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Our full range of Tree Surgery services.
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One of our aims is to provide the highest quality firewood for you to use. We only sell seasoned hardwood logs, which are hand loaded and inspected before the logs get delivered to your house.We offer free elivery within 15 miles of our main office.


This locally sourced chipped bark creates a natural but tidy finish to any landscaping project. It’s great for polishing off paths & walk-ways in a more rustic way and it’s perfect for suppressing weeds in your beds and borders whilst helping to keep in that valuable moisture.

Our Service Area

Target Trees In Motion

Video footage from some of our client projects.

Towns We Service

We offer tree surgery in many Norfolk & Suffolk towns
  • It may differ from the nation’s capital by just a single letter, but the gorgeous village of Loddon really couldn’t be further removed from The Big Smoke. Q... Read More
  • It’s an interesting fact about Reedham that most are unaware of, but there was a time quite a while ago when the village was actually located by the sea. It ... Read More
  • Located approximately 25 miles from the heart of Norwich, the charmingly sleepy village of Wretham is home to approximately 400 residents. Surrounded on all si... Read More
  • Referred to by many locals simply as Gorleston, the gorgeous village of Gorleston-on-Sea occupies a prime plot on the Norfolk coastline, just south of Great Yar... Read More
  • The delightful seaside town of Hunstanton is a true gem of the Norfolk coast, with a proud local population of around 4,500. Of course, these numbers swell sig... Read More
  • It’s probably fair to say that the most interesting thing about Wells-next-the-Sea for those coming across the place for the first time is its name. The numbe... Read More
  • The civil parish of Martham lies in close proximity to Great Yarmouth, which makes it a great place to live for those with a taste for summer sun, sand and sea.... Read More
  • Given the fact that Roman pottery was once discovered buried below the village, it’s safe to say that Drayton has been around in one way or another for quite ... Read More