Sydney is home to many magnificent trees, covered by Heritage Conservation orders. This blackbutt in Beecroft needed a trim as it is close to power lines and hangs over the footpath and road. We were able to remove a restricted number of branches safely and efficiently, within the guidelines of Hornsby Council’s tree preservation order.
When you have a protected tree this large in your backyard, regular maintenance is required. Reducing the canopy of this Peppercorn tree by 5% allowed more light to filter below. It is important to shape the canopy as part of the pruning process, so the tree remains balanced, and aesthetically appealing. Always call a professional…Details
This Camphor Laurel tree in Pymble was growing far too large for its surrounds. Trees must be kept clear of power lines whether on Council property or private property. Camphor Larels of this size are unsuitable for the area, and Council had no problem giving permission for its removal.
Proper maintenance of your garden includes the pruning of deadwood from large trees. If left unattended, large branches may break off and do a lot of damage below. This tree in Turramurra got the pruning it needed to ensure the safety of people and property in the vicinity.
If you see a mushroom looking growth on your tree, you should call a qualified arborist to inspect the tree and give you a professional opinion on the health and safety of the tree and its environment. Tree bracket fungus is a disease which attacks the heartwood of the tree and can make the tree…Details
Not all land clearing work is done in the more rural areas. Stanmore was the location of this vine clearing job, where there were vines of various types that had taken over the landscape. If they can’t grow along the ground, they just head upwards! We removed all the debris and the customer could see…Details
Mulgoa was the location for this land clearing and pruning work. The Old Post Office was being renovated and extensions were being done for a new cafe & wine bar. The mulch that was produced from the arbor job was gratefully left onsite for use in the gardens that were yet to be established.
This Liquid Amber in Greenwich on the Lower North Shore had grown so large it was hard for the property owner to get any plants nearby to grow due to the extensive shade created by the tree. We pruned a very large branch from the tree which provided better growing conditions for the rest of…Details
Strathfield was the location of this gum tree which needed to be removed due to borer damage. We pruned the tree first, carefully lowering branches so as to ensure no damage to the fence beneath. The tree was safely removed and debris taken away. Another happy customer.
With DA approval from the council, trees may be removed from the nature strip if they are ill positioned for driveways. This tree in Concord was removed under a DA approval. No doubt a new tree will replace it, in a more convenient location.
The 10/50 rule allows for the removal of shrubs and trees within close proximity to buildings in bush fire prone zones. This property in Galston required the removal of a dead tree and several bushes close to the house. It is never worth the risk of leaving dead wood close to residential buildings.