Branch Chipping

Branch chipping is a typical method of reducing tree limbs after they have been cut or have fallen after a storm. This is done by placing branches through our industrial wood chipping machines. By chipping your tree branches the volume of waste will be greatly reduced into small wood chips which can then be used as mulch for your garden and help regenerate your soil. It is also a sustainable way to recycle tree waste.
Tree Fellas based in Auckland have medium sized 12 inch chippers and larger 15 inch winch assisted chippers to process large piles of clean foliage or tree limbs.  
Please note: Consulting with us first before you start cutting up branches is advisable. Maneuvering larger pieces of wood to our machinery and cutting it ourselves can save everyone lots of time and it more cost effective for you.

Contact us today to arrange a free no-obligation quote or for some advice.


Awesome service. Prompt response and friendly guys who cleaned up after themselves. Fast efficient professional job done, will definitely use them again.
— Tina, December 2018.
Our little job was done very well and with a good deal of efficiency and cheerfulness. The tree whose damaged branches they were removing was very close to the house and they managed the job without anything crashing into the building. Every item was taken away and the grounds left really clear. Would recommend Tree Fellas. We’ve had a lot of different companies do tree work for over the years and to me this has to be the best company we have dealt with.
— Jill, June 2018.


Bamboo Removal
We can provide a service for complete Bamboo removal including spraying programs and removal of roots with re-instatement as an additional option.

Stump Grinding
We have a range of stump grinders to rid your property of tree stumps, big and small, or in confined spaces.

Tree Pruning We offer a number of pruning options including crown reduction for view, light and canopy size management, pruning for view, pruning for safety and edible tree management pruning, crown lifting, crown shaping or thinning, dead wooding and pollarding.