What Are the Challenges with Hedge Laying?
You may have heard of challenges with hedge laying in Manchester but there is nothing we cannot handle. The most common challenges that come with hedge laying are ensuring the right hedge for your land, taking into account climate changes, acknowledging previous poor management and knowing the difference between the various diseases. With customers all over the area noticing changes in their own hedges, we have been able to put together hedge laying packages that take care of all fungus, insect infestation and damaged greenery.
Most hedge laying takes place in February through to March with the results showing in June in the form of regrowth and new shapes.
Since 1997 there has been specific legislation in place to stop the damaging and removal of hedges in certain areas. We take care of the proper documentation in all services so you don’t have to worry about your hedges. We also ensure that no hedge we lay exceeds the height limit of 2 metres high in public areas as Article 8 of the Anti-Social Behaviour Act in 2003 states that this is the limit height allowed.
Hedge Species Covered
Just like trees, all hedges come from various species that have different requirements and special needs to survive. Using traditional methods of coppicing, trimming and laying we are able to advise on the most suitable hedges for your land and also provide insight into how to care for your hedges once they are laid.
Providing an invaluable wildlife habitat and protecting your land from intrusion, hedges are more valuable than they are given credit for.
WHY CHOOSE US?
Utilizing our experience, many of our clients come from the Manchester area and have either previously used our services or have been recommended from others. With our commitment and expertise, we provide nothing but professional services and offer advice regarding domestic and commercial properties and their trees.
Just a note to say how please I was the the careful way Carl and Ian took the tree down, and how well they tidied up afterwards.Mrs MooreCheadle
We would like to say thank you for your assistance and also to the two young gentlemen who came and left leaving no mess, a very tidy job of workMrs LomaxHeaton Chapel
Many thanks for arranging for the same staff to prune my walnut and silver birch. As before, they did a wonderful job, and made sure that everything was tidied away.Mrs SimSale