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About Conservation Contractors

"I established Conservation Contractors in Devizes in 1991 with my wife Sarah and we continue to own and manage the business. Over the years, we have built a solid, enviable reputation for quality of work. Our polite and highly skilled staff, together with the latest machinery, have maintained and enhanced our reputation. Please feel free to contact us for a no obligation quotation.

We are so confident in the quality of our materials and the standard of our workmanship that we offer a no-quibble 12-month guarantee”. - William Warden

Click here to read our Essential Arb article! and see the variety of work we undertake in a typical day

Essential Arb

 

 

We offer the following services:  

  • Tree surgery
  • Tree Surveys, Risk/Hazard Assessments and Plant Management
  • Fencing
  • Vegetation Management/Scrub Control
  • Weed Control

Why Conservation Contractors?

  • You benefit from our proven track record of 25 years in the business; we find solutions to the most demanding problems and issues
  • Your initial enquiry and subsequent follow up is dealt with courtesy and efficiency so you know what’s happening when at all times
  • We’re accredited and qualified – to give you peace of mind of a job well done - see details of accreditations (including BS standards and Arboricultural Association)
  • We are passionate about our work, our appearance and the neat and tidy condition we leave your garden or your business premises
  • Our service is reliable – we come when we promise to do so
  • We use the latest equipment operated by our highly qualified staff
  • We carry full public and employers’ liability insurance of £10 million
  • We are Local authority approved
  • We offer a no nonsense approach to the tasks undertaken and explain the work procedure and process to achieve the desired outcome
  • We go that extra mile; we want you to feel happy to recommend us
  • We can provide case studies and references
  • We’re priced competitively to give you good value for money
  • We use the latest equipment operated by our highly qualified staff

Your legal duty of care

Damage involving wood decay and loss of wood strength may require immediate action to avoid potentially dangerous situations.  The owner of a tree has a legal duty of care for others should a decayed tree or part of it damage or injure a third party.  See the article here from Aviva “Liability for Hazardous Trees

  • Help and Advice is always available at the end of the phone from our highly professional staff
  • We undertake site visits to determine the detailed requirements of all our potential customers.  Site visits are followed by a comprehensive written no-obligation estimate accompanied by our Terms and Conditions
  • Excellent references can be supplied by previous satisfied customers upon request
  • Work and specifications can be tailored to suit all budgets

 

Our Customers in Wiltshire, Bath and across the borders

We work with customers throughout Wiltshire and Swindon, Oxfordshire, down through Berkshire, Hampshire and Dorset, Somerset and Devon and back up into Bristol, Gloucestershire, South Wales, Bath and B&NES.   This doesn’t preclude, however, other locations, for example several weeks’ work in 2016 in Corby, Nottinghamshire! 

We work with a variety of different types of customers from

  • Domestic home/land owners
  • Independent schools
  • Retirement Homes
  • Local Authorities
  • Estate Agents and Land Agents
  • Developers
  • Golf Courses
  • Utility companies
  • Wildlife Trusts
  • Ecologists

These are some of our more national customers  

  • customersSomerset County Council
  • customersWessex Water
  • customers(MoD) Defence Infrastructure Organisation
  • customersMcarthy & Stone
  • customersNational Trust
  • customersForestry Commission
  • customersWoodland Trust
  • customersWiltshire Council
  • customersHampshire County Council
  • customersDorset County Council

If you would like a no nonsense quotation for any of our services, please contact us here.
Where common sense is still common

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