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Dead Tree Removal Avoca Beach

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Hi.  My name’s William Jones. I’m a qualified arborist and Director of Tree and Garden Services, based on the Central Coast of New South Wales. Today we’re at Avoca Beach to remove a dead tree. We have been called in from some concerned residents due to a large dead tree… Read more »

Tree Care Tips Advice and Hints

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Some basic Tree Care Tips: Avoid excavation close to your tree Avoid changing the soil level around your tree Be mindful of the future size of trees when planting near amenities Inspect your tree from the ground up Be mindful of dead or hanging branches before walking under a tree… Read more »

How to Identify Potential Tree Defects

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Common tree Defects and recommendations. Fungi or mushrooms Check canopy for changes in foliage size and density. Check the canopy for dieback and increased percentage of dead wood. Call an Arborist to Identify and treat the fungi Unstable or loose in the ground Cordon off the area to restrict pedestrian… Read more »

7 Different Ways We Remove Trees

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Tree Removal We can lift branches over roof tops and lower them safely with our specialised lowering device pictured here: Tree Felling We use modern techniques to aid in the felling of difficult trees, such as tree jacking:   Climbing We use techniques gained from our extensive experience in industrial… Read more »

Should A Tree Be Removed Or Just Trimmed Back?

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Let’s face it, trees can be highly hazardous, especially when they have never been inspected, pruned or maintained by a qualified arborist. When people come to our homes or workplaces, we all owe it to them to ensure they are entering a safe environment by keeping our trees safely pruned… Read more »

Large Tree Removal via Helicopter

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

   

Are My Trees in Danger of Falling Over?

Thursday, October 10, 2013

The heavy winds last week have wreaked havoc on the trees of the Central Coast of NSW. I have spent many days assessing hazardous trees and cleaning up fallen ones. 9 out of 10 trees I inspected had structural defects. By this I mean faults or weak points in the… Read more »

My Tree Has Discoloured Leaves. What should I Do?

Monday, August 26, 2013

Winter is drawing to an end and as you step outside you may see some of your trees and plants looking a little yellow. Most of us neglect our trees and gardens during the winter, and especially with the dry conditions we have had on the Central Coast lately, it… Read more »

Why are my cypress pine trees dying?

Thursday, June 20, 2013

I have many customers asking this question about their cypress pine trees. This includes all species from leighton greens (cuprocyparis leylandii) through to your generic cuppressus species. The canker can have dire affects as it not only affects Central Coast trees, but it also affects the benefits these trees provide…. Read more »

What is Tree Lopping?

Friday, June 14, 2013

The term “tree lopper” is a common name used to describe someone who lops trees for a job. Many people on the Central Coast NSW still refer to Arborists and other tree service providers as tree loppers. Tree lopping or tree topping, is an antiquated method of tree pruning, where… Read more »

Tree Care Tips – Prepare your Garden for Winter

Saturday, June 1, 2013

Here are 7 tips to prepare your Trees and Gardens on the Central Coast for Winter and keep them healthy and safe during the cold season. 1. Aerate your soil, especially lawns and feed/fertilise them. Autumn has been a very mild this year, so it is not too late to… Read more »

Wyong Council Tree Removal Policy 2013

Thursday, May 9, 2013

This post has been updated for 2018  – Please click here for the link. “Wyong Shire Council’s new tree policy has now come into effect, and is designed to make it easier for residents to remove trees that are potentially dangerous or problem trees in an effort to protect properties… Read more »