Tree Removal Durham

hedge & tree removal Sunderland

13 Feb Tree Removal Durham

Tree removal Durham & Recycling

Tree removal Durham Area & Recycling Service

Hedge & Tree Removal Durham

We can remove hedges and trees, all the waste is taken away by our own team to be recycled. When calling Charleton Chips for your tree removal services, you can be assured that the waste is taken away.  We recycle the maximum amounts of waste possible to help the environment.

After the tree removal, our chipper processes all the timber waste turning it into wood chips. These are wood chips are either sold on to the public or used to produce Biomass. 

Furthermore, we source sustainable biomass, primarily life-expired timber, such as; low graded softwood, trees and hedges. This is for the generation of minimum carbon power plants which are then utilized in electricity generation. If you have trees or hedges you have removed yourself. Simply give us a call and we will be happy to collect the waste and take to back to our depot for recycling.  Furthermore, the waste we collect is by a trailer load and therefore charged accordingly. Call us for a free quotation


Buy recycled chips from our joinery shop near Chester le Street, Durham

You can also buy our recycled garden chips at our joinery shop near Chester le Street, Durham. Please call to pre-order your garden chips.

Other services we offer apart from our tree removal & recycling service

Charleton Chips is part of Charleton Fencing, we offer a range of other services including:

  • Fencing installation
  • Fencing repairs
  • Agricultural fencing
  • Agricultural gates
  • Sports ground fencing
  • Security fencing
  • Commercial & domestic fencing
  • Field /garden gates
  • Commercial gates
  • Decking installation and supply
  • Pergolas/trellis work

Charleton fencing is local authority approved installers, clients range from councils, schools, housing associations, agricultural businesses and the general public. All our fencing work carried out is to British Standards 1722 and treated to resist rot, fungus and insect attack for up to 20 years.

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