Ben & Blanche
“Massive thanks to Dean and his crew! Two huge gumtrees removed from our backyard and not a single bit of mess leftover. Bloody Brilliant!”
– Bayswater –
Dean & Cristy
“Cheers to ourselves for being bloody amazing”
Greg & Tonya
“Dean was on time and helped us clear our block in a very efficient manner. Extremely friendly and professional.”
– Subiaco –
No task is too big or small. Tree removal can be the best method where the tree might have a disease that could spread others, or where it can potentially cause harm by falling.
Removal is Recommended when a tree:
- Is dead, dying, or considered irreparably hazardous
- Is causing an obstruction or is crowding and causing harm to other trees and the situation is impossible to correct through pruning
- Is to be replaced by a more suitable specimen
- Should be removed to allow for construction
Tree Trimming & Pruning
The main reasons for pruning ornamental and shade trees include safety, health, and aesthetics. In addition, pruning can be used to stimulate fruit production and increase the value of timber. Pruning for safety involves removing branches that could fall and cause injury or property damage, trimming branches that interfere with lines of sight on streets or driveways, and removing branches that grow into utility lines. Safety pruning can be largely avoided by carefully choosing species that will not grow beyond the space available to them, and have strength and form characteristics that are suited to the site.
Pruning for health involves removing diseased or insect-infested wood, thinning the crown to increase airflow and reduce some pest problems, and removing crossing and rubbing branches. Pruning can best be used to encourage trees to develop a strong structure and reduce the likelihood of damage during severe weather. Removing broken or damaged limbs encourages wound closure.