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One of the biggest jobs we perform is transplanting trees. From young to more mature trees, we understand that sometimes, while you might love it, the tree is simply not in the right spot. While many people attempt to move...

A tree or arborist report is a document that documents the arborist’s assessment of the tree or trees in question and provides detailed data on a range of concerns from common identification items to the health, vigour and size of...

Did you know that hot weather can be just as damaging and hazardous to trees as stormy weather? Combine this with a wind and not only do you have perfect weather for a bushfire, but you also have the right...

At Daryl’s Tree Care and Surgery, one of our areas of expertise is in providing hazardous tree assessments. Our managing director Daryl, recommends regularly conducting inspections of the trees in your garden, as even the healthiest trees can quickly become...

It is well known that trees in urban areas provide a range of benefits to the surrounding suburbs, from filtering the air, reducing rainwater runoff and storing carbon. However, some of the subtle benefits are not as well known. For example, one...

The arborist and tree care industry is a notoriously dangerous workplace. The wrong cut to a branch and trees can easily come down, damaging people and property in the process. At Daryl’s Tree Care and Surgery, we were founded with the...

Mulch can provide a range of benefits for your garden. A natural way of creating healthy plants: it is nature’s way of protecting both plants and soil. Mulch is naturally created in large quantities all the time, from fallen leaves,...

While at first any tree servicing may seem simple, the truth is that the entire process is extremely complicated. With inadequate experience or technical knowledge, a simple pruning job can turn into a dangerous exercise. Simple mistakes can become hazardous...