FAQ's

What is an Arborist?

An Arborist is an individual who is trained in Arborculture. They understand trees and their needs, and are trained in providing the best care available. They are able to safely and effectively remove dangerous sections of trees without damaging the whole. In addition, they have training in safe work practices to completely deal with potentially hazardous situations.

Using a qualified Arborist avoids the risk of your trees being damaged by uneducated pruning. An Arborist can also assist you be preparing a Tree Survey Report for your local council.

What is a Tree Survey Report?

If you believe a particular native tree on your property is dangerous, or if it is dead or dying, a qualified Arborist can prepare a document for you to submit to your local council which supports your case for removal. If your tree is NOT an Australian Native, check with your local council for their particular specifications. You may still be required to submit a Tree Survey Report for its removal.

Why do I need someone Qualified just to lop my tree?

Tree lopping is contrary to the Australian Standard (A.S. 4373; 1996 Pruning of Amenity Trees). It is also against Council Regulations, and you could potentially be charged for contravening those regulations. Be safe – and use people who are trained to protect both you and your property.

How do I know if my tree is safe?

Ask us for a FREE assessment.

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