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Quercus Trädvård

Trädfällning Stockholm

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Quercus Tree Care är ett modernt företag baserat på många års erfarenhet av trädförvaltning i Uppsala och Stockholm, som arbetar i distrikt
Täby, Solna, Bromma, Kista och andra. Vårt huvudsyfte är att tillhandahålla högkvalitativa tjänster. Våra arborister arbetar med de högsta säkerhetsstandarderna, använder den senaste utrustningen och har kunskaper för att hantera alla typer av träbearbetning. Vi arbetar främst i Storstockholm, Uppsala och Norrtälje. Uppsala aboriginer arbetar professionellt och noggrant under trädvård.

Företaget grundades av en certifierad europeisk uppfödare Jarosław Szymański. Hon är anställd i tredje generationens träd med många års erfarenhet och kunskap.

Vänligen kontakta oss - Trädklättrare Stockholm.

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9 minutes ago, Mark Bolam said:

Say what?

...some work, mate, Upsallah to Stockholm. Certificates required...Sweden, if I am not mistaken ;) K

Edited by Khriss
Round t'M25 off at Dover n make sure you turn left...

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Quercus Tree Care is a modern company based on many years of experience in tree management in Uppsala and Stockholm, who work in district
Täby, Solna, Bromma, Kista and others. Our main purpose is to provide high quality services. Our arborists work with the highest safety standards, use the latest equipment and have the skills to handle all types of woodworking. We mainly work in Greater Stockholm, Uppsala and Norrtälje. Uppsala aborigines work professionally and carefully during tree care.

The company was founded by a certified European breeder Jarosław Szymański. She is employed in third generation trees with many years of experience and knowledge.

Please contact us - Tree climber Stockholm.

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Good for the aborigines! Too long they’ve had a reputation as kangaroo fondling pissheads.

 

Now they’re getting their heads down in Sweden, more power to them!

 

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14 minutes ago, Chessa said:

Yes to this bit.

 

But...the bit I've left out should surely be left out. Historically, one of the most misunderstood societies of people, who were entwined then severed from Nature.

I’ve seen Crocodile Dundee 1&2 

(not the third, that would be madness) so I’m well versed on the subject.

Edited by Mick Dempsey

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