With specialist tools and over 10 years’ industry experience, we keep your hedges healthy, manageable and looking their best. The proper care our tree surgeons provide ensures you have a beautiful border that meets your needs, whether that’s privacy, wind protection or a stylish natural feature.
In addition, keeping your hedge in good condition will attract birds and other wildlife to your garden or property in the Dublin areas. This adds to biodiversity and allows you to enjoy the sights and sounds of various wildlife.
Furthermore, our hedge cutting services keep hedges at a reasonable, manageable height, helping prevent potential disputes with neighbours. Please see our previous work for examples of the expert hedge pruning services we provide.
While it may be tempting to prune your hedge yourself, there are many benefits to hiring the professionals at Leaf 2 Leaf. With many years of experience and industry training, we are adept at working on hedges of every size and type, making sure to use suitable methods and equipment for cutting and shaping. As well as ensuring the best results, this maximises safety.
Our tree surgeons also have thorough knowledge of hedge issues and Irish species. This means we recognise even early signs of disease or other problems and can provide expert advice and services to combat the issue and keep your hedge healthy. We also adhere to best practice and regulations concerning hedge cutting to deliver safe, high quality services that comply with all laws and protections.
Protecting Nesting Birds in Hedgerows
It is an offence to take, damage or destroy active bird nests or eggs, or take, injure or kill chicks or adults. As such, when undertaking hedge cutting services in Dublin, it is important for us to check hedgerows for nesting birds before carrying out work.
If we find any active nests, which is most likely between February and August, we will have to wait until the chicks have fledged before cutting your hedge. This also applies to some tree surgery services, such as tree felling.