Our qualified arborists can remove all trees large and small. At your discretion, we can leave you the resulting firewood and mulch, or remove all green waste from the site.
We have over 30 years of experience in tree removals and pruning, with up-to-date horticultural and arboricultural qualifications. We assess every tree on our job sites for OH&S compliance and complete all our work in accordance with Australian Standards. The Tree Crew always leave a clean site, and we are fully insured (to $20 million).
For most large trees you will need to get a permit from your local council - regulations vary depending on the area but generally, unless the tree is a weed, damaging property, or posing an immediate risk, the council will prefer the tree to remain. For more information regarding specific council requirements, check out the links on our Contact Us page.
When to Remove Trees
You should think carefully before deciding to remove a tree. Most of the time they are a valuable asset to our environment. However, there are many reasons you might need a tree removed. As well as aesthetic considerations, and allowing more light or space, trees have a certain useful life expectancy and are susceptible to pests, diseases, and damage just like any other living organism. When trees are stressed or dying, not only can they look unpleasant, but they can become unstable and fall, split or drop branches, and become dangerous, which can cause injury and damage property.
Some varieties of trees are classed as "weed trees", which means they can grow quickly, disperse seed prolifically and they can be invasive, and compete against native plants.
Which trees are considered a weed, depends on the area - local council websites will usually have a list.