Premier Tree Removal Service
The process of removing a tree can be tempting to do it yourself but without the necessary tools and safety equipment you can be putting you and your property at risk. Cutting down trees is a dangerous occupation and should only be undertaken by trained professionals.
While we specialise in tree removals Tweed Valley Tree Services also supports the preservation of trees. We can suggest methods to retain a tree as opposed to removing one and in the event that the tree has to be removed we recommend and provide options for planting new trees.
Here at Tweed Valley Tree Services we have years of experience and have all the necessary equipment to handle any tree removal project. We will personally meet with you to discuss your tree removal project and address your requirements and any questions you may have. We explain how we will carry out the work and provide you with a fixed price written quote together with our insurance certificates.
Cutting down trees is more complicated than simply grabbing a chainsaw and going to town!
When you hire us to do the work in cutting down your trees we will take the utmost care to ensure that it is done safely and that there are no unintended consequences. This includes taking care of your property and gardens.
We use ropes and pulleys to lower and control all the pieces being cut. This means we can dismantle any tree in any location with extreme accuracy whilst protecting all property and gardens. Our tree removal experts are qualified and experienced, so you can be sure that the task of cutting down your trees is in good hands.
Reasons to remove your tree:
The tree is dying or has a defect
The largest of trees can become structurally compromised from small defects in critical areas. Tweed Valley Tree Services offer free site inspections and advice as well as an Arborist Reporting service that will keep you in the know.
The tree is impacting the growth of other trees
Sometimes a trees placement or canopy can start to overcrowd the other trees surrounding it. This inhibits their growth by restricting the amount of light they receive. Removing the tree in question gives the others space and improves their overall health.
The tree needs to be removed due to new development
If the tree compromises construction of a new landscaping, housing or commercial development it needs to be removed by a professional.
The tree has become a hazard
If the tree has suffered damage due to weather, has branches that look like they may fall, or if your tree sways a lot even in a light breeze, it’s best to remove it before it falls.
The tree is obstructing an area such as a footpath or walkway
This is especially important with public spaces such as footpaths and roads. Leaving these obstructions in place is hazardous to public safety.
The tree is actually a weed
Sometimes a tree can look nice but be a detriment of the native flora around it. When a species is introduced to a new habitat it can quickly take over both above and below ground. It can even effect fauna through toxicity. There are many illegal species of trees in Australia and a qualified arborist can inform you if you are dealing with such a tree and provide a plan to remove it.