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Anyone like to quote on felling a hawthorn in Warwick area?

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Hi all

 

I’ve been a member on here for years and have done some felling in the past.

 

However, there’s a mature hawthorn in my back garden that’s a nice enough tree - but is sadly damaging the fence between me and next door, also is in the way of where I want to build a workshop. So it is going to have to go.

 

I reckon the adage about old pilots and bold pilots, but not both, probably also applies to amateur arborists! I think I know my limits and this one is probably beyond me.

 

The tree has a lean (towards next door’s garden, although not over anything that will be harmed by dropping chogs) and thankfully, if anything batters the aforementioned fence to death on the way down, it’ll probably be doing me a favour.

 

All waste can stay on site provided it’s lobbed into my garden. One pic is below, more photos can be provided if that will help people form an opinion. I reckon it’s about 300mm DBH but can measure as well if that’d help.

 

Cheers

 

 

 

Will

 

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