Tree Removal

Before we undertake any work, we will inspect and assess your trees and shrubs to ensure we will provide the best service to suit your needs. We will explain step by step the process and reasoning of our agreed services. Our team of arborists will take the time to listen to your needs and concerns to understand exactly what your requirements and preferences are and answer any questions you may have.

Our tree services in Adelaide include:

  • Tree removal, by the law of trees of all sizes and shapes.
  • Stump removal, including root systems of all new and dead stumps.
  • Tree pruning, of hedges, shrubs, and trees of all sizes.
  • Tree lopping and disposal of tree/shrub remnants.

The next main concern is safety. Trees, shrubs, and stumps can be hazardous when they hang into houses, are near power lines, or reduce visibility (for driving). Tree stumps can also become a trip hazard particularly for the elderly and children. No matter the tree size, type or position we have experience in removing, relocating, pruning and lopping. At ProArbor we value the safety of our workers, and due to this we safely utilise appropriate tools, machinery, and safety equipment necessary to get all kinds of tree services done efficiently and effectively.

We value the environment, and with this why we assess, liaise and plan with you and the local council to ensure that any tree protected or not receives the minimal amount of disturbance.

Stump Removal

Depending on your opinion, tree stumps can be seen as a thing of beauty and convenience (a handy seat) or simply a part of nature that remains and does not cause a bother or you may find a tree stump ugly on the eye and inconveniently placed.

Tree stumps can be left when a tree has been dissected across the trunk and has been felled. When a tree stump remains so does the root system, which can allow future growth of the once cut trunk. Tree stumps can be left unintentionally indicating a failed attempt of the felling of a tree or due to natural causes. Severe weather conditions can cause new and old trees to fall, resulting in a stump being left behind.

The removal of a tree stump by a homeowner is usually centred around safety concerns or for backyard or front yard aesthetics. Before making a decision to remove or not to remove a tree stump, you should consider the outcomes if you choose for your tree stump to remain.

A tree stump may result in:

Regrowth of the original tree
Habitats for pests to build and reside in (white ants, termites, etc.)
A tripping hazard, especially for children and the elderly
Get in the way with gardening, and
Restricted open space

Tree Pruning

Apart from looking neat and tidy, there are many benefits of pruning trees and shrubs.

No matter how large the tree or shrub, pruning is possible. Some may choose to prune for aesthetics (i.e. when you see perfectly straight hedges or excess leaves and branches falling in a garden) or for safety reasons such as overhanging branches over homes or a backyard or front yard.

Some benefits of tree pruning include:

  • When pruned young, maintenance will be reduced at later stages of growth
  • Avoiding mess from falling branches and leaves
  • It can encourage plant and tree growth
  • Removing pests and bugs that have infested leaves in parts of a tree to stop the spread of disease and parasites.
  • Removing hazardous dead branches

Almost any shrubs or hedges can be pruned. Depending on the shrub it will have a preferable pruning season within the year. However, it is not to say outside its target season it should not be done. Shrubs that will benefit from pruning include:

  • Hydrangeas and cane shrubs
  • Perennials and deciduous shrubs
  • Bush and standard roses
  • Climbers (some roses, vines, bougainvillea, etc.)
  • Weeping standards (roses and bloom trees)

Pruning is advised for fruit bearing trees, vines and deciduous (trees that lose their leaves) and is best pruned in winter as they remain dormant. However, this is not to say that you shouldn’t/can’t prune throughout the year.

Tree Service

Proarbor are experts in delivering the quality lot clearing Adelaide residents and businesses deserve, without breaking the bank while we’re at it. While the concept seems simple, lot clearing is not an easy job and it needs to be done correctly. It takes knowledge, training, dedication and specialised equipment to be executed in a proper manner. As lot clearing is often the first stage of a project its important that it’s done right so that it doesn’t adversely affect the future stages of your plans. Lot clearing is the process of removing the trees and brushes, or other mostly wooded vegetation, from a particular extent of space. Wether you’re planning on a developments, filling the lot with residential or commercial buildings, or just want to free up some space, Proarbor Tree Strategies will have your lot cleared and ready for the next stage of your project.

Our clean-up is thorough from start to finish we ensure that we’ve completely removed all wood and brush, leaving no mess behind. We are also fully insured and licensed, and adhere to all regulatory requirements. Our team also goes above and beyond the standard safety measures to make sure our staff and any other individuals present on and around the site are well out of harm’s way and that no neighbouring structures are at risk during while we clear the lot.

Lastly, our attention to detail and commitment to the environment is unparalleled and our commitment to environmental sustainability will reflect on the overall sustainability of your lot for years to come.

Lot Clearing

Trees are beautiful. They provide habitats and the very air that we breathe. Unfortunately, there are some situations that will require tree removal. This is especially the case in high wind areas in Adelaide where trees are in proximity to roofs, windows and power lines. Trees in high wind areas or proximity to houses and power lines are a safety hazard for road users, tenants, pets, and habitat.

At ProArbor Tree Strategies Adelaide, we strongly believe that trees should be removed as a last resort, for safety reasons, and by the law. Where possible we suggest alternatives such as pruning and, if plausible, transplanting the tree elsewhere on the property or in an area nearby.

Our team of experienced arborists will inspect and assess problem trees that you may want/need to be removed. We will liaise with your local council to ensure your problem tree meets government guidelines and evaluate if it does pose a risk to the safety of tenants, road users, etc.

We have experience removing trees of all shapes and sizes throughout Adelaide. We remove everything from shrubs to trees well exceeding 10m in large or confined spaces. ProArbor tree Strategies values safety this is why our arborists comply with Workplace Health and Safety guidelines using harnesses, helmets, and protective equipment. Our staff are equipped with rigging equipment that makes tree removal safe, effective and efficient.

Tree Removal

Tree Removal

Before we undertake any work, we will inspect and assess your trees and shrubs to ensure we will provide the best service to suit your needs. We will explain step by step the process and reasoning of our agreed services. Our team of arborists will take the time to listen to your needs and concerns to understand exactly what your requirements and preferences are and answer any questions you may have.

Our tree services in Adelaide include:

  • Tree removal, by the law of trees of all sizes and shapes.
  • Stump removal, including root systems of all new and dead stumps.
  • Tree pruning, of hedges, shrubs, and trees of all sizes.
  • Tree lopping and disposal of tree/shrub remnants.

The next main concern is safety. Trees, shrubs, and stumps can be hazardous when they hang into houses, are near power lines, or reduce visibility (for driving). Tree stumps can also become a trip hazard particularly for the elderly and children. No matter the tree size, type or position we have experience in removing, relocating, pruning and lopping. At ProArbor we value the safety of our workers, and due to this we safely utilise appropriate tools, machinery, and safety equipment necessary to get all kinds of tree services done efficiently and effectively.

We value the environment, and with this why we assess, liaise and plan with you and the local council to ensure that any tree protected or not receives the minimal amount of disturbance.

Stump Removal

Stump Removal

Depending on your opinion, tree stumps can be seen as a thing of beauty and convenience (a handy seat) or simply a part of nature that remains and does not cause a bother or you may find a tree stump ugly on the eye and inconveniently placed.

Tree stumps can be left when a tree has been dissected across the trunk and has been felled. When a tree stump remains so does the root system, which can allow future growth of the once cut trunk. Tree stumps can be left unintentionally indicating a failed attempt of the felling of a tree or due to natural causes. Severe weather conditions can cause new and old trees to fall, resulting in a stump being left behind.

The removal of a tree stump by a homeowner is usually centred around safety concerns or for backyard or front yard aesthetics. Before making a decision to remove or not to remove a tree stump, you should consider the outcomes if you choose for your tree stump to remain.

A tree stump may result in:

Regrowth of the original tree
Habitats for pests to build and reside in (white ants, termites, etc.)
A tripping hazard, especially for children and the elderly
Get in the way with gardening, and
Restricted open space

Tree Pruning

Tree Pruning

Apart from looking neat and tidy, there are many benefits of pruning trees and shrubs.

No matter how large the tree or shrub, pruning is possible. Some may choose to prune for aesthetics (i.e. when you see perfectly straight hedges or excess leaves and branches falling in a garden) or for safety reasons such as overhanging branches over homes or a backyard or front yard.

Some benefits of tree pruning include:

  • When pruned young, maintenance will be reduced at later stages of growth
  • Avoiding mess from falling branches and leaves
  • It can encourage plant and tree growth
  • Removing pests and bugs that have infested leaves in parts of a tree to stop the spread of disease and parasites.
  • Removing hazardous dead branches

Almost any shrubs or hedges can be pruned. Depending on the shrub it will have a preferable pruning season within the year. However, it is not to say outside its target season it should not be done. Shrubs that will benefit from pruning include:

  • Hydrangeas and cane shrubs
  • Perennials and deciduous shrubs
  • Bush and standard roses
  • Climbers (some roses, vines, bougainvillea, etc.)
  • Weeping standards (roses and bloom trees)

Pruning is advised for fruit bearing trees, vines and deciduous (trees that lose their leaves) and is best pruned in winter as they remain dormant. However, this is not to say that you shouldn’t/can’t prune throughout the year.

Tree Service

Tree Service

Proarbor are experts in delivering the quality lot clearing Adelaide residents and businesses deserve, without breaking the bank while we’re at it. While the concept seems simple, lot clearing is not an easy job and it needs to be done correctly. It takes knowledge, training, dedication and specialised equipment to be executed in a proper manner. As lot clearing is often the first stage of a project its important that it’s done right so that it doesn’t adversely affect the future stages of your plans. Lot clearing is the process of removing the trees and brushes, or other mostly wooded vegetation, from a particular extent of space. Wether you’re planning on a developments, filling the lot with residential or commercial buildings, or just want to free up some space, Proarbor Tree Strategies will have your lot cleared and ready for the next stage of your project.

Our clean-up is thorough from start to finish we ensure that we’ve completely removed all wood and brush, leaving no mess behind. We are also fully insured and licensed, and adhere to all regulatory requirements. Our team also goes above and beyond the standard safety measures to make sure our staff and any other individuals present on and around the site are well out of harm’s way and that no neighbouring structures are at risk during while we clear the lot.

Lastly, our attention to detail and commitment to the environment is unparalleled and our commitment to environmental sustainability will reflect on the overall sustainability of your lot for years to come.

Lot Clearing

Lot Clearing

Trees are beautiful. They provide habitats and the very air that we breathe. Unfortunately, there are some situations that will require tree removal. This is especially the case in high wind areas in Adelaide where trees are in proximity to roofs, windows and power lines. Trees in high wind areas or proximity to houses and power lines are a safety hazard for road users, tenants, pets, and habitat.

At ProArbor Tree Strategies Adelaide, we strongly believe that trees should be removed as a last resort, for safety reasons, and by the law. Where possible we suggest alternatives such as pruning and, if plausible, transplanting the tree elsewhere on the property or in an area nearby.

Our team of experienced arborists will inspect and assess problem trees that you may want/need to be removed. We will liaise with your local council to ensure your problem tree meets government guidelines and evaluate if it does pose a risk to the safety of tenants, road users, etc.

We have experience removing trees of all shapes and sizes throughout Adelaide. We remove everything from shrubs to trees well exceeding 10m in large or confined spaces. ProArbor tree Strategies values safety this is why our arborists comply with Workplace Health and Safety guidelines using harnesses, helmets, and protective equipment. Our staff are equipped with rigging equipment that makes tree removal safe, effective and efficient.

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