This Morton Bay Fig was so large that its canopy covered 8 properties in the City of Sydney. Although it was a mature tree, the City of Sydney Council gave permission for its removal, as it was a danger to people and property. It took two and a half days to dismantle the tree, using…Details
Burwood council approved one third of this Crepe Myrtle be lopped. Although not all pruning requires council approval, it is very important that council has been consulted, and approval is obtained, if necessary, before calling in a arborist to do any tree work. Councils may issue hefty fines for lopping or tree removal which has…Details
This London Planetree on a property in Vaucluse badly needed pruning, so we got approval from the neighbour to remove 3 branches which were hanging over the fence. Even if the tree is not on your property, it may be beneficial to take responsibility for those parts of the tree which are affecting your property.…Details
Sorry, we don’t have any story to go with this wonderful photo. All I can tell you is that it is an action shot of our prettiest arborist pruning back a Liquid Amber. I can’t tell you who that it is. You’ll have to work it out for yourself.
Clovelly is the location for this land clearing job we were called to complete. A garage was about to be built on this portion of land, which included several bushes and a large tree. The stump grinder finished off the job and the owners were delighted with the end result.
If you live near the harbour in Drummoyne, you have a million dollar view. Unless, of course, there are Kentia palms which have grown so large they are blocking that view. We were called in to remove the obstruction, and thoroughly enjoyed the view from work that day. And now the residents are also enjoying…Details
This Japanese Maple in Lane Cove died a natural death. The owner thought it was time for it to come out and plant another tree in its place. We attended the property and had the tree and stump removed before the end of the day. The owner was delighted. Not only that, he had a…Details
Concord is home to many beautiful Jacaranda trees, but not all of them in suitable locations. This one was removed because it was interfering with the sewerage pipes on the property. After removing the tree, the stump grinder was used to give that nice clean finish… so much better than leaving a stump in the…Details
In North Ryde, a Jacaranda tree trunk had been somewhat of a climbing frame for the local children until the owners called us to remove this eyesore. It had been dead for many years, and the rotting trunk could well have collapsed, potentially damaging property and putting the local kids at risk.
Randwick may be home to many beautiful Jacaranda trees, but they are not all in suitable location. Jacarandas can grow to 15m in height, with extensive canopies, often as wide as the tree is high. This is not good in a confined space, where buildings are in close proximity to the tree – or vice…Details
This Jacaranda in Leichhardt was pruned to raise the canopy and allow more light into the neighbours property, for both the benefit of the neighbours garden and home. The tree will remain a feature, especially when flowering, while not overwhelming in its presence, as can be the case for a large tree on small properties…Details
This Robinia was the largest we have ever seen at 18m high, expanding 5 properties in Newtown, with a canopy width of over 30 metres. It took over 2 days to dismantle and remove this tree, however we were able to do the task with no damage to any property and were duly thanked by…Details