Beautiful trees provide many benefits, including added value to your property and quality to your life. Unfortunately trees that are not maintained well or that grow too big can become a dangerous liability. Tree removal is the last option, but sometimes a necessary one.
Free and Expert Tree Removal Advice
We can provide you with up-to-date advice on the best ways for you to manage your trees and shrubs. We can advise you about the risks a large tree poses, if a tree can be saved or if removal is the best option. We can also advise on the best options for replacing a tree after removal, including which trees can best handle the Wellington wind in your environment.
If you have trees (especially large ones) that show any signs of splitting or cracks, die back, an increase in sap flow, an increase in insect activity, fungal growth or heaving soil near the trunk then contact us and we can give advice.
All of our advice and quotes are free and without obligation within the greater Wellington region.
Trees grow and sometimes they can’t be pruned to give the results you want. When trees get too big for their environment the best option may be to remove the tree. We specialise in removing trees…
- that are dying or dead
- in confined spaces
- over buildings
- over structures
- in awkward positions – eg. On the side of a cliff
We use the latest techniques and equipment and we can deal with practically any scenario you may have. From a sycamore growing over a glass house to removing trees that are too big for an internal courtyard, we can manage and remove your trees and shrubs and allow you to enjoy the space you live in.
Contact us today if you have trees that need removal, or if you’re not sure if a tree needs removing. We’ll provide you with a science based assessment of your trees and the potential risk they may pose to you or your environment.
The best way to avoid removing trees is good advice and regular pruning.
Contact the Tree Report Company to identify hazards, risks and future issues with trees on your property.