Cliff Edge Clearing in Torquay

By | Torquay

Clearing a cliff face at the back of several residential properties.
All vegetation including trees and bushes were cut back leaving the cliff looking tidier, safer and letting more light into the gardens and houses below.

We also cleared to the top line of tree’s which were precariously near the cliff edge. Do you have a similar problem with trees? If so, contact us here before it gets worse!

Torquay – An Imperial Difference

By | Pollarding & Pruning, Torquay

Creating a landscape for success another busy day trimming back branches overhanging the road at the Imperial Hotel in Torquay, a Victorian hotel established in 1866. As leaves fall from the trees each autumn, branches formerly shrouded in a canopy of dense foliage reveal themselves once again.

Limbs of trees are pruned and trimmed for any number of reasons. In this case, they were overhanging streets and making walking on the pavement difficult for passersby. Other reasons include dead or diseased branches, or they’re crossing or rubbing another limb, they’re growing inward or competing with another branch and one needs to go. Another reason for limb removal may be to raise or open the canopy, either to provide more vertical clearance or allow more light to reach the ground.

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