Tree Lopping in Adelaide SA
We are very fortunate in Adelaide to have a nice warm climate all year long. These conditions can produce some the most hot and dry conditions in Australia.
As it grows hotter, dead shrubs and trees in the rural areas get very susceptible to catching on fire. Just a tiny spark, or one wayward flame, can result in blazing bush fires that frequently result in millions of dollars in damages and can lead to loss of lives as well. In addition to catching on fire, tree limbs that are overly dry become brittle and snap very easily, which makes them very hazardous to life and property.
Everyone in Adelaide is responsible for helping to avoid these kinds of incidents. One good way to do this is to clear areas that are close to you of dead tress and shrubs that could potentially cause a fire to break out. Another thing that you can do is check all of the plant life in the area for any large dead branches that may fall when it is windy.
However, it is not easy to cut down and dispose of all dead trees, particularly large ones. That task requires the proper tools and experience in order to remove them safely without damaging any property that is nearby. In those situations, you should hire a professional arborist company to do the work for you.
Our professional arborists are well trained in all of the latest cutting and pruning techniques and have extensive experience. Our main goal is to provide the most stress-free experience to you by only using the most recent equipment that is available and hiring only the finest tree loppers in Adelaide.
Lopping refers to the practice of trimming various sections (e.g. cutting branches away, shortening trunks, etc.). There are two opposing opinions regarding the practice in Australia – some feel the practice should be avoided whenever it is possible, while others feel it is beneficial.
Our Adelaide tree removal service is systematic and methodical. We take it apart one piece at a time until even very large trees have been dismantled safely. When the demolition is controlled that way, it not only allows us to make sure that our climbers are kept safe, but it preserves your grounds integrity as well, and prevents expensive damage from occurring due to extraction done in an uncontrolled manner. Other than the fact that there is a tree missing, you won’t even know we have been there.
Pruning – trimming and pruning involves the selective cutting of certain branches to achieve reduced foliage.
Land Clearance – The clearing of a block of land is sometimes essential for development, it can still be done in a smart and humane manner.
Stump Grinding – Sometimes there is a leftover stump after the lopping process. Use Stump grinding to completely clear the area.
Mulching – After the felling process is finished, there are plenty of branches and twigs left over – this can be mulched with a wood chipper to produce an amazing by-product that will help your garden grow.
1. How much does it cost to remove?
The cost for removing a tree will depend on how large it is, how much machinery is needed for safe extraction and access to your location. The average cost for removal projects average from $500 for a small job and go up from there depending on how extensive the work is. Schedule your no obligation assessment and we will provide an honest evaluation to you.
2. Do you remove logs, branches and debris?
You won’t believe we ever were there. We expertly remove and efficiently dispose of all torn soil, broken limbs and debris. We are happy to convert the removed branches into firewood and mulch directly on your property.
3. Will I need to get a permit?
A permit is required by a majority of councils before a tree can be removed in Adelaide area. It sill depend on the age, proximity and size of the tree. Our staff is very experienced in this area, and can help with all of the required paperwork.
4. What is your availability?
We deliver a majority of our quotes after an assessment has been conducted within 1 to 3 days. Most work can be completed within two weeks. We sometimes schedule priority jobs ahead of time.
5. Can an estimate be given over the phone?
A personal assessment is needed in order to provide you with an accurate quote. We are happy to provide you with a rough estimated based on how large your tree is.
6. Will we be able to keep the mulch or firewood?
Yes, of course. It is your tree still.
7. Do you do any work on weekends?
Scheduled work depends on availability and existing contracts.
8. Is the stump removed as part of the process?
Stump removal is an entirely different service that requires completely different equipment. We do offer stump grinding service, which is separate from our tree removal Adelaide. However in a majority of cases we can perform stump grinding and lopping services on the same visit.