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AP Trees Kent Ltd
Tree care specialist operating in the South East of England.
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AP Trees Kent Ltd Mar 18
1 of today’s job reducing this mixed species hedge. Now at a much more manageable height to be easily maintained. Client is really happy with the results.
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AP Trees Kent Ltd Mar 14
Clearing storm damaged trees today. Rescheduled the diary to fit these Hornbeams that failed in the recent winds. The trees all had basal defects which obviously lead to them failing. How…
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AP Trees Kent Ltd Mar 13
1 of 3 jobs today. It’s nice to do a few small jobs together. Finished the day by doing 6 quotes aswell. @ Cliffe, Medway, United Kingdom
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AP Trees Kent Ltd Mar 9
Had a call to rescue a kitten from a tree which has been up there since 8:30am. Headed round there, climbed the tree equipped with a bag to bring the cat down in and got within 6 feet of…
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AP Trees Kent Ltd Mar 9
Quick Birch removal this morning in Sidcup. Waste had to be removed through 3 neighboring properties. Unfortunately found a piece of metal in the main stem with the MS461. Interesting cow…
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AP Trees Kent Ltd Mar 7
Contract work carrying out a reduction on this mature Blue Atlas Cedar. The tree had been previously reduced, I’m guessing a few years ago. Not it’s natural form however turned out really…
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AP Trees Kent Ltd Mar 7
Removal of a Cherry and a Lime tree today in Gravesend. Could have done without the winds today but all safely removed. Does anyone know the tree in the last photo. Only the 2nd one I’ve…
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AP Trees Kent Ltd Mar 6
This mornings work in Chatham. Removing this storm damaged Prunus, dismantling a Lawson Cypress and reducing another Lawson Cypress. A good effort from the team as what you can’t see in…
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AP Trees Kent Ltd Mar 5
New sign writing on one of the vehicles and the chipper. The other vehicles will be done in due course. So happy with the result.
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AP Trees Kent Ltd Feb 20
More stumps this morning before a nice small reduction in the afternoon. The stumps always look smaller in the photos. Another productive day.
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AP Trees Kent Ltd Feb 17
Cleared this storm damaged Sycamore yesterday morning. The tree had a basal defect which had gone un-noticed due to the large amounts of ivy, which caused it to fail in the recent winds.…
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AP Trees Kent Ltd Feb 14
A large Sycamore stump removal today in Sittingbourne. This was a very taxing grind for the FSi B22. However all ground out and excess cleared in 3.5 hours. Altogether had to grind an…
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AP Trees Kent Ltd Feb 7
New tool. Who doesn’t like new things? The new Silky Gunfighter ll.
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AP Trees Kent Ltd Feb 7
Conifer removal including the stump. Weather certainly improved. Not a great deal of working room on this one and pretty narrow access for removing the waste. All safely removed. The…
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AP Trees Kent Ltd Feb 4
Photos from this mornings large stump removal. Take a look at the time lapse video we uploaded earlier. @ Wilmington, Kent
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AP Trees Kent Ltd Feb 4
Time lapse footage of a large twin stemmed Sweet Chestnut stump removal. A total of 1.5 hours grinding compressed into 1 minute.
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AP Trees Kent Ltd Feb 4
Time lapse footage of a large twin stemmed Sweet Chestnut stump removal. A total of 1.5 hours grinding compressed into 1 minute.
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AP Trees Kent Ltd Feb 1
Carrying out tree work in today’s weather is really not ideal. However we had this Walnut removal booked in. Take a look at how tight the access was to the rear of the property.
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AP Trees Kent Ltd Jan 31
Dangerous tree removal this afternoon. Originally was called to quote to prune back from the property but upon inspection I came across this defect at the base of the tree hidden behind…
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AP Trees Kent Ltd Jan 31
A quick little shape for these garden trees. Been left to get out of hand but they are now at a manageable height for the homeowner to manage. All waste had to be removed via the property…
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