Pruning of Tree Canopies and Roots
At the Arbor Centre, we understand the need to manage both the canopy and roots of trees in order to maintain the well-being and safety of the tree and the protection of people and surrounding structures.
Our qualified and trained arborists work with customers to help address common issues associated with the aesthetics and general management of tree(s) at residential properties.
These may include:
Controlling tree canopy height and spread
Managing tree risk to people and/or property
Raising or reducing tree foliage over gardens, lawns, roofs and structures
Dead wood removal
Load reduction of canopies in instances where tree health and safety may be of concern
Weight reduction of specific branches
Thinning of canopies to improve light penetration
Canopy restoration (from inherited circumstance)
Formative pruning to improve juvenile tree performance and longevity
Remedial pruning to improve canopy structure
Reduction of leaf litter issues
Property Line clearances
In order to help address common issues associated with tree roots, we have trained members of our Green Surgery team who work with customers to resolve root related problems.
Lifting and cracking of pavements and hard surfaces
The integrity of boundary and/or retaining walls
For more complex scenarios, including ways to proactively protect structures prior to escalation of the concern, or to avoid excessive future costs and safety risks, we can refer customers to our specialist Surface and Subsoil division.
For further information on pruning tree canopies and roots, Residential customers can contact us on 08 9359 9300 or email us at email@example.com
Alternatively, please complete the enquiry form below and a member of our Green Surgery team will get back to you.
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Alternatively, if you have a particular tree that you own and that you would like to sell or take with you when you move, please [click here]and complete a separate form for this purpose.