Trees enrich our lives and provide a variety of ecosystem services. Their sheer beauty and the rustle of a breeze through their leaves is therapeutic, and they provide us with shade, they provide us with wood to build homes and make furniture, they offer homes for birds and animals and their changing colours through the different seasons are a delight to behold. They beautify our forests, private gardens, parks and city sidewalks.
Sometimes trees need to be cut down for land development, and we are also often faced with the dilemma of emergency tree removal when a violent storm has damaged a tree in such a way that it is a danger to people. High winds can uproot trees and cause them severe damage.
The costs of maintaining trees as well as the fear of litigation results in many people unnecessarily cutting down trees they believe may be problematic and which could have been saved just with some maintenance.
People’s safety is always an important consideration with emergency tree removal and Banksia Arborcare don’t only offer professional tree services, as arborists, the health and safety management of trees is their business. They also educate the public on how to maintain trees to ensure a safe and green urban environment.
If you are planning a new garden, a reputable and knowledgeable arborist can advise you about which trees will best suit your size garden. The owner of Bansia Arborcare, Chris, knows everything about trees and is qualified in Arboriculture, Tree Surgery, Horticulture and Landscape Trade.
When it comes to emergency tree removal, you want a team who are members of the National Arborists Association of Australia & International Society of Arboriculture (Australian Chapter) Ltd. This is because cutting down a magnificent tree can be an emotional decision, and you want highly qualified professionals who don’t just cut down trees willy nilly. You want concerned people who assess each delicate situation, taking into account maturity and aesthetics of the tree. Even trees that are still alive need to be removed if they are interfering with electrical wiring or causing damage to buildings.