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.
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…
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.
This property in Hornsby was home to 18 palms. The council allows for removal of these particular palms as they are exempt from the council’s tree preservation order. The backyard looked so much bigger when we had completed the job, and the customer was more than satisfied with the way we left his property clear…
Some jobs don’t involve huge trees. We transplanted a small curry tree for this customer in North Turramurra, and trimmed her Lilly Pilly hedge. She was delighted with the outcome.
Some jobs need to be tackled at night time. This job required the removal and stump grinding of 8 lemon scented gum trees, 8 cocos palms and 3 pine trees. The job was completed without disruption to traffic along Parramatta Road in Homebush, much to the delight of on e of our regular commercial customers.
These pine trees in Petersham had long since outgrown their home, and with approval from Marrickville Council, we safely removed the trees and completed the job by grinding their stumps, leaving a fresh clean frontage to this inner western home. Another very happy customer.
Pruning this gum tree in Pymble resulted in the discovery of white ant damage to both the branches and tree trunk. The tree was found to be unstable, and successfully removed to ensure the safety of the surrounding area.
On this Parramatta property, two Lilly Pilly trees flanked the fence line of two properties earmarked for development. Both trees needed to be removed. We accomplished the task in one day, removing all waste and leaving a clean work site. In this instance, stump grinding was not required – bulldozers would soon take care of…