Evergreen offer clients in the public, private, and commercial sector, an unparalleled arboriculture and forestry service
Evergreen have dedicated and highly skilled professional teams that can deal with all aspects of arboriculture and forestry works.
From the removal of large trees in confined spaces and small gardens; dead wooding; crown reduction; reshaping and balancing of trees, to: pollarding; felling, and sympathetic pruning of specimen trees – we provide an extensive and professional arboriculture service to both the private and commercial sectors.
Our services in this sector include:
• Tree felling
• Tree dismantling
• Crown lifts & reductions
• Crown lowering
• Dead wooding
• Problem & dangerous tree removal
• Hedge reduction and removal
• Hedge trimming
• Hedge laying
• Stump grinding & removal
• Root removal
• Site clearance
• Tree planting
• Tree & hedge pruning
• Emergency call out
• Responsible waste recycling
• Fruit tree works
In the case of new residential or commercial developments, pipeline lying, highways and other environmental schemes, sites often need to be completely cleared of trees, scrub areas and roots. Evergreen provides non-burn site clearance services where trees and associated materials are reduced to woodchips quickly and efficiently, and can be easily transported off site.
Evergreen all provide a residential site clearance services where complete gardens, woodlands etc, can be cleared back to a blank canvas
Effective and pro-active woodland management maximises the long-term potential of wooded areas, whilst encouraging proper tree planting, maintenance planning and sustainability. We help clients to prepare woodland management plans in line with strategic objectives - ensuring budgets and grants are properly allocated, legal restrictions are fully understood and appropriate tree selection and planting schemes are chosen.
Steps to managing woodland depend largely on a client's long-term plans. Our experience in providing these services allows us to break this process down into a number of key areas, which include:
• Establishing strategic objectives and determining woodland priorities
• Undertaking a thorough survey of current woodland condition and creating an inventory
• Highlighting any constraints, restrictions or risks
• Developing a woodland management plan and required activities
• Implementing the woodland management plan, including
o tree selection
o planting scheme design
o clear felling
o measuring cost and tax deductions
o wildlife habitat improvements
o periodic condition reviews
• Monitoring and measuring the woodland management plan on an ongoing basis
We work with private woodland owners, estate managers, local authorities and conservation groups to help plan and deliver relevant woodland management plans and activities.