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IMG_20200313_1549109rs.thumb.jpg.de565de349a744886b65b5b5fc2c99e0.jpg Bit of a roadside safety job today. Storm damaged & precariously delaminated codominant 40 footer. Swifty in & out...


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1 hour ago, Stere said:

Like the guy legging it @ 2.56 🙂


Whats going on the site?

Yeah, that one drifted a bit with the weight/wind!! Keeping him on his toes.


Customer is renovating the existing bungalow, extension into back garden where those trees where and landscaping the garden. Garden faces directly south. Removal of the trees made a massive difference to their light and space.

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Pretty moderate reduction on an Oak in Woodbridge today from one of my newer guys. I’m pretty proud of him.


*Photo Disclaimer* Theres wasn’t many places to stand to get the tree in frame.




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Finished building 33 of these today started about a month ago, but when on water meadows weather has not been ideal. But when you are told not to start till January and finish by end of March.



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