Occasionally a tree will need to be removed completely. The tree may be too big for a section, diseased (which could spread to neighbouring trees), too old or in a state of decay which could pose a threat to public safety and fall down.
Our Auckland based climbing arborists use modern techniques for access solutions, particularly when the space is tightly confined, close to a house, other trees or near a hazard like power lines. We use advanced rigging applications with specialised equipment to systematically control the lowering and direction of falling limbs one section at a time. In other situations when space and safety allows, a tree may be felled in a conventional forestry style manner, applying traditional methods to create a safe controlled fell.
Whole tree winch assisted chippers are used to ensure your trees are removed safely and cost effectively. We have long established relationships with specialist subcontractors for crane and helicopter assisted lifting for those complex and larger jobs.
Whilst we employ a safe and careful method of work on each job, Tree Fellas also carries Public Liability Insurance up to $10,000,000 should any mishaps occur on site.
As with all jobs, the crew will arrive on site and plan through the process to ensure that the right method is employed for the tree removal.
The crew at Tree Fellas love trees and a tree removal is not taken lightly. If the client would prefer to keep the tree, and there are no apparent safety risks, our qualified specialists will be able to offer alternative options.
Contact us today to arrange a free no-obligation quote or for some advice.
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