We work with several housing associations and typically look after the majority of their tree surgery and clearance needs on an ongoing basis. We can do this in Edinburgh and Glasgow areas.
We are sensitive and respectful to tenants and their properties. We appreciate we are they to help the organisation and get good feedback from tenants regarding our working practise and way we leave their gardens and streets after we have been, means no extra hassle for the organisation to have to deal with.
For several years now, we have been carrying out tree work for 2 housing associations in Glasgow. We provide a service that they are unable to carry out in house and provide them with a reliable, considerate and reactive service when carrying out work in their properties.
We provide a service that they are unable to carry out in house and provide them with a reliable, considerate and reactive service when carrying out work in their properties. We often liaise with tenants to ensure their satisfaction to avoid any more problems for the housing association to have to deal with, and to avoid return visits. We ensure every garden we work in, is treated as any other one would be and left in a tidier way than when we first arrived. We often re-use woodchip produced in communal beds and areas when possible which saves our client money.
Early 2017 we were approached by another part of one of the housing associations that dealt with development. They had a problem where they needed trees removed from a site that was partially cleared and needed it done within a week. We reacted very quickly and did a site visit the following day and were on the site 3 days later. The trees were cleared within 2 days. As the trees were being removed, it became apparent there was a large quantity of litter and debris which may have caused more problems for surveying equipment as well as the possible dangers of sharp objects, needles and general trip hazards. We discussed this with the client and proposed a solution. Two days later, we were on site with our large excavator and had two 20 yard skips delivered by 8am that morning, by the end of that day all litter and waste was in skips and the site was safe and clear.
In September 2018 after several individual jobs in back gardens and courts, we were back doing more clearance work. This time Shettleston Hall, which burnt down in 2008. The front of the building was retained as it was listed but the rear all demolished due to the fire damage. Our client was needing the area cleared to be able to carry out a land survey for potential future development. We had this cleared quickly and tidily for them.