When things get damaged it can not only be upsetting at what has been done, but how it can be replaced, especially when it comes to trees and hedging. However there is a solution and whatever damaged has occurred, there is a solution to replace your existing mature garden, back to the way it was. Here are a few case studies to show how we have taken damaged garden and put them back to their former glory!
Replacement damaged hedge What was the problem? A neighbouring farm building behind a large conifer hedge caught fire and severely damaged the garden hedge by burning the top and side out. What was the solution? Feeling the existing fire damaged hedge, removal of stumps, clearing old wire stock fencing and replacing the hedge to the customers desired height andRead Case Study
Recreating a natural hedge What was the problem? An overturned lorry took out a natural hedge line, which left the garden exposed to the road and wondering how to recreate a mixed hedge, which has developed over time from all sorts of hedging plants. What was the solution? Clearing the remained of the hedge which was left from theRead Case Study
Filling the gap in the hedge What was the problem? In the middle of the night, a drunk driver drove through a mature holly hedge damaging part of the hedge to an extent that it had to be replaced to match into the existing 2m high hedge. What was the solution? Remove the existing damagedRead Case Study
Replacing a mature hedge What was the problem? A mature front garden in a rural village was destroyed by an upturned tractor and trailer, resulting in the existing mature privet hedge half destroyed, along with a range of specimen trees and mature shrubs. What was the solution? The site would be cleared and all previousRead Case Study