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How to do a Tree Survey
Tree surveys give property owners vital information about their trees, so they can maintain and keep their land safe. It is the responsibility of every landowner to make sure all the trees on their land are structurally safe, especially if that land is open to the public.Read More
Posted By Paul George on Wednesday, 12th September 2018
Buyers Guide To Spraying Chemicals

We’ve dedicated a lot of these blog pages to arborist and tree surgery related topics, but we thought that it high time we explored some landscaping topics.

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Posted in Product Reviews By Paul George on Friday, 7th September 2018
Buyers Guide To Pole Saws

For cutting down and pruning high-level branches, a versatile yet sturdy pole saw is invaluable. They come in many different varieties with different specifications and features. This brief guide will help you to purchase the right pole saw that will do the job you need it to do at an appropriate budget.

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Posted in Product Reviews By Paul George on Wednesday, 29th August 2018
How To Sharpen A Chainsaw Chain

A blunt chainsaw chain is not only inefficient - it can be dangerous. Guidance from the Health and Safety Executive explains that maintenance is a big part of chainsaw safety and will help to prevent some of the chainsaw injuries that are reported in the arborist and forestry industry every year.

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Posted By Paul George on Monday, 30th July 2018
A Buyer’s Guide To Rakes

No landscaper’s or gardener’s toolkit would be complete without a few rakes. Rakes have a multitude of uses - both conventional and otherwise! - and come in many shapes and sizes.

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Posted By Paul George on Monday, 30th July 2018
The Benefits of Urban Greenspace
In recent decades, the world has experienced an unprecedented rate of urban growth. In comparison to the relatively languid pace of expansion between the 17th and 18th century, where the percentage of the world’s population living in urban areas grew marginally from 3% to 14%, the last half a century has seen the urbanisation of the world’s population increase from 30% to an estimated 54.5% in 2016.Read More
Posted By Paul George on Tuesday, 24th July 2018
A Guide to Rigging Equipment
Whether it’s as simple as preventing damage to nearby shrubs by falling branches or as hazardous as pruning trees close to overhead powerlines, safety conforming lowering equipment is vital to professional arborists and tree surgeons.Read More
Posted By Paul George on Wednesday, 27th June 2018
A Guide to First Aid for Arborists
While it’s always best to avoid the need for first aid by preventing accidents in the first place, working as an arborist comes with inherent risks.Read More
Posted By Paul George on Wednesday, 27th June 2018
Accidents In The Arb Industry
Working outdoors, especially when dealing with dangerous equipment and a hazardous environment, requires careful attention to detail. This is especially true for forestry and arboriculture—both high-risk industries that involve aerial work and the use of machines like chainsaws and chippers.Read More
Posted By Paul George on Thursday, 3rd May 2018
A Buyer's Guide to the Best Workwear Gloves

Workwear gloves are an essential element of a tree worker’s personal protective equipment and getting the right glove for the job is important, but not always easy - especially if buying online. In this guide, I want to look at some of the options out there when picking the perfect pair of workwear gloves.

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Posted By Paul George on Thursday, 3rd May 2018

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