What is Sutherland Shire Tree lopping?

The Sutherland Shire is a beautiful part of the  new south wales south coast, located about 30 mins south of sydney CBD area. One of the features of the Sutherland shire is the many waterways surrounded by beautiful bushland.

For the property owner, this bushland can cause mess or damage if not managed properly by experienced tree loppers or arborists. Some examples of trees that need to be managed are:

  • Dangerous overhanging limbs or branches
  • Dead or diseased wood
  • Trees coming in contact with power lines
  • roots damaging structures and services
  • Excessive leaf build up

In the case of dead trees they will mostly need to be removed rather than having maintenance. Dead trees could potentially blow over in the wind, damaging structures or causing personal injury. In the Sutherland shire it is a requirement that a council permit be obtained before removing any native flora.

Experienced Sutherland Shire area Tree Lopping are required for tree maintenance as these jobs carry a huge amount of risk to untrained persons. Tree lopping requires a huge amount of skills and techniques and also the right equipment. This includes specialised chainsaws, trucks, wood chippers, stump grinders and climbing equipment such as ropes, harnesses, pulleys, drums etc. Some jobs may need specialised access and require cranes, cherry pickers or boats to carry out a tree removal or maintenance procedure.

What Is Sutherland Shire Tree Lopping?
What Is Sutherland Shire Tree Lopping?

Sutherland shire tree lopping includes the following areas:

Cronulla, Miranda, Caringbah, Wooloware, gymea, port hacking, kareela, Sylvania, Kirrawee, Sutherland, Menai, Heathcote, engadine, Oyster bay.

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