Tag: landscaping

Shrub bed removal

As part of our vegetation management service we were tasked to some shrub bed removal which involved fully removing the old shrubs and their roots from a series of shrub beds around commercial office units in Oxford ready for the redesign and new planting, our 3t mini excavator was the perfect machine for this job along with a skip loading dumper to transfer the waste direct to a waiting skip for disposal.

We spent a few weekends over the end of 2019/ beginning of 2020 to complete the shrub bed removal work and used weekends to enable us free access to the areas whilst the cars from the office staff were not there.

Another great effort from the whole team at SAS!

We have many many years experience in these types of project from small gardens to large whole site clearance projects. You can be assured that our staff have the equipment, training and personal outlook required to achieve the best work possible.

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Reading Garden Landscaping

We were appointed by our loyal client to undertake a large garden landscaping project at their property near Reading.

In the first instance we needed to make access for our machinery and lorries delivering materials, the way in was through a fence and through a large vegetation covered soil bank.

The initial access clearance and larger excavation work was carried out by one of our 6t excavators, this opened up the area to allow materials and machinery access to the garden.

Once we had the area opened up we were able to strip the topsoil for later use, remove some old tree stumps and level the subsoil. Some sleepers were used to make an attractive raised lawn area where the soil from the swimming pool excavation was placed, levelled and the topsoil used to make a nice turf ready finish.

Our 3t mini excavator was used later on in the project to create garden paths, drainage and install water and electricity services to the new building and complete the garden landscaping!

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