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Branching Out - Tree Work & Hedge Cutting

Oxfordshire

‘19 Certificate of Excellence

WHO ARE WE: A professional small business that only offers the following service to private households * All aspects or tree work and hedge cutting * Stump grinding WHY USE US: * You can trust, whether its more doing a smaller job for you or a team of arborists, we are all trained & experienced . * I love trees and therefore will care about the trees in your garden which means what i suggest will be with the best interests of your trees at heart * I’m keen to improve your garden, bring you more light, space and healthy trees to your garden. *. I dont sell our service on price but value for money and am not vat registered so may well save you money.

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What do you love most about your job?

I love nature, being outdoors, doing something very tangible that wil help other people and of cours, being paid a wage. I am very privileged to get paid for something I love doing. Trees are amazing and need looking after 👍🌳

What inspired you to start your own business?

It all started about 20 years ago doing a gardening round for old folk and wasnt until 14 years ago when we had our 1st daughter, that I decided to retrain, getting tickets as well as going to Northampton every Monday evening to obtain my theory qualifications, which my interest have continued ever since.

Being self employed is a constant joy and a challenge, but my Business and Marketing HND from UWE put me in good stead.

I love the freedom and flexibilty it gives me for a great quality of life and saves me going tomthd gym. I’ve worked with and for, some lovely people 👍🌳

Why should our clients choose you?

Well theres a question. In all honesty im a great believer that “people buy people”. Im only geared up really for domestic work and love working with folk to bring more light and space to their gardens as well as making their trees more healthy.

So the the rest is down to you, i can only be who i am....👍🌳

Can you provide your services online or remotely? If so, please add details.

We cant really do this, other than, we can quote remotely, if pictures or videos are sent across

What changes have you made to keep your customers safe from Covid-19?

We”ve been lucky as we work outside, although have been affected by a big loss in revenue, thankfully the government has been hellpful through this time.

When I quote, I’ll offer a card but explain that I understand if you dont take one at this time. I’ll wear a mask if I fee I need to or are requested to and will always keep social distncing.

Onsite, the team will arrive in seprate vehicles and try to maintain distancing through the day, there shouldn’t be a need to come into the house but may come into the loo 👍🌳

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Large trees can cause problems if they grow too close to a house or building. Ideally, a large tree should stand at least 20 feet away from a building. If a tree is growing too close to a building, it can cause dampness within the walls and the roots may damage foundations, compromising the structural integrity of the house. Trees which stand close to a building may need to be removed so it’s best to consult a tree surgeon to find out your options.

You can choose to remove a tree at any time of year, but if you want to limit the impact on wildlife, it’s best to cut down or remove your tree in winter when wildlife is less active. You may also find that tree removal is cheapest in the winter as demand for tree removal is lower at this time of year.

Many people choose to remove trees simply because they want extra space in their garden or the tree doesn’t fit with their garden theme. However, there are a few other instances where it may be advised to remove a tree from your property. This includes if the tree has an illness or a fungus growth, if the tree is infested with pests, or if the tree is causing problems by growing too close to your property.

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