Tree Removal Wellington

Wellington Tree Removal Company

Do you need bare land? Maybe you’re trying to clear a large area for house building or for a big-scale commercial project? You’ve got to the right place! Arborist Wellington offers shrubs, trees, and grass removal or clearing service.

We provide clearing of shrubs and small trees services for small-scale and large-scale land development or real estate projects. We have highly skilled arborists that will ensure that your tree is removed at the right time so that it does not affect your house or other structures in any way. Our advanced techniques and tools for removing trees safely is what makes us standout. This ensures that there are no chances of damages to your property during this process.

– Clearing branches, bushes and small trees.

– Removing overhanging branches and other obstacles from roof.

– Pruning of trees, shrubs and bushes.

As a responsible arborist in Wellington, we consider the potential impact on the environment and wildlife, and to follow proper regulations and guidelines. We understand that clearing must be done in a sustainable and responsible manner, and efforts should be made to minimize soil erosion, water pollution, and damage to wildlife habitats, and that’s what we’re doing. If you need help, feel free to call our team.

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Slope Mowing

Slope-mowing is a vital part of maintaining Wellington’s cityscapes and preserving the city’s natural beauty. Mowing is the process of removing unwanted vegetation from slopes, including trees, grasses and weeds. As one of New Zealand’s most urban cities, it is critical for Wellington to maintain its cityscapes by keeping slopes clear of vegetation. Mowing helps to reduce erosion on steep slopes and ensures that buildings are protected from falling rocks and debris. Slope mowing also helps to maintain soil quality by reducing soil compaction, which in turn helps plants grow more effectively and makes it easier for water to infiltrate into the soil. Call us if you need help.

Old Tree Removal

Removing an old tree? Old trees in the neighborhood and public parks can pose dangers to the public, especially during calamities. Hence, it is important they must be removed by professional Wellington Arborist. The process of removing old trees involves specialized equipment, training, and experience to safely remove trees that are dead, diseased, or in a state of decline. First, the removal process must comply with relevant regulations and industry standards, such as those set by the New Zealand Tree Care Association. Thanks to Wellington Arborist, our team are not just experts in removing trees but we also have liability insurance and worker’s compensation coverage for protection. We also adhere to proper environmental and wildlife protection protocols, to ensure that the impact on the ecosystem is minimized.

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Things You Need To Know About Cutting Trees in Wellington

Note that the council has no jurisdiction over trees that are located inside your private property. Conversely, there are about 150 species of protected trees that incidentally grow on private properties or have been there since time immemorial. If you have a heritage or notable tree n your property, there may be restrictions what you can do to it.

 Trees and Powerlines

 Trees that have grown inside your property are under your responsibility. If they grow taller and bigger, posing threats to adjacent property, you can trim them to prevent powerline tripping.

Know the type of trees you’re cutting (not all trees can be cut without proper permits)

The best way to find out is by looking at the label on your saw. There are three types of trees: hardwood, softwood and coniferous. Hardwood trees have thicker trunks than softwoods and they’re easier to cut through. Softwoods will have thinner trunks and they require more skill when it comes to cutting them up into logs for firewood or chips for mulch. Coniferous trees can be used for firewood but not for fuel wood because they don’t burn well.

 Which part of the tree you’re cutting first.

Where to cut your tree down. A professional Wellington Arborist will know definitely the right process of cutting trees.  If you live in an area with thick vegetation, it’s important to seek the help of an arborist.   You also need to know that there are different types of trees out there, and each one has its own unique characteristics. For example, some have leaves which are harder than others and thus require more time for them to fall off once cut down. Others have trunks which are thicker than others, and thus require more time for them to break down after being cut down. Call us directly for more details.