The FAQ section is under construction.
Do you charge to look at our trees?
Can you give me an estimate over the phone/email?
Will you get rid of the waste?
Do you cut hedges?
Are you insured?
Are you properly qualified?
Do we need to get permission from the council to cut our trees down?
How much woodfuel do I need?
How much does woodchip cost?
When do I need to think about ordering woodchip?
How should woodchip be stored?
Why is moisture content critical?
Is woodchip size important?
Is woodfuel clean?
Why is wood a carbon neutral fuel?
Woodland in the UK is a renewable resource and therefore as trees are felled new trees are planted or re-grow as coppice. During the process of photosynthesis carbon is stored in the growing tree and the woodland soil. In the UK woodlands are managed in line with the UK Forest Standards and all felling is controlled by the Forestry Commission. The standards ensure that woodland is managed sustainably and to the best environmental standards.