The Many Aspects of Tree Pruning by Tree Arborist Melbourne

A tree arborist Melbourne is often called a tree surgeon because of his ability to offer comprehensive tree care. There is no aspect that he is not skilled at – tree and stump removal, tree selection and planting, hazardous tree management, setting up possum guards to protect fruit trees from the predators, strengthening decayed and damagedtrees and very importantly, tree pruning and tree trimming services.

Tree pruning is taken up for a number of reasons. The first is to preserve the health of trees. Dead and decaying branches and limbs are cut off to preserve the wellbeing of trees and to save it from widespread infection. It might even entail doing away with a few adjoining live branches. Secondly, tree arborist Melbourne is often called in for hazardous tree assessment and to evaluate if there is any structurally weak tree which might cause harm to life and property if it topples over in a public place. Tree pruning to cut away weak limbs becomes very crucial then. And finally, trimming is done for landscape management. Trimming for structural enhancement will not only beautify the landscape, it will do away with dense canopies overhead that block out air and sunlight to plants below. This is also known as selective crown thinning, a task that requires all the expertise of a tree arborist Melbourne.

Daryl’s Tree Care is one of the leading arborists in Melbourne and Daryl the company’s managing director has over 20 years of experience in this field. Apart from tree care, the company prepares reports and undertakes surveys of hazardous trees in their area of operation. Tree pruning is an intricate task and requires specialized machinery and skilled manpower. If you need advice on your garden or estate maintenance, give them a call and they will access your need and give you exactly what you desire.



COVID-19 UPDATE

Daryl’s Tree Care

To all our valued clients and the wider community

Amid the COVID-19 health crisis, we are still operating as usual, until advised otherwise by the governing bodies.

We are adhering to strict social distancing and hygiene practises, to help keep our staff and clients safe and healthy.

Clients do not need to be in our presence during quotational visits, or on the day of the tree works.

We are happy for any necessary communication to be done by telephone, if preferred.

We thank you for your understanding and send you all our best wishes.