email@example.com
The business operates 5 chippers ranging from 6″ to 9″ in capacity. We have recently purchased a tracked machine, designed to access restricted areas or difficult terrain.
Crown lifting is the process of removing the lower limbs of a tree forming the base of the crown to allow traffic, people or an object to pass underneath the tree.
Crown Reduction is the overall reduction in the height and spread of a tree’s crown by pruning back limbs to a growing point.
Crown thinning is the process of removing limbs and epicormic (sucker) growth throughout the crown to reduce the overall.
Tree Removal / Felling
Felling is the process of cutting through a trees’s trunk at the base in order for it to fall in a particular predetermined direction.
Logs & Kindling
We process all of the timber we take as part of the arboricultural and woodland work we carry out in to 20-25cm split logs for domestic fireplaces and wood burners.
We have been growing traditional Norway Spruce Christmas Trees here at Collins Farm for nearly 40 years. Click the tab below to learn more.
Sectional Removal is the process of removing a tree’s trunk in sections after complete limb removal
We have recently undertaken a project on private land to coppice a large area of Goat Willow (Salix Caprea), often known as Pussy Willow or Sallow.
When a tree has been removed and the area is required for replanting or incorporation back in to a lawn, border or raised bed, we are able to quickly and efficiently.
Woodland & field margin management can form a critical part of managing a farm or an estate and there is still government money available to help.