Hedge trimming. This means cutting a hedge with no more than one or two years growth on it. Depending on the hedge it might be worth doing it up to 4 times a year.
Hedge reshaping. We do this when a hedge has been left to grow for a longer period. It often means cutting it back quite hard which can leave a hedge looking bare for a few seasons but it can be worth doing to get a hedge back under control.
High and Unusual hedges. If you have a particularly high hedge we have a portable scaffold tower which we can use to get to the very top. It also allows us to work on unusually shaped hedges and still get a good finish.
Firstly, may I say a Big “Thank You” to you and your team for a job well done. Not only for the main job of doing the trees, but for clearing up the debris afterwards. I went down to start the cleanup process myself, and was literally ‘Stunned’ at what I saw. You would not have know I had ever had any tree works completed in the garden! Not only that, but you had also cleared the steps for me down to the beach, so again, thanks!
It’s unusual for me to supply recommendation for service providers but I was so impressed by the way you and Simon dealt with the large and unruly ash tree in the front garden here that I’m determined to make an exception in your case.
Not only did you provide an accurate estimate, which you kept to, and turn up at the time and day you said you would, but you carried out the work efficiently and cheerfully with great skill and seemingly boundless stamina. I am more than happy to recommend Woodgate’s Trees services. However, I have to warn prospective customers that they will need a good supply of coffee and an efficient kettle!
Phillip and Simon turned up when they said they would and they did what they said they would do. Very pleased.