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Seasoned Logs

Order your seasoned logs todayThe Coastal Tree Care team have been busy producing seasoned logs in between our other jobs.  With ongoing Government restrictions for the Corona-virus pandemic, the wood yard may be the safest place to be!  The yard is not open to the public, therefor we can be sure to follow the social [...]

How to season firewood logs

Welcome to our wood yard! The Coastal Tree Care team have been busy processing firewood logs.  Many trees are hosting nesting birds in early Spring, so most tree work is carried out during autumn or winter.  Trees generally respond better to pruning when the work is carried out in the dormant season, so this makes sense.  [...]

How big is a sack of hardwood logs?

https://youtu.be/TpnkQe7pg2Q "So, how big is a sack of hardwood logs?"  We are often asked this, or similar questions by new customers.  Other common queries are, "How big are your logs?" or "How many logs do you get in a sack?"  If you are new to wood-burning, or have just moved to the Weymouth area, [...]

Firewood logs

Welcome to the wood yard! The Coastal team are busy processing firewood logs at this time of the year.  Many trees and hedges are hosting nesting birds, so most tree work is carried out during autumn or winter. Most trees respond better to pruning when the work is carried out in the dormant season, so this [...]

Order your logs now

Order your logs now - the case for wood fuel The recent popularity of wood burning stoves amongst home-owners has sparked a huge increase in demand for wood fuel.  The environmental and sustainability cases are really very persuasive, so order your logs now!  Unlike the burning of fossil fuels, burning firewood releases no more [...]

Lulworth Castle House

We were delighted to secure the contract for some tree works within the grounds of Lulworth Castle House over the past week or two.  This involved dismantling and removing three trees - a very large sycamore, a dead horse chestnut and a medium-sized, multi-stemmed eucalyptus.  The weather did its best to disrupt proceedings for the [...]

Tree stump bench carving

I was recently asked by some clients to convert their large tree stump into a bench seat.  Having never tried my hand at chainsaw carving, I said I've give it my best shot!  The brief was relatively straightforward, but the work was made more demanding by the sheer size of the tree stump and the number [...]

Tree waste recycling

There are few industries that can claim to be as environmentally sound as the arboricultural industry. We provide a valuable public service by reducing risks to the public and property by managing dead or damaged trees, and can find an end use for all of our waste products. Granted, we use fossil fuels to power [...]

Splitting and stacking firewood

Dale and Dan spend the morning processing beech and cypress firewood for seasoning. We will be splitting and stacking firewood throughout the year in an attempt to satisfy demand when the nights draw in this coming Autumn. These logs will be ready for burning next Autumn/Winter, although if you have space to season your own [...]

Time lapse beech tree

Nice to be working under a blue sky, even though it was pretty windy up in the canopy for our intrepid climbing arborist, Bruce. I was hoping to film the whole job, but my camera phone batteries only lasted until mid morning! Just as well, because shortly after this point it turned decidedly grey and [...]