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Tree chipped and removed

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Jut bought property with medium fir tree to front. Retired Arborist with enough kit to drop to ground level but no access to chipper, tipper or local contacts.

Anyone in Llandeilo area able to chip and remove waste?

Can send pics. Costs, dates available?

Andy

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You could squeeze another few square meters of lawn in instead of that tree. Knock them both down to really finish the look. 

 

Feck it, try and nail a bit of lawn onto that wall too. 

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1 hour ago, peds said:

You could squeeze another few square meters of lawn in instead of that tree. Knock them both down to really finish the look. 

 

Feck it, try and nail a bit of lawn onto that wall too. 

I know what you're saying but you can't blame him, who wants a leylandii(?) Like that in their garden anyway. The maple(?) Would look a lot better with that gone!

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9 hours ago, Paddy1000111 said:

I know what you're saying but you can't blame him, who wants a leylandii(?) Like that in their garden anyway. The maple(?) Would look a lot better with that gone!

Maple staying. Leylandi too close to services.

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I'd say, get someone in to do the lot. I can't see my price would be any different.  What are we talking about, an extra 20 seconds work. Plus, you won't have it lying there whilst numerous companies let you down

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33 minutes ago, Taffyscouser said:

Maple staying. Leylandi too close to services.

Give that a prune too before it gets away. Just right at the mo. K

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Habitat pile brash stack dead hegde along the back of wall  as the garden looks  a  desert for wildlife.

 

 

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19 minutes ago, Stere said:

Habitat pile brash stack dead hegde along the back of wall  as the garden looks  a  desert for wildlife.

 

 

More like it😉pity abt the  services in place, good day with mini digger would get you a cracking  sett in there. K

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Could just mash it up well with a chainsaw and put it in a small skip .someone might also want the logs if cut to size .to save on stump grinding just cut it level to ground level and put a half barrel planter over the top 

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