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Brooke Estate Management Ltd
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As the Met Office issues a Severe Weather Warning for South Wales for high winds potentially resulting in damage to trees and buildings, Brooke Estate Management Ltd have been gearing up for a busy time. As a reminder during periods of severe weather, we can provide the following services, all backed by nationally recognised qualifications, £5 million public liability insurance and a team of capable and experienced local personnel;

-Making safe damaged or dangerous trees
-Clearing private roads and driveways to facilitate urgent access/egress pending remedial work to fully clear fallen trees
-High level access using tracked cherry pickers (up to 18 metres/60 feet vertically) if trees have fallen on buildings/roofs etc.
-Chipping and removal of tree debris (we are also licensed waste carriers with Natural Resources Wales/Environment Agency)
-Liaison with utility companies on a 24/7 basis (particularly BT Openreach and Western Power Distribution) if electric or telecom lines are affected.
-Liaison with the local planning authorities if the damaged trees are within conservation areas or are protected by Tree Preservation Orders
-Liaison with insurance company loss adjusters to gain approval of remedial works after any emergency phase.

24/7 Contact details;

Landline 01600 717097

Freephone 0800 97 88 990

email-info@treesandgrounds.co.uk

So for any tree emergencies in Monmouthshire and the surrounding Counties contact us first. Like this post to let all your friends know too. Stay safe!
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If you are getting overrun by bracken, or have concerns that you may be, now is the time to act. For a very limited period, DEFRA has reinstated permission to use the most effective specific bracken herbicide. See our website for more details.
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Are you having a problem with invasive weeds? If you are, and it remains unchecked, the chances are that your neighbours will be having the same problem before long, as July is the peak growing season. This could lead to compensation claims and even prosecution if not dealt with correctly. Take a look at our 'blog for more information.
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Our new website goes live today. For tree surgery, grounds maintenance, fence construction and event management in the West of England and Wales, take a look... http://www.treesandgrounds.co.uk/
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