Frequently Ask Question !

Our Tree Services includes tree trimming, tree removal and stump grinding.

All quotes provided by us are completely free. We are available to provide a quote and assistance with your tree care needs.

It is important that you check the insurance status of your contractor before they start work. Uninsured contractors won’t be covered for any property damage or injury to other people.

Our Tree Services provide $10m public liability insurance which covers you and your neighboring property as well as injuries to persons in case they are damaged. Workers Compensation Insurance, Professional Indemnity and Workers Compensation Insurance are available to our employees.

Unqualified contractors might cause severe damage to your tree, property, or even injury to people.

No. As long as you have access to the work we need to do, it is not necessary for us to be at your home to complete your job. We are trusted by our customers to be able to do work without them being there.

Unless otherwise requested by our client, we will remove any cut material from the property. We do everything we can to protect the environment. We recycle, compost and use our solid wood and green waste to benefit the surrounding community.

Yes. Our Arborists are highly qualified and have extensive experience in Arboriculture. We can give you advice about your tree needs.

Crown lifting involves the selective removal from lower branches of a tree’s crown, in order to increase ground-level distance.

Deadwooding is an important part to trees’ health. This is when dead branches are removed from trees at a given location and in a specific diameter.
Deadwood can lead to diseases and pest infestations if left unattended. It is the duty of tree owners to remove deadwood from trees, as it can be dangerous for people and property.

Stump grinders are often the most efficient and cost-friendly option for tree stump removal.
Stumps left in ground can prove to be hazardous and may provide habitat for termite eggs and fungal pathogen host that could infect the trees. They can also become unsightly and occupy valuable gardening space.

Thinning also includes crown clearing and the selective removing of branches. This will improve light penetration and air flow through the crown. In turn, increased light and air stimulates inner foliage and keeps it healthy. Thinning is also a way to reduce wind pressure and the weight for heavy limbs.

Pruning can be important when there is a lot of dead, dying, or diseased branches. These unhealthy, dying, or diseased branches can be detrimental to a tree’s health, and can lead to instability and distress in the tree.

Different councils have different requirements regarding tree work. Our Tree Services links to different councils, which provide details on various tree- and vegetation requirements.
When a council issues a Tree Preservation Order to an owner, it is their responsibility to get a permit before work begins on the trees.

Each tree is unique. Every site is different. Our arborists evaluate each tree individually. There are no definitive answers. Our arborists offer free advice and can visit your site. Tree reports can then tailored to your needs. Costs for a report vary depending on how many trees need to be included, the nature of the issues, the level of information required and any collaboration that is needed with architects/builders to provide design solutions.

To discuss your tree concerns, call us and we will provide you with a more accurate estimate.


If the circumstances are right, it may be possible for trees to be pruned from your border by an adjacent property. There are legal rights to abate, and branches can be cut from overhanging trees. One exception is where the tree falls within the definition of a’significant’ and’regulated’ tree. It could be considered that the tree is in joint ownership if it grows along the boundary. This situation requires that the tree owners agree to all pruning or other management. Please contact our office if there are any questions.

To have a significant, regulated or protected tree removed from your area council, you must submit a development application form to your Council.

Council will dispatch an arborist for you to inspect the application if the tree is regulated. There is no need for you to file a tree report.

You are required to submit a tree report by a qualified arborist to council if you have significant trees. This is your responsibility.

Call our offices to schedule an appointment with one or more of our arborists. They will be happy to visit you and assess your tree, as well as prepare a report about the condition of your tree.

Council is able to grant tree removal approvals.

Our arborists are skilled in pruning a variety of trees including fruit trees and grape vines. Also, we can formatively trim your trees in order to give them a more structurally sound shape for the future.

Our Tree service uses a few trucks in the field to deliver leaf mulch for clients who have placed their names on our waiting list. In certain cases, we might be able in some instances to arrange mulch delivery within a shorter time frame. For more information please contact our office.

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