10% off your FREE QUOTE till end of May | Branch Management

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10% off FREE QUOTE till end of May

10% off your FREE QUOTE till end of May 2018

Well say no more, give us a call and receive 10% off your FREE QUOTE. Whether you are after tree pruning or tree removal, call us on 0419 289 223 for your FREE QUOTE….

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This is not a hoax, this is for real. Until the end of May 2018 Branch Management Total Tree Services are offering 10% off the quoted price.

To ensure you are picking the right contractor, not all Arborists are the same, Ensure to choose a contractor that is insured, and comes highly recommended. So, how much do Arborist’s cost?

If your tree is in decline click here to read about 3 ways to identify your trees decline.

To identify different species of trees an AQF5 Arborist is your go to person.  Our AQF5 Arborist has years of experience and knows his species.

If you have any questions or comments go to https://www.branchmanagement.com.au/contact/ or phone: 0419 289 223

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Your guide to Pruning Trees in Winter | Branch Management

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Pruning Trees in Winter

Your guide to Pruning Trees in Winter

Pruning deciduous plants in the winter promotes fast regrowth in the spring, as most plants are dormant during the winter. It’s also easier to see the shape of deciduous plants in the winter, since their foliage is gone. For your guide on pruning trees in winter…

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For best pruning trees in winter:-

  • Prune on a mild, dry day.
  • Prune first dead and diseased branches.
  • Then remove the overgrown and smaller branches to increase light and air at the crown of the tree.
  • In general, your goal is to keep the branches that develop or maintain the structure of the tree.
  • Cut branches at the node, the point at which one branch or twig attaches to another.

Not all Arborists are the same so ensure to choose a contractor that is insured, and comes highly recommended and how much do Arborist’s cost?

If your tree is in decline click here to read about 3 ways to identify your trees decline.

Pruning Pointers

Nature is the Great Pruner because trees can grow too close together causing branches to die as they compete for sunlight and airflow.

Pruning is a necessary part of gardening. Consider these three reasons:

TO THIN

Thinning is about cutting out all dead, diseased, and damaged parts to let in more air and light and enhance its health.

TO REDUCE

In Nature, most plants we grow are in splendid isolation, trying to spread unnaturally fast. Our job is to prevent certain shrubs and trees from outgrowing their position in a yard. Judicious reducing helps plants develop into sound structures without over-stressing their limbs. Also, maximum flowering and bountiful fruit are only possible by pruning.

TO AMPUTATE

It sounds harsh, but severe pruning is necessary to restore older trees and shrubs to better health. Most plants are amazingly forgiving with experimentation. Think twice, cut once, and watch carefully. Your plants will tell you in their own way how to do better next season.

To identify different species of trees an AQF5 Arborist is your go to person.  Our AQF5 Arborist has years of experience and knows his species.

If you have any questions or comments go to https://www.branchmanagement.com.au/contact/ or phone: 0419 289 223

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How do we identify Trees | Branch Management

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How do we identify trees

How do we Identify Trees

Many types of trees grown in gardens look different from one another, and people become familiar with particular species. Frangipani trees (Plumeria acutifolia) look very different to gum trees (Eucalyptus sp. & Corymbia sp.) and are easily identified by their leaves & flowers.  So how do we identify trees?

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For example, how do we identify trees, two species of Stringybark trees which look almost identical. This comes down to the leaf size and shape, and the gumnut size and shape. The White Stringybark, Eucalyptus globulus, has gumnuts clustered together on their stem. These fruits have very short individual stems called pedicels.

The Brown Stringybark, E. capitellata, also has gumnuts clustered onto a stem, however, these fruits have no individual stems, and this type of attachment is called sessile.

The shapes of unopened flowers is also a way in which Eucalypts are identified.

If your tree is in decline click here to read about 3 ways to identify your trees decline.

Why do trees have leaves of different shapes and sizes.

Trees (and all plants) have leaves which have evolved to function the best way for the tree’s survival. Trees from hot dry climates such as Australian arid areas have leaves which may hang down. This reduces the amount of leaf surface which is exposed to direct sunlight and helps to keep the leaf cooler. Some Eucalypts have thick leathery leaves which helps reduce the amount of moisture lost through transpiration.

Trees in moist environments such as rainforest areas have larger leaves to make best use of limited sunlight. Larger leaves generally point upwards which funnels water down the stem to the roots. This is important as there is much competition with other plants in crowded rainforests. The leaves of rainforest trees are usually softer to facilitate more water movement through transpiration.

Some rainforest trees may also have compound leaves; many smaller leaflets on a long stem. Leaflets also have a large combined surface area for photosynthesis, but are less likely to be damaged (by wind for example) than a single large leaf.

Trees from cold countries generally have thin needle like leaves or scale like leaves. This shape prevents snow build up which can add large amounts of weight to branches and stems causing breakages. Snow covered leaves also cannot photosynthesise due to blocked light. Many trees from cold areas shed their leaves every autumn and go fully dormant.  How do we identify trees?

To identify different species of trees and AQF5 Arborist is your go to person.  Our AQF5 Arborist has years of experience and knows his species.

You may require some pruning to your trees, for all your pruning needs and free quotes.

If you have any questions or comments go to https://www.branchmanagement.com.au/contact/ or phone: 0419 289 223

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3 ways to TELL if my TREE is in DECLINE

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sHow to tell if my tree is in decline, well, trees provide us with important information on the health and safety just by the way the tree looks.  Here are a 3 ways on how to tell if my tree is in DECLINE?

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How to Tell if my Tree is in Decline

Bracket Fungus

Trees can be tricky as sometimes a tree will look very healthy, having lots of leaves and not much deadwood. There may be something happening inside the trunk. The trunk holds up the branches, but if it has a certain type of fungus inside it, it may look strong on the outside but be weakening on the inside. Often, it is impossible to tell if the tree has a fungus inside until a little round piece of wood grows straight out from the trunk. This is called a bracket fungus.  This is one way on how to tell if my tree is in decline.

When this happens, if the fungus is a certain type, the tree has to be removed or the trunk might collapse.

Not all bracket fungi are bad though.

Sometime a tree will have lots of deadwood. This usually means the tree’s health is suffering, and more investigation is needed. Sometimes trees like this can be repaired so there is no need to remove the tree.  Click here to see what a bracket fungus looks like.

Borers

Borers can be found in all trees but are only harmful to trees that are not healthy or trees that are under stress.  Trees can be under stress for the following reasons:-

  1. Soil deficiency
  2. Age
  3. Moisture (either too much or too little water)
  4. Air and water supply being cut off from the roots by plastic, concrete, soil compaction either from vehicles or human and animal foot traffic.

Once the tree is under attack of borers they have a natural defence mechanism to fight off the borers.   In gum trees they produce a red substance called kino, in wattles they produce gum, figs produce a white milky substance called latex and pines produce resin.

Resin, gum, latex and kino are the 4 most common natural defence mechanisms in trees.

The female adult borer, whether she be a moth, weevil or a beetle, lays her eggs in every tree she can. The eggs hatch into young larvae and start eating the tree, usually in or under the bark. If it is a healthy tree then the tree drowns the insects with kino, gum, latex or resin and that gets rid of the problem.

If the tree is not healthy or under stress and cannot produce enough kino, resin, latex or gum the borers will attack the tree and eventually the tree will die.

There is no treatment for borers.   You can try to improve the health of the tree.

Termites

Termites, also commonly called White Ants, are not ants at all.

Scientists have classified all life forms into different groups to help identify which organisms are related.

These groups have been given names (usually derived from Greek or Latin) which usually describe some aspect of the animals in the group. While there are many groups for each animal [or plant], the groups called orders distinguish various types of insects.

The group (order) for termites is called Isoptera, and termites are the only member of this order. Ants though, belong to the order Hymenoptera which includes bees and wasps.

This shows termites and ants are not related.

There are some different types of termites, however, those that concern Arborists are Subterranean (underground) and Arboreal (a mud nest in a tree).

Subterranean termites are the most destructive to trees, as they hollow out branches and trunks. They may not be found until a branch falls from a tree. This creates a very high risk potential around areas of high use such as schools. These are the termites which invade and damage houses.

Arboreal termites are not as destructive as subterranean termites, as they build external mud nest which can be seen from the ground. These termites generally feed on decaying plant matter, and are an indicator of a tree’s declining health.

Controlling termites in trees can be difficult, and removing the tree is often the only option.

Using wood chip from a tree infested with subterranean termites can cause a new colony to begin which may damage the owner’s house.

If your tree is in decline

Choosing the right Tree Pruning or Tree Removal company can be tricky.  Be prepared, hire a Professional Branch Management Tree Removal company today, so you aren’t caught out at the last minute.  Not all Newcastle Arborist’s are the same.  At Branch Management we strive to offer you quality, professional and safe Tree Arborist Services Newcastle and surrounding areas with competitive prices.  Read more about the 5 ways to save money on Arborist Services within Newcastle.

Trees are important to our environment.  Here are some reasons why we need trees!

If you have any questions or comments please contact us at: https://www.branchmanagement.com.au/contact/ or Mobile: 0419 289 223

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Why are Trees so Important

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Why are Trees so important?  There are many reasons why Trees are so important to us and our environment.  Trees are the biggest plants on the planet and they provide us with oxygen, store carbon dioxide, provide shelter and food for wildlife and humans.

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Trees are vital to our everyday needs.    Here are 5 reasons why are Trees so important to us?

Trees provide Oxygen

Trees release oxygen and take in carbon dioxide.   Humans inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide.  The relationship between plants and humans.

Trees protect the Environment

Trees clean our soil by absorbing dangerous chemicals.  The trees can either store the chemicals or change them to be less harmful.

Trees can clean the air by absorbing odours and gases (nitrogen oxides, ammonia, sulfur dioxide and ozone) and filter those particles out of the air by trapping them on their leaves and bark.

A row of Trees can be used for noise pollution for freeways.

Trees are 100% recyclable.

Trees grow our Economy

People are attracted to buy a house, work in a workplace, play in a park and invest in property in greener surroundings.   Maintaining and caring for your trees is an asset to your property.

Trees provide Food & Shelter for Animals and Humans?

There are thousands of species of trees in the world and many provide us with food.  Where do most of our fruits come from??

Trees provide shelter for all of us, which provides us with protection from the UV rays of the sun.  Trees provide homes (called hollows) to animals.

Trees provide wood

Trees provide timber for homes and buildings.

 

For the right care and maintenance to your trees, choose a reputable tree company with Qualified Arborist’s and a crew particular on safety.  Why not click here and meet our crew.

Choosing the right Tree Pruning or Tree Removal company can be tricky.  Be prepared, hire a Professional Branch Management Tree Removal company today, so you aren’t caught out at the last minute.  Not all Newcastle Arborist’s are the same.  At Branch Management we strive to offer you quality, professional and safe Tree Arborist Services Newcastle and surrounding areas with competitive prices.  Read more about the 5 ways to save money on Arborist Services within Newcastle.

If you have any questions or comments please contact us at: https://www.branchmanagement.com.au/contact/ or Mobile: 0419 289 223

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How much does an Arborist cost

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There are many reasons why people require the services of an Arborist Company and often wonder how much it is going to cost them?  So, how much does an Arborist cost?  5 ways to save money on Newcastle Arborist Services.

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There are a couple of factors to consider when hiring a contractor for your tree removal, as not all tree companies are the same.  Why are all Newcastle Arborist’s not the same?

Do they have a qualified Arborist to perform the work?

For tree pruning or tree removal a Qualified Arborist is essential with a minimum level of 3.  This Arborist has the knowledge base to safely and correctly prune your tree without harming it.

What level of insurance do they provide?

Different tree companies will have different levels of insurance.   You should always ask to see the level of insurance and ensure that the tree company has adequate insurance for your job.   Some tree companies may not have insurance altogether and these companies are to be avoided.

What equipment do they have to make the job an easy one?

Most tree companies will turn up with a minimum of a team of 3 people, truck, chipper and appropriate sized chainsaws.

Do they have a license to perform the work required?

There is no license required to have a tree company although there are individual certificates required to perform tree work.   For example, the climber should have a Working at Heights Certificate.

There are also a couple of factors that will determine the final price

  1. The size of the Tree
  2. The location of the Tree
  3. Stump Grinding
  4. The disposal of the debris
  5. Tree Reports and/or Permit Required

Be prepared, hire a Professional Branch Management Tree Removal company today, so you aren’t caught out at the last minute.  Not all Newcastle Arborist’s are the same.  At Branch Management we strive to offer you quality, professional and safe Tree Arborist Services Newcastle and surrounding areas with competitive prices.  Read more about the 5 ways to save money on Arborist Services within Newcastle.

If you have any questions or comments please contact us at: https://www.branchmanagement.com.au/contact/ or Mobile: 0419 289 223

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Why all Newcastle Arborist's are not the same

Why all Newcastle Arborist’s are not the same

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TREE LOPPER versus ARBORIST

Why all Newcastle Arborist’s are not the same!  Many people are mistaken when it comes to understanding the difference between a Tree Lopper and an Arborist.  Do they do the same thing?  No, this is not the case?  Do they cost the same?

Continue reading if you care about the appearance and health of your trees and you will understand why all Newcastle Arborist’s are not the same.

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Tree Lopping is a term used for cutting the branches to stubs or otherwise known as reducing the size of the tree.   A Tree Lopper is a person to cut those branches back to stubs and reduce the size of the tree.

An Arborist is known as a Tree Surgeon.  This person is certified and has had extensive training in ‘Arboriculture’ understanding the science behind a tree and capable of the care and ongoing maintenance of trees and plants.  There are multiple levels of training ranging from Level 2 to Level 5.

Find out the 5 ways to save money when paying for Tree Services or an Arborist.

Understanding the needs for your tree care?

For the maintenance and on going care to your trees it is advisable to contract a tree company with a Qualified Arborist who can perform the works with the understanding and knowledge of how a tree is best to be pruned or removed.  There are 2 types of Arborist’s:

  1. Climbing Arborist – minimum Level 3 required
  2. Consulting Arborist – minimum Level 5 required

A climbing Arborist is a person who performs the tree pruning or removal.  They can also perform an aerial inspection, which is assessment of the trees health and safety from an aerial position.

A consulting Arborist is a person who assesses the tree for defects or potential hazards.  This assessment is done from the ground.

Be certain to hire a Professional Branch Management Tree Removal company, so you aren’t caught out at the last minute. Find out how much an Arborist costs here.

At Branch Management we strive to offer you quality, professional and safe Tree Arborist Services Newcastle and surrounding areas with competitive prices. Read more about the 5 ways to save money on Arborist Services within Newcastle

If you have any questions or comments go to https://www.branchmanagement.com.au/contact/ or phone: 0419 289 223

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5 Ways to SAVE you MONEY on Arborist Services in Newcastle

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Location of your tree determines the removal cost

Are you looking to save time and money, well read on and you will find 5 ways to save you money on Arborist Services in Newcastle?  Is your tree easily accessible or is it located in a hard to get to place in your yard? All sorts of factors are taken into consideration when pricing an Arborist Service in Newcastle.

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Hiring contractors to perform tree work doesn’t have to be expensive.  Here are 5 ways to save you money on Arborist Services in Newcastle:-

    1. Free Quotes.
    2. Trees located in an easy to get to place will save you money.  Access is the key ingredient.
    3. Obstacles – remove what may be in the way.
    4. Waste Disposal – the difference between removing from site or possibly keeping it yourself.
    5. Insurances – making sure they are covered.

Not all Newcastle Arborist’s are the same, click here to read more about Why all Newcastle Arborist’s are not the same.

Free Quotes

When enquiring about a quote for your proposed tree removal, make sure that you ask the contractor if they provide free quotes.   Not all contractors provide free quotes.   You don’t want to be stuck having to pay a fee for your quote.  You are looking at ways to save you money on Arborist Services in Newcastle after all.

If you are after a health and safety report or tree report for a DA, this is not included in a Free Quote.   This Arborist advice will be a paid service and a quote for this service can be provided.

Some other factors to consider when choosing your Newcastle Arborist Company is their insurances, level of qualifications, equipment.    Click here to find out more about how much does a Newcastle Arborist cost.

Access

The location of the tree is a crucial part of keeping the price low.  If the contractor can get his machinery next to the tree, then there will be less manual labour involved getting the branches to the machine. This means less time onsite for the crew and less money for yourself.  Trees in the front yard often have less obstacles and access difficulties.

If the contractor cannot get his machinery next to the tree for the tree removal, then to save you money with access, ensure you move any obstacles removed before they arrive.  Obstacles such as chairs and tables, children’s play equipment, pot plants and any breakable items.

Trees being removed in the rear yard, the wood and foliage needs to be bought to the front yard for chipping and is more labour intensive.  Other ways at looking at saving you money with access, is the option of using a neighbours property, if accessible.

Obstacles

Looking out for obstacles when removing a tree is another factor taken into consideration when working out a price.  Here are a few obstacles we look at:-

      1. Can the tree be easily felled in the yard?
      2. Is the tree close to the house and every limb needs to be lowered individually?
      3. Is the tree near power lines and needs a power line shut out?
      4. Does the tree hang over or near a swimming pool?
      5. Where is the tree located,in the front yard or the back yard?
      6. Are extra labourers required to perform the job?

Choosing the right Newcastle Arborist can be tricky.  Why they are all not the same.

Waste Disposal

Does the Wood and foliage need to be removed from your site. We chip all wood and foliage with a wood chipper and an excavator for large timber, if required.  See Video below.

 

Once the tree has been chipped, the mulch is then removed from site or you may want to look at possibly using some of it in your yard.

Another example is, if you need firewood you will be able to save on the timber being removed from your site and this will also save you on your electricity bill.

Palm fronds do not mulch up well and very acidic.   Some companies do not want to chip mulch for fear of damaging their machinery.  Palm mulch is not desired and tip fees apply.

For more tips on competitive pricing click here for how much does a Newcastle Arborist cost.

If you have any questions or comments go to https://www.branchmanagement.com.au/contact/ or phone: 0419 289 223

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Seven Ways to Tell When Your Tree Is Diseased and Needs Removing

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Trees are a vital part of Australians diverse eco system and diseased or fallen trees can provide nutrients back into the earth and homes for Australia’s wildlife. However diseased, damaged or dead trees can be a threat in populated areas and should be removed immediately by Branch Management.

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Tree removal and pruning exercises are strenuous and time consuming, and may not be easy without a qualified person. Doing the job can be dangerous since you may lack the required skills. You need to make sure that the company you hire are certified and have the appropriate workplace liability insurance to avoid un expected cost.

There are various indictors that a tree may have a disease:

  1. Trees with branches that are dying

Trees that have branches that are bare during a time of the year when they should be covered in leaves. Also keep in mind that on dead branches of deciduous trees, dead leaves will cling well into the winter instead of dropping to the ground as they would on a healthy deciduous tree.

Dead branches on only one side of a tree can also indicate serious trunk and root damage.

Good Branch Management will help reduce the risk of falling branches which may cause damage to buildings and harm to people.

  1. Presence of Fungus

Large fungus — shelf or bracket fungus (aka wood conchs) — on the trunk or branch of a tree can indicate that your tree is has internal rot may be dead or dying.

  1. Location

Trees that remain after construction may have had their roots damaged and may be experiencing a significant increase in their exposure to sun and wind, which can detrimental to their health.

Nearby construction can also damage roots, soil compaction and changes in the grading

  1. Trunk Damage

Severe damage to the trunk of a tree can greatly affect the likelihood of your tree’s survival. In addition to any cracks or seams on the trunk, take a look at the bark on the tree — or lack thereof.

When a tree ages, old bark will fall off on its own and eventually be replaced by a new layer of bark if the tree is healthy. If new bark doesn’t reappear and areas of smooth wood remain, this can be an indicator your tree’s health is on the decline.

  1. Dead leader branches

A leader branch is one of the major branches of the tree stem. Leader branches depend on the kind of the tree, and some trees may have several leader branches. Trees with many leader branches mean that they are competing against each other for survival and dominance. When you prune your trees and select a leader branch incorrectly you may damage the trees ability to compete with surround trees. It is a natural phenomenon for trees to grow upright following the direction of the sun, certain layouts there can cause trees to grow outwards instead of vertically as they have the more room which may lead to long slander branches that may it to break under too much weight. You should prune them early in advance to avoid such damage.

  1. Leaf Rust

When you see orange, gold, or reddish spots rupturing leaf surfaces, you’re dealing with rust. While it rarely kills plants, rust fungus makes leaves unsightly and weakens the plant by interfering with photosynthesis, the process a plant uses to make food. Each plant species that is susceptible to rust, hosts a particular rust species that may vary from other rust species in appearance.

  1. The health of your tree

Anthracnose is a common disease that attacks a wide range of plants and trees. There are two ways Anthracnose disease can attack:

Spot Anthracnose that impacts tree leaves and blossoms and Canker that disrupts a tree’s vascular system.

Spot Anthracnose causes small light brown spots of dead tissue emerge on the leaves usually located along the leaf’s vein system and blossoms in the late spring and summer.

The disease is caused by a fungus that over-winters on the bark of the tree or on fallen leaves. In the spring, the fungus is spread by rain and wind, which transports the fungus to newly developing healthy leaves and blossoms. When the tree is severely infected over several seasons the fungus will infect and kill branches.

For more information about hiring the Tree Services team for the job – go to https://www.branchmanagement.com.au/contact/ or Phone: 02 4984 6996 or Mobile: 0419 289 223

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The Six Tips For Cost Effective Tree Removal This Summer

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Homes that are surrounded by overgrown trees are in danger from falling branches, leaves and trees.  They pose a fire threat and can cause excess shading. Your neighbour may also complain that your trees are getting too big and they are affecting their activities in their homes.

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Clearing and removing the trees from your garden or your compound will make your place more appealing to the eyes and give you peace of mind.  Branch Management  Tree Services companies is recommended as they are the professionals and qualified to perform the work.  Here are five tips for tree removal:

  1. DIY vs. hiring tree removal services

If you think that you are competent to do the job yourself you need to consider first, the height of your trees, and the removal of debris and off cuts. The removal of trees near your property and if damage may occur if not done correctly.  Do you have the tools, skills and experience required?

Branch Management is an integral part of maintaining your trees and reducing any risk.  It is always recommended that you find a Branch Management Tree Services professional to undertake the works.

  1. Cost

Tree removal is influenced by several factors such as the variety of the tree and the height of the tree.  Handling the tree will depend on the species of the tree since there are some that can be controlled while others are more dangerous and require machinery to help out, for example, a crane or elevated work platform. A tree with branches that are overhanging will also affect the price because it will take more time and caution to remove it.  Professional Branch Management Tree Removal company will often remove any debris and off cuts as part of their service but you need to make sure that it is part of the service before hire.

  1. Quotation

When hiring the services Professional Branch Management Tree Removal company, you need to be sure what they are charging you for. Quotations should always outline the scope of works and be itemized so both parties are clear. Ask whether or not they are going to grinding stumps and if the debris is being removed. There are many Professional Branch Management Tree Removal companies and asking the right questions and understanding what you are paying for is important.

  1. Comparing average costs

Make sure you research different Professional Branch Management Tree Removal companies in order to find the best price and service. After finding local Professional Branch Management Tree Removal companies, you should ask for an itemized quotation from each of them, compare prices and what services they are providing, some Professional Branch Management Tree Removal companies will price match, so don’t be scared to enquire. Whoever you decide to go with should be efficient with the right qualification, and the charges should be reasonable.

  1. Getting your job done offseason

Many Professional Branch Management Tree Removal companies will reduce cost in the off season, while charge full rates during fire or cyclone season, this is normally caused by a high workload due to clients leaving Branch Management and Tree Removal until the last minute.

  1. Insurance

You need to consider if the company your are engaging has Public liability insurance.  Public liability insurance covers negligence caused by reasonably foreseeable harm:

  • injury or death, example falling debris
  • for some occupations, negligent advice such as saying a generator is sufficient to power a business in a blackout and it turns out it is not, causing a loss
  • nervous shock, such as emotional distress or a recognised psychiatric illnesses
  • property damage, such as negligently causing a fire
  • consequential loss, which occurs in very rare cases where a negligent act causes a third party business to lose expected revenue.

Be prepared, hire a Professional Branch Management Tree Removal company today, so you aren’t caught out at the last minute. At Branch Management we strive to offer you quality, professional and safe Tree Services Newcastle and surrounding areas with competitive prices.

For more information about hiring the Tree Services team for the job – go to https://www.branchmanagement.com.au/contact/ or Phone: 02 4984 6996 or Mobile: 0419 289 223

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