ICD Tree Services Ltd started in 2007 specialising in tree surgery work in and around the west coast of Scotland. Since then we have grown our business to include small and now becoming more popular large scale management projects for dangerous trees and surveying off possible dangers or concluding site survey work. We also work with conservation projects which includes management of conservation projects.
We also carry out a large element of short term contracts with the Forestry Commission, Scottish Natural Heritage and local and private companies such as local estates and Estate projects/management. We provide a unique service with our machinery, from crane and hand fed wood chippers, tractor mounted flails and large double drum winch for dangerous trees and extraction of timber. This allows job to go ahead without impeding health and safety for workers and allows visibility of surroundings to be at forefront of safe working practice.
ICD Tree Services Limited have learned how to work in the unique environment that the West Coast of Scotland offers and has an excellent understanding of what needs to be done to get the job completed in what can often be a challenging environment to work in. Which can include remote working areas to wet and very boggy ground. With our knowledge of our enviroment we can assure that all our clients needs are met and the project completed without any risk to health and safety.
As beautiful and picturesque as this scene is, it is not for the faint hearted. We are on a Forestry Commission site at Glen Orchy. We had to get all men up the hill with equipment, ranging from fuel cans, chainsaws, survival packs etc. The Argocat is the safest and most practical piece of equipment to use due to it’s ability to tackle steep and aggressive slopes as well as less than ideal ground conditions. This is another string to our bow which has been tried and tested and gets job done in the most demanding of conditions. This range of Argocat will be getting fully tested and tried in more locations and will more than likely be another addition to the ever growing fleet!