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Westway Nissan Commercial Site Clearance

Tree Removal Manchester

  We we’re contacted by this branch of Nissan, in Manchester, and asked to quote for some commercial site clearance in order to tidy the dealership up and make more space for customer parking. There had been a particular issue, where in bad weather, the notoriously flexible and heavy Willow Trees had been either flexing to… Read more »

Tree Removal Helps Sale Resident Get Back to Normal

When we talk about tree removal, we are usually referring to the location of the tree, rather than its species. But one Sale resident was left in need of tree removal in every sense of the word, after a massive Manchester black poplar fell on to her entire garden. The Messenger reports Louise Goss arrived… Read more »

Tree Surgeons may Have Saved Chorlton Couple’s Distress

Tree surgeons are always available to inspect ageing trees, and to safely fell any that are in danger of simply blowing over in the next strong wind. And that’s just what happened to one couple in Chorlton, when a 14-metre sycamore fell on Derwent Avenue, coming to rest leaning against their front door. The pair… Read more »

Enquire Now About Firewood Supplies

With summer on its way, you might not be too worried about your firewood supplies, but it’s worth putting some thought in now so you have plenty of logs when the end of the season arrives. At Sunnybank Forestry, we aim to have plenty of logs for sale when Manchester’s weather turns – as it… Read more »

A Summer Of Forestry, Hedge Trimming and Snow Clearing?

The start of June marks the official beginning of meteorological summertime, and the Met Office’s seasonal trivia reveals why hedge trimming and forestry will be keeping tree surgeons busy – and why snow clearing isn’t actually out of the question either. Forestry is likely to be the main occupation for tree surgeons this month and… Read more »

Perfect 10s for Our Tree Felling in Manchester & Sale

We’re rightfully proud of our Checkatrade page, which gives you an overall rating of how satisfied our past customers have been with our tree felling in Manchester and the surrounding areas. Our scores on each individual category are consistently well over nine out of ten, but of course we strive for perfection wherever possible. So… Read more »

Estonia Wins ‘Eurovision of Trees’

While this weekend will see music-lovers throughout Europe tune in for the Eurovision Song Contest grand final, a few weeks ago it was an event dubbed the ‘Eurovision of Trees’ that had tree surgeons captivated. Just like Eurovision, the European Tree of the Year contest attracted entries from across the continent, including Spain, France, Italy,… Read more »

School Grounds Maintenance can Help Create Learning Opportunities

It is often preferable to carry out school grounds maintenance during the holidays, to prevent disruption to the school’s use of playing fields for instance, or to reduce any possible safety risks to passers-by. But there are good reasons to carry out school grounds maintenance during term time too, and these can in some cases… Read more »

Tree Surgeons Prepare for Manchester’s Unsettled Weekend

Strong winds – especially gusty ones – always catch people off guard, but with the help of our tree surgeons, households can be prepared for the coming days and weeks. It’s a particularly risky time, as the Met Office have announced April was the sunniest on record, breaking the previous record set in 1942. May… Read more »

Hedge Trimming will get Trafford Centre Tramming

More careful tree felling, hedge trimming and general site clearance is likely to be needed at Manchester’s Trafford Centre, following the news that the city council has approved £300 million in spending on extensions to the Metrolink tram service. A new junction at Pomona will see trams run along the south side of Salford Quays,… Read more »

Move Quickly on Snow Clearing

Manchester made BBC Breaking News headlines this week with the temporary suspension of flights from Manchester Airport amid a flurry of wintry weather – signalling that the city and its surroundings are finally in need of snow clearing services. We have been watching the forecasts carefully since before Christmas, but until now the north-west has… Read more »

How Tree Surgeons can Help Protect School Crossings

In the current period of austerity, councils are being asked to make extensive savings – and Manchester is no different. During a meeting on December 16th, Manchester City Council’s Young People and Children Scrutiny Committee discussed the possible ways to save a quarter of a million pounds on school crossing patrols. The widespread cutbacks would… Read more »