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calling all arborists in the west midlands area

During this trying time the demand for power still exists. Our advert below at present remains current. Our dedicated drivers and sites continue to produce and deliver our quality products to clients, taking all practical precautions having minimal contact with all supply yard staff and appropriate PPE. Personnel visiting our sites please observe the cleansing and distancing routine. I realise that most of you will now be keeping safe and that is the upmost priority for all concerned. I would ju
 

Stihl ht131

I am looking for a parts diagram for the stihl ht131. I bent the lower drive shaft. I also would like a diagram that shows how to disassemble and reassemble. Is the lower shaft two pieces?

Clydesteve

Clydesteve

 

Calling all arborists and tree surgeons

During this trying time the demand for power still exists. Our advert below at present remains current. Our dedicated drivers and sites continue to produce and deliver our quality products to clients, taking all practical precautions having minimal contact with all supply yard staff and appropriate PPE. Personnel visiting our sites please observe the cleansing and distancing routine. I realise that most of you will now be keeping safe and that is the upmost priority for all concerned. I would ju

JACK MOODY GROUP

JACK MOODY GROUP

 

calling all arborists in the west midlands area and beyond. A bit more information

During this trying time the demand for power still exists. Our advert below at present remains current. Our dedicated drivers and sites continue to produce and deliver our quality products to clients, taking all practical precautions having minimal contact with all supply yard staff and appropriate PPE. Personnel visiting our sites please observe the cleansing and distancing routine. I realise that most of you will now be keeping safe and that is the upmost priority for all concerned. I would ju

JACK MOODY GROUP

JACK MOODY GROUP

 

A little help for a beginner please!

Hello all!   As you'd probably already guessed it I am completely new to this, but boy am I glad I have found this forum as it's content is brilliant and all of your comments are very useful (not like some other forums out there, non arb related where people are slagging off one another)!   If I could grab a bit of advice from someone please on how you found it best starting out in the arb world that would ne great!    Once this COVID thing blows over enough i can a

Mitch Reeves

Mitch Reeves

 

Looking for work

My name is Thomas Niestroj and I'm looking for work as the current company is going into liquidation and is also in the process of being folded.I have a Level 3 in Forestry and Arboriculture that I studied at Reaseheath College, I also have gained a UA1 in utility Arb and also a CS33 Chainsaw and cross cutting but looking to do more courses such as my climbing and felling tickets. I can send you my CV in a email because it won't allow me to put it on here. And I'm based around Chester and Ellesm

Thomas Niestroj

Thomas Niestroj

 

Looking for a job

My name is Thomas Niestroj and I'm looking for work as the current company is going into liquidation and is also in the process of being folded.I have a Level 3 in Forestry and Arboriculture that I studied at Reaseheath College, I also have gained a UA1 in utility Arb and also a CS33 Chainsaw and cross cutting but looking to do more courses such as my climbing and felling tickets. I can send you my CV in a email because it won't allow me to put it on here.

Thomas Niestroj

Thomas Niestroj

Hornbeam Tree - (Carpinus betulus)

Hornbeam Tree - (Carpinus betulus)

The Hornbeam Tree (Carpinus betulus), is a tough a tree as any. It is both beautiful and useful with leaf cover all year round, making it a haven for a lot of wildlife through the winter months.   The Hornbeam is also known as the common hornbeam or European hornbeam and it is a native species from the Betulaceae family. When hornbeam trees reach maturity, they can be as high as 30 metres. They can also live for over 300 years.   What do Hornbeam Trees Look Like? Th

PeterGG

PeterGG

 

Wood processing

Hi Guys  newbie to this site, I’m looking into starting a wood processing unit for fire wood logs and I’ve heard that you need planning consent to do this even on a farm, but I can’t find any confirmation of this on the web, I’m in Ashford Kent, anyone know the legalities of this. I was only going to do it at weekends and evenings to start and see how things went before I gave up my day job. your views would be appreciated. kind regards  Phil

Xbskandscaping

Xbskandscaping

 

Cordwood transport

Please can someone contact me asap with any transport options for transporting cordwood from Croydon Surrey to Tunbridge Wells.    

KCSF

KCSF

Husqvarna Chainsaws stolen from me

Husqvarna Chainsaws stolen from me

Hi everyone. In need of help! Had all my husqvarna chainsaw stolen this morning. if you see that look like this please let me know! I live in North East Scotland. Thanks Now genuinely offering £1000 reward for info leading to or the recovery of my saws and info on those involved in the theft

Dave@h

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Unbelievable fast response

Well how's this for service! Opened an account late yesterday for our conservation site in Lowestoft needing chippings. Got a call early this morning, and first load delivered at 9.00am, and more to follow daily. Thank you - Brilliant.

peteraldous117@yahoo.co.uk

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3 trees at new house

Hello I have recently bought  house with 3 trees on my boundary. Hopefully the shed will give you idea of size - do you think they need any work done on them at this stage - should I be concerned? thanks 

MrClean

MrClean

Self employed climber(s) required

Self employed climber(s) required

HI,    I run a advanced site up contracting business and am looking for subby gangs / regular climbers to work alongside us. We can help out new guys / girls with non arb certificates such as track side, CSCS, CPCS, but need the basics in place prior to working with us. we can also perhaps help a new business by hiring out kit on a discounted rate if you work with us. (machines at www.mrfplanthire.com)    if you are interested either give the office a call 01843 843447 or sen

Archiem

Archiem

 

Climber required

Climber required in the Birmingham/Solihull area around four too five days per week.the right candidate will drive and be competent in  climbing trees.good rates of pay.please contact me on 07932614295

Andrewc78

Andrewc78

 

calling all arborists in the west midlands area and beyond. A bit more information

To all,   During this trying time the demand for Biomass power still exists. Our advert below at present remains current. Our dedicated drivers and sites continue to produce and deliver our quality products to clients, taking all practical precautions having minimal contact with all supply yard staff and appropriate PPE. Personnel visiting our sites please observe the cleansing and distancing routine. I realise that most of you will now be keeping safe and that is the

JACK MOODY GROUP

JACK MOODY GROUP

 

Free wood chippings

Hi All,   I am working on shared garden project in Edinburgh. It is a tenement garden and I have had zero £ contribution.    I came across this site when googling free chippings, the shop bought is crazy expensive.    I was hoping there is a local tree surgeon that would be happy to off load some chippings or logs to cover an old area that's not suitable for planting?    Thanks in advance.    Darren 

darren.donaldson@me.com

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Hardwood Chips

Hi there, hope I'm in the right place.  I followed this link as I was interested in hardwood chips (not bark) for our hens and it stated that they were free. I live on the Shropshire/Welsh border, half an hour from Shrewsbury, Oswestry, Welshpool.  Can anyone advise? Many thanks, Howard  

Howard Moore

Howard Moore

 

Stihl saw TS 400

Afternoon guys hope I'm in the right place, sorry if I'm not,. I have a TS 400 had from new never had any problems with it till now, when I get it to start it sucks that much fuel into the carb it flood's and dies but continues to pull fuel into the carb and soaks filter, I'm at a loss with it,any ideas, I've changed all gaskets and diaframs, but still no good,been trying to sort for a while now, screaming inside ☹️? , please help!!

Tony shep

Tony shep

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