Santa's favourite treehouse...

Inspiring fun and creating make-believe is something we do best, and at Christmas, in conjunction with Santa Claus; we had the opportunity to help one client create some particularly memorable treehouse magic for his own lucky grandchildren.

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Treehouse Life Ltd.
Interesting enquiries #5

“I have a client which I am doing a Private Island Project for in The Bahamas and he is requesting a 100 foot rope bridge to connect his island to a small adjacent island. The distance between the islands is 60 feet but at that point the bridge would be too low and the waves will impact it, so we are elevating it to two higher point above the wave line.”

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Treehouse Life Ltd.
Interesting enquiries #4

We are a start-up looking to provide a luxury Glamping experience in North Carolina, USA. We break ground on our first project next week and have three more projects in the pipeline. They all feature water and 3 of the 4 would benefit from constructing a pedestrian-only bridge spanning 30-40 feet. With an elevation change, it appears one of your suspension bridge systems would be a fit.”

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Treehouse Life Ltd.
Interesting enquiries #3

Hello, we are hoping to inquire about a possible solution to a cliff we need to have guests climb up and down. The vertical height of the cliff is approximately 325' high with a slope of 45 degrees. The cliff we want to access is located in the Canadian Arctic, so there are no trees to secure ropes onto, and the ground is semi-permanently frozen so driving stakes into the ground will only go so deep, then you reach permafrost.”

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Treehouse Life Ltd.
Interesting enquires #2

“As part of the Congleton Link Road Project we are constructing a permanent structure over the River Dane. We are considering installing a temporary bridge for pedestrian access to both embankments during the construction phase. Is this something you would be interested in quoting for? It would be somewhere in the region of 40-45 meters. If possible we would be looking for an install, hire and removal rate.”

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Treehouse Life Ltd.
Interesting enquiries #1

“We built one of the first nature trails in the UK (1970) and followed that with one of the first treetop-trails anywhere in 1982 and we still have it (a refurbished version) open to our visitors. We are thinking about building something higher and more adventurous while still being fully accessible to wheelchairs and standard buggies, height to be 12 - 15 metres with a length of around 150 metres.

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Treehouse Life Ltd.