When our customers find out that we offer site clearance services they can find it a bit daunting. For many people, it can sound like a really radical solution to whatever their gardening issue is, while other people just plain old don’t understand what it means. So, to help clear up any confusion you may have about this service, here at Bark and Branch we have pulled together some information for you as to what you can expect from our site clearance services.
For many of our private customers, skip hire sounds like a good idea when it comes to vegetation clearance. In all honesty, skip hire does have its uses but many people fail to realise the actual amount of work involved in filling the skip by hand, especially if there are bulky items to get rid of. In fact, often the strain of moving so much garden waste into a skip can quite often outweigh the perceived benefits of hiring one in the first place!
To help out our customers who might think they need a skip but are unable to fill it themselves, we now offer a site clearance service. If you outsource the site clearance job to us, we can handle the hard work of collecting and disposing of the waste for you, leaving you free to carry on with other jobs without having to worry about it anymore.
We offer a service that is tailored to your project, whether you want us to help you clear your garden or you need us to help with a large-scale infrastructure clearance. We also work with the relevant local authorities in order to arrange environmental and ecological surveys, tree surveys, road closures, traffic management and so on.
From general waste to garden waste, whatever you have that you want to get rid of, the team at Bark and Branch can help you to clear it. We have worked with a wide range of builders, construction and development companies, housing developers and landscapers in the past and so we have great experience in giving our customers exactly what they need.
For more information on any of our services, including tree clearance, you can contact us on 0800 050 2131 or 07958 495 031 or drop us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org