The hedge cutting season runs from the end of July to the beginning of March generally to avoid the bird nesting season, which is often understandable and in keeping with regulations. Sometimes domestically, exceptions can be made to this rule, but when trees and hedges are involved it is often better to leave nature alone.
Generally, hedges are cut once a year, particularly on a domestic level, with the only exceptions being farmers and country hedges that many governing bodies prefer to see cut less regularly to let nature take its course. Whatever the annual growth or frequency of cut we have the machinery to cut, collect, chip, shred or take away whatever is removed. From fine yew or leylandii hedges, or topiarised trees to thick hawthorn, or any deciduous hedges that require tidying.
Cost is always tricky where hedges are concerned, as there are so many variables to consider. Height is a huge consideration, as anything manageable off the floor is much easier than using ladders, scaffold and platforms. None of this is a problem, but can add drastically to the difficulty of the task. Likewise, any cuttings taken away can be costly to dispose of. If you wish to send us details of your problem, height, length and details etc., we’ll be more than happy to solve it….