Trees are an important part of our environment, providing us with fresh air, shade, and a natural habitat for wildlife. However, there may come a
TREE FELLING GERMISTON
Our Tree Services
Tree Felling and Removal Services Germiston
We specialize in safe, fast, affordable tree felling for both residential and commercial clients. Our team of qualified Germiston Arborists will guide you through your project large or small so we can ensure not only the work gets done right, but also keep our customers satisfied by ensuring they’re not impacted during the construction phase. We strive to provide the highest level of customer service experience possible. We’ve had a lot of success with our happy returning customers who say they’d never go anywhere else for tree services.
Our Tree Felling Process
We make the removal of tree limbs from your property easy. We will discuss the details with you, including what to do once we leave – whether it’s a free quote and initial discussion or grinding stumps for stumping sealing and green waste pickup.
When you reach out to our company through our online quote request, we will attempt to have one of the skilled arborists provide you a free estimate for the work within 24 hours. Cost is completely free and comes with no obligation.
Before starting the project, we perform an in-depth safety inspection to ensure that it‘s done safely. On-site safety inspection Our teams are professional, and courteous and arrive on time with all the right equipment. We perform in-depth safety inspections before getting started for every job to ensure that it is done safely.
When the team assesses an area, we create a safe strategy for the removal of tree limbs. Once that’s done and ready to go we’ll use our skills with ropes – climbing up if needed or lowering branches down so that it can all happen in just one swoop!
When it’s time to cut down a tree, the very first step is always to lop off any large limbs and top sections. This ensures that you can prevent potential damage to your surroundings during the felling process of that specific tree which could be detrimental to both people near as well as wildlife living in that area! Felling When performing the felling process, there is much to consider. If it is safe to do so, we will remove major branches of the tree until only a small twig remains before cutting them down with a saw or axe (depending on size).
One tip our arborists provide is to remove a stump once you cut down a tree. This will reduce future issues. Combining felling and grinding for stumps is far more economical than paying for each service individually, so we strongly suggest it!
Green Waste Disposal
We believe that good services should come with a price tag that includes the transport, and disposal of any green wastes we create through pruning and felling. We offer these as a standalone service if you have unwanted limbs from your trees that need to be removed. Clean Location We believe that a job done well can leave your property looking amazing, but it’s only the beginning! From the start to the end we make sure everything is clean and tidy.
Frequently Asked Questions
The best time to fell a tree is when it’s at rest, which means midsummer or midwinter. When cutting down a big maple for example you want the sap in your yard be going from high tide back into low—not rushing around like crazy trying to make up lost energy while out on limbs! Make sure not wait too long after chopping that first notch before starting sawing those logs into pieces small enough so they won’t shrink as much during drying process
The best time to remove a tree or stump is during winter. Here’s why:
1) Trees that have dead branches are more likely pose risk in the winter because they’ll be susceptible, 2) Root systems Contract with temperatures dropping below freezing point and can cause them damage (sometimes even death!), 3). Pollen- bearing plants will also die if exposed for too long at certain times of year so you might want think twice before cutting one down right now! 4.) Making sure there isn’t any dry grass around doesn’t hurt either since fires often happen after big storms