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Old Mill Tree Care

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About Old Mill Tree Care

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  • Location:
    Horley, Surrey.
  • Occupation
    Arborist

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  1. Old Mill Tree Care

    Easy access Oak available.

    Sorry chaps. Yes Nepia is right, Edenbridge in Kent.
  2. Old Mill Tree Care

    Easy access Oak available.

    Hopefully this can go to a good home: Access is good for any size vehicle. I haven’t measured it but truck is about 3.5-4ft diameter and 17ft tall. Plenty of thick straight stems and limbs above. I’ll be dismantling the tree in January or February and it’s ripe timber for milling or carving. If you’re interested PM, email or call me and I’ll send you some photos. Thanks Al 07834 414271 oldmilltreecare@aol.com
  3. Old Mill Tree Care

    Oak in Edenbridge, Kent.

    I’m dismantling a large Oak tree in January or February and it’s ripe timber for milling or carving. Access is good for any size vehicle. I haven’t measured it but truck is about 3.5-4ft diameter and 17ft tall. Plenty of thick straight stems and limbs above. If you’re interested PM, email or call me and I’ll send you some photos. Thanks Al 07834 414271 oldmilltreecare@aol.com
  4. Old Mill Tree Care

    Army to Arborist!?

    If you were finishing your course now and likes near me I’d give you a job tomorrow. IME (most) military people make very good Arb people. It’s the obvious work ethic and discipline along with the ability to keep the eyes/ears open and mouth shut in order to absorb information quickly. Sure you’ll do as well as you want to. [emoji1360][emoji1360]
  5. Old Mill Tree Care

    the 'todays job' thread

    No I know that mate. It was a joke. Sorry.
  6. Old Mill Tree Care

    Installation advice, Sena 10R (low profile one), Protos helmet

    As above but make sure that the holes you make in the ear muffs are deep enough otherwise you’ll cut the wire when you put the ear cushions back in place. Like I didn’t, honest.
  7. Old Mill Tree Care

    Chainsaw helmet

    Protos by Pfanner.
  8. Old Mill Tree Care

    Who does splicing?

    I have a bit of Sirius that I want to get spliced onto a DMM Captain Hook. Can anyone do this?
  9. Old Mill Tree Care

    Groundie & Climber vacancies SE

    Hi sdullee I’m still waiting for your call. Thanks Al 07834414271
  10. Old Mill Tree Care

    Groundie & Climber vacancies SE

    Is there really no one looking for a job, anywhere at all is it just in the South East?
  11. Old Mill Tree Care

    Stihl & grease nipples!

    Yes it is because it gets left in long grass instead of put away in the correct place so the real cost is a spanner nearly every day. [emoji23][emoji23][emoji23][emoji12][emoji12][emoji12][emoji12]
  12. Old Mill Tree Care

    Stihl & grease nipples!

    That’s what I’d do if I had the kit to do it. Or the time. Or the patience. Or the talent[emoji23]
  13. Old Mill Tree Care

    Neck tether

    And you have at least as much chance of getting hung up whilst descending and a branch goes up the back of you helmet. Buckle won’t open due to the pressure and you can’t ascend because you’re in a tight spot. Let’s face it, every aspect of everything we do creates some risk and presents a hazard [emoji849][emoji12]
  14. Old Mill Tree Care

    Stihl & grease nipples!

    Thanks mate.
  15. Old Mill Tree Care

    Stihl & grease nipples!

    Thanks Bob Yes it does appear to be an 11mm as I bought a 10, then a 12! [emoji849].

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