Tuam landscaping and tree surgeryLandscaping and tree surgery Tuam
We have full insurance coverage and an unparalleled safety record. We work with our clients, hand in glove, to make sure that your design is not only made a reality, but with our many years of knowledge and experience, we can suggest new ideas as well. Maybe you want something modern and contemporary, maybe you'd like something a little more traditional, or something themes – we can do it all. If you need a garden revitalised or maintenance done on forest or tree areas, you'll find none more suitable to deal with the job.
We can work with green fields sites to full growth mature woodlands. We are the name you can trust. To prevent hazards to the public, trees sometimes have to be dismantled and felled, or the crowns thinned. Safety and safe working practises are our number one priority when we plan and give timelines for work done. Tree stumps can be removed with ease, as well as ground and hauled off, after tree felling.
Top quality service with an emphasis on safety and environmentally aware beauty. Give us a call today and let O'Rourke landscaping and tree surgery remove the dead wood from your trees, preventing potential hazards to yourself and to others.
Tom, we are delighted that you could fit us in again this year to do another thorough job on our hedge. You did it exactly as we requested and best of all you took away the clippings leaving the place neat and tidy.
Michael and Ellen Morley
Many, many thanks
At O'Rourke Landscaping in Mayo we offer a quality service with honesty and integrity.
Using the best materials & equipment for our Mayo tree surgery and landscaping
we ensure that each project is completed to
the highest standard and we have recently invested in new modern equipment and
machinery to deal with even the most difficult tree surgery Mayo projects. We are fully
insured for public and employer liability cover.
Our passion for all gardening, landscaping Mayo and Mayo tree surgery is evident in our ever
expanding customer base across the West of Ireland, including Castlbar, Westport and Claremorris.