Myers Tree Care in Manchester

Reuse of felled wood from our Tree Surgery

There are many ways to re-use the arisings from the felling of a tree and Myers Tree Care believes that everything possible should be done to make the best use of a mature tree when it has to be removed. 

Here are just a few examples of some of the wonderful things that have been made from the trees that we fell:   

Play Feature
Showing the utilisation of our byproducts, this Western Red Cedar was felled on a site in Oswestry and was transported to its new home at Mellor Primary School.
Play Feature
Play Feature
These Cedars were used as a project for the school to show how much of the tree could be re-used.  Other items we produced from the same trees were planters, log sheds and many other green products.
Play Feature
Window box
This window box was also made from the upper parts of the Western Red Cedar from Oswestry.
Window box
Seating
This Beech bench was produce by ourselves from timber off a felling contract in Woodbank Park Stockport, which was undertaken for and on behalf of Stockport Council.
Seating
Mantel piece
An Oak mantel piece made by myself for our own home.
Mantel piece
Garden Feature
A branch section of Beech which we peeled and sanded making a unique piece of art.
Garden Feature
Log wallpaper
This is a log wall feature we made and installed to the walls of a shop on Deansgate in Manchester.
Log wallpaper
Bench
One of our bespoke Oak pews that we make for clients.
Bench
Recycled office
The office with all wood being reused from our operations. The Yew shelf is from Broadbottom, Tameside, the supports from Knutsford and the main desk is from Tatton Park. That beats IKEA!
Recycled office
Bench
One of our bespoke Oak pews that we make for clients.
Bench