Professional tree surgeons in Adelaide
Tree Pruning: By pruning your tree and reducing its size, you can let more sunlight into your garden. Pruning will also improve your tree’s health as it strengthens the branches and accelerates new growth.
Crown shaping: If your tree has overgrown and interlaced, we give it a more uniform and pleasant looking shape.
Tree Removal: You might have to cut down a tree for a variety of reasons, and it needs to be done safely and properly. Our professional tree surgeons will work from the top down, reducing its size until they can safely cut the trunk. The remaining stump will then be ground down.
Tree Felling: In the case of a sick or dead tree that may have become a hazard, felling may be required.
Emergency Tree : Dead or damaged branches, or whole trees, following storms, can be dangerous. We make these trees safe by removing the hazardous part and disposing of the deadwood.
Stump grinding: If you’ve had a tree cut down in the past and the stump remains, we can remove this for you by grinding it to ground level.
We serve a wide variety of customers around Adelaide who all have different needs.
Our fully-equipped experts will arrive on the scheduled day and time to complete the appointed job.
Our tree surgery services have been well tuned to ensure that you’re getting the most affordable tree surgery services in Adelaide.
Our 100% satisfaction guarantee ensures that our customers are happy each and every time. All green waste can be removed upon your request as well.
How much does your tree surgery service cost?
The price will depend on the tree’s size and the work required. We may be able to provide an accurate quote without a site visit, so please send us photographs of the tree and the site.
Do you provide emergency call-out service for fallen trees?
Yes, you can book this service online. Please include images of the fallen tree and the site when booking.
Do I need permission to remove a tree in my garden?
You may well do. In some areas, tree preservation orders are in place. You should check with your local authority and get the necessary permits if they are required.