Frequently Asked Questions
1. How can I tell if my tree is hazardous?
There are several tell-tale signs that will indicate whether or not a tree poses a problem. Some are glaringly to spot than others. For example, bark abnormalities are easy to observe with the naked eye. Dead and decaying branches can also be easily identified alongside leaf discoloration and branches riddled with holes. For other problems, you may need a trained eye.
2. What should I do if I have a dangerous tree?
Getting a professional on your property to perform a tree inspection is the first step. In most cases, we will be able to determine whether or not the tree poses an immediate danger. We can also explore alternative ways of saving the tree instead of cutting it down.
3. Can I receive my estimate over the phone or an email?
Whilst it is possible to get a ballpark figure, it’s practically impossible to cost tree work without inspecting the tree and the environment surrounding it.
4. What happens to all the rubbish once the tree has been trimmed or cut down?
We offer you the option of removal. However, depending on your exact location, removal costs could vary differently.