Definition: The complete removal of a tree
Having a tree removed is sometimes the only safe or logical answer to your needs and if this is the case, Expert Tree Removal is specialised in this area and can also include stump grinding and poisoning services. We have the right qualifications, a wealth of knowledge, the right tools, and the right attitude to get the job done safety and efficiently.
Reasons to have a tree removed include;
- The tree poses a risk to human life, property, or other trees and plants
- The tree has grown too large for its surrounds
- The tree is causing damage to structures
- The tree has grown too close to power lines
- The tree is excessively leaning
- The tree has structural problems such as cracks in the main trunk, a badly formed crotch, and internal rotting
- The tree is dead
- The tree is diseased or has an insect infestation
Storms and high winds have damaged the tree beyond
- The tree drops leaves, seeds, fruits, branches, and sap
- The tree is in the way when placing a boundary fence
- The tree is inhibiting construction or future development
There are many options to consider with the wood that is leftover because of cutting the tree down such as having;
- The wood chopped up into firewood
- The wood chipped and left on premises to use as mulch
- The wood completely removed from the premises
- The wood left on the premises and chopped into chunks
Please consult Expert Tree Removal for your tree removal requirements. We always take into consideration the immediate surrounds and can provide crane services where required to ensure optimal safety in tight spots.
As always, please contact your local council to ensure you are required to obtain consent before having your tree removed.