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Felling a dead Acacia in Timperley, Manchester

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This large dead Acacia was posing a serious hazard to users of a car park behind that some large branches were overhanging. There was just room in the garden next door for the tree to be felled. The tree was leaning against the felling direction so some careful planning was needed.


Alderwood Tree Care | Manchester tree surgeon, felling, removal & pruning






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Yeah, the wall was crumbling from the trunk and roots pushing it over so we thought it best to just remove all the loose stuff and hope it didn't pull the rest of the wall down. Fotunately it worked pretty well.

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yeah the customer got us to cut all the wood up and stack it in her garage for her wood burner. Would have liked some myself. I'll let you know if I get any nice wood in. What sort of stuff do you do with it? I've got an Alaskan Mill which I'm hopefully going to start using this winter if it quietens off and I've got on top of everything else. Probably make some rudimentary furniture.

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