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  • Specialised Tree Removal with Tree Services Ireland

    Specialised Tree Removal with Tree Services Ireland

    Mature Ash Tree Removal, Dublin rd, Kilkenny City It’s a sad day when you have to remove a massive ash tree. But sometimes a full tree removal is for the safety of the property owner, their families and the public. This tree in the middle of Kilkenny city was once part of a farm before the city swallowed […]Read More »
  • Reducing and Thinning Mature Beech at Lavistown House

    Reducing and Thinning Mature Beech at Lavistown House

    Reducing and Thinning a Mature Beech at Lavistown House, Co Kilkenny Our clients at Lavistown House love their trees. Especially this mature beech tree, but they were worried about the possibilities of it coming down in high winds. This tree is in close proximity to the main house and so it posses some concerns for the property owners: […]Read More »
  • Tree Services Ireland Donates 900 Native Trees

    Tree Services Ireland Donates 900 Native Trees

    Following the great success of the Tree Services Ireland native tree planting event in March where we rallied 60 volunteers to help us plant 1100 trees for the city of Kilkenny, we still needed to complete our target of planting 2000 native trees for 2017. Tree Services Ireland donates and helps plant 900 trees to […]Read More »
  • Planting 1100 Native Trees With Community

    Planting 1100 Native Trees With Community

    On the 25th of March, we saw the vibrant community of Kilkenny come together to plant 1100 native trees with Tree Services Ireland at our annual native tree planting event. This year the community driven event took place in Kilkenny city’s Linear Park at a place known locally as the circles by the residents of […]Read More »
  • Planning Tree Work Protects Wildlife.

    Planning Tree Work Protects Wildlife.

    Spring is truly upon us and there is a noticeable stir in nature. One of the most obvious stirrings is that of our native birds fluttering around gathering their nesting materials. If any of you have been paying attention to your gardens you will see Long-tailed Tits returning to the brambles with beaks full of feathers […]Read More »

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