Removing trees can be necessary for many reasons. Whatever the reason, it is essential to have a tree removed safely.
It takes great skill and training to safely and competently remove a tree. This is especially the case when a tree needs to be climbed. Having a team that knows how to dismantle a tree without incident is crucial.
A tree must be removed if it is dead, dying or diseased. Making room for a building or extension, solar panels requiring light, removing weed species to re-establish native species, structural damage caused by roots… Retaining a tree, there are many reasons why a tree requires removal.
There are so many factors that need to be taken into account when having a tree removed. For the tree owner, this means what the area may look like when the tree is gone, will shade be lost, groundwater changes, erosion will be caused, will ambience be lost, wind protection may change, and coolness changes, to name a few.
To the tree contractor; is the tree safe to climb, or is a cherry picker/crane required? Are limbs over houses, powerlines, valuable gardens or structures? Can the tree be felled? Does the tree need to be removed by rigging sections with ropes, pulleys and lowering devices?
All these factors mentioned above mean having a competent team is vital, and experience in removing all sizes, types & locations of trees is essential. A team you can trust and have confidence in is paramount. Ask for copies of public liability and proof of work cover for the staff before having any work performed. Have a written and signed quote, so you know the cost without surprises.
From Palm trees in a yard to 60-metre Eucalypts over a house, we have never had a tree that can’t be removed. There is always a safe and calculated way a tree can be removed.
Certified. Insured. Prepared.
We hold the following certificates, which are available by request:
Public Liability $20 Million (with applicable interested parties noted)
Professional Indemnity $5 Million
Work Cover Qld
Plant & Equipment Insurance
Current & Reviewed OH&S Policies
SWMS (Safe Work Method Statements)
Current & Reviewed Environmental Policy
Yes, we have all Certificates of Currency and will happily send you copies if you need them.
Most of our crew have a Cert III in Arboriculture. All have appropriate licenses to operate the machinery and equipment we use.
We also have fully qualified Level 5 Arborists that can consult, assess, and provide compliancy reports if required.
It is yours. You may keep it. We will leave it in a pile for you.
Sometimes damage does occur when branches fall from heights but we will do our best to prevent this.
No, we do a very good job of making sure the area is left clean.
We review all quotes after 60 days.
Yes, we have level 5 Arborists to do this.
We do our best to make sure everyone understands what works have been agreed upon. If you are not happy we do ask that you tell us (preferable while the crew is there). We aim to exceed your expectations.
We can do this for you for a fee or we can advise you on the process so you can do it yourself.
We require a 50% deposit to book the work. Once the job is completed and you are happy with the outcome, a 7-day invoice will be emailed to you. This can be paid by cash, cheque, or EFT.
Give Briana or Bek a call, and they’ll help you make the right decision.