Although forest trees grow well with just nature’s pruning, landscape or amenity trees require higher level of care to maintain their integrity, aesthetics and safety. In this ever-growing, human dominated world, trees are becoming more and more important and proper pruning and care programs can save both trees and our properties and life. Most common reason for pruning is to reduce risk but in the same time can solve lots of other problems.
-weight reduction trough out the crown can significantly reduce the risk of sudden limb failure
– crown thinning can increase wind penetration reducing the risk of tree failure, will increase light penetration for your property, can create a better form aesthetic wise
– crown reduction.+8+/2n can keep your tree at a safe distance from your property, power and communication lines, your fence line etc., and keep it at a appropriate size for the space that it grows in.
– fence lining will keep your neighbour’s trees away from your property and yours away from his
– crown cleaning reduces the risk of injury and damage through removing dead, diseased and damaged branches
– selective branch removal can increase your fruit production or fruit size on your fruit trees
– trimming and reshaping hedges, shrubs and trees keeps them at a desired size and form
– formative pruning will ensure a stable, safe and healthy structure for your young tree and reduce the cost further down the road
-crown lifting can provide adequate space under the tree for anthropic activities
We aim to prune trees to Australian Standards AS 4373 – ‘Pruning of Amenity Trees’ as well as abiding by local regulations and requirements.
Cabling and bracing is another method of risk control and it helps retain the desired tree. There are a few different systems for cabling with different characteristics, pros and cons, costs and life spans. We can recommend, provide and install a cabling system suited for your specific tree. This can prevent future failure of a weaker tree structure, ‘correct’ or improve a structure that has failed or started failing, protect your property by keeping the limb attached to the tree if it fails.
Tree removal is a complex and dangerous job that should only be undertaken by experienced, qualified Arborists.
Although trees have been here long before us and they have unmeasurable value for us and life in general, sometimes it is best to be removed and replaced. We only recommend removals after all other risk management measures have been considered. Reasons for removing a tree can include: the tree has failed to an irreversible level, the tree has outgrown its space, the tree is creating damage to the property, the tree is diseased to an untreatable level, the tree is dyeing or is dead, redesigning the landscape and the tree will be replaced, etc.
We aim to do a quick and professional job, remove all the debris unless other agreements are established, obey council rules and regulations, protect clients property and garden in the process.
We can chip/mulch the tree or branches for you if you have done the job yourself. We can take everything away or leave the mulch for you. We aim to be quick, professional and leave your property clean and tidy.
The stump left behind after a tree removal can be a hindrance or in the way of your new structure. We can grind it and remove it for you so that only mulch is left behind. No matter how big the stump is, if we can access it it’ll be gone in no time.
We are on call 24/7. Don’t hesitate to call if your tree has just fallen and has damaged your property or is just blocking your driveway. We’ll get there as soon as we can and remove all the debris and make your tree safe again.
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You are not required to be there when the quote is taken. Often we will ask for a photo to be sent to us to give you an estimate and then if you wish a full quote we will come to your house and give a complete final quote. As long as we have access to the tree to see it and asses it you are not required to be there.
You will need to contact your local council in order to request the permit. Some trees are exempt from permit to be removed but this differs from council to council.
There are only a few situations when you don’t need a permit. As a rule of thumb, all trees need a permit to be removed. The exemption are dead and immediately dangerous trees and then each council has an extra set of exemptions. This can be found on your local councils web page.If you are unsure you can contact us and we will give you some advice.
For most of the jobs the trees will be cut down to a small stump at the base. However, if you request stump removal we can also offer this service at an extra cost. We will bring a special machine onsite to grind the stump down to around 30cm deep turning it into mulch. Bear in mind that tree roots can extend a fair distance away from the stump and not all the roots will be grinded out, this roots will decompose in time.
Yes, we can dump the mulch in any location around your yard just make sure there is a clear space for it and that a tipping truck can physically fit. It’s perfect for your trees and garden beds.
Yes, The Dynamic Arborist is fully insured.
$20,000,000 Public Liability
$5,000,000 Professional Indemnity
Payments are to be made in full on completion of the work. Payments can be made via cash, cheque or EFT. If you can’t be present on the day, please let us know so we can make alternative payment arrangements.
Of course you can. Please just let us know when quoting so we can cut the pieces into usable pieces, and we will stack them near the location of the tree.