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Tree Surgery and Landscaping services covering all parts of N Ireland. Tree removal,storm damage pruning ,stump removal cutting from rope and harness,branch removal from power lines. I am also a landscape gardener this includes garden design,paving fencing and decking and laying new lawns.I am fully insured and have over 20 years experience in landscaping and I am fully qualified in bricklaying and also hold all my NPTC qualifications in Tree Surgery.
- Tree Surgery
- Garden Maintenance
Branch removal from power lines
NPTC /LANTRA approved and Qualified Tree Surgeon
Level 2 Ground Based Chainsaw Operating
Level 2 Tree Felling
Level 2 Safe use of Manually Fed Woodchipper
Level 2 Chainsaw Maintenance
Level 2 Tree Climbing and Rescue
Level 3 Arial Cutting of trees with a chainsaw using free fall techniques
NPTC level 2 Brickwork Craft
NPTC level 3 Brickwork Advanced Craft
Public Liability InsuranceLimit of indemnity: £5,000,000.00
Valid until: 28th Oct 2021
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