Most trees can be pruned at any time of the year, although some fruit trees should not be pruned at certain times. More important is the quality of pruning, as poor pruning can cause long-term problems.
Generally, no. With most trees “topping” can completely stop growth or result in a misshapen tree, and is considered poor pruning practice. Crown reduction and canopy thinning will result in a healthier and better-looking tree.
No. All our machinery is powered by petrol or diesel motors (no power required) and all we require is that you ensure that we have sufficient access to the property.
And all work to be done is clearly noted on quote.
The customer is responsible for all underground services and drainage, but we will endeavour to locate these and avoid any possible damage. If we feel that there may be a problem, we will not proceed without checking out the location of the services. In most cases the services are well below the depth to which we grind.
Yes. We carry Public Liability insurance up to $2,000,000, but as stated, the customer carries responsibility for all underground services and drainage on the property.
Urgent jobs can often be done the same day, or within just a few days of notification.
No. This will be discussed at quotation stage – we can either leave mulched material on site, or remove as required.
Yes. We have portable equipment which can be used in most situations.
Yes. Stump grinding leaves a very fine mulch which can be mixed into the surrounding soil enabling further plantings.