Tree Removal

Professional Tree Removal Service

Removing a tree is often the last resort when pruning and other options are insufficient or unsuitable. Fortunately, the team at MD Tree Work can provide a safe and efficient tree removal service. Our tree disposal and tree removal contractors boast the expertise, experience and equipment to handle unsightly or dangerous trees that are dead, dying, diseased and/or obtrusive. In addition, we can provide professional tree stump removal in Melbourne to create more space on your property.

Reasons for Cutting Down a Tree

Reasons for cutting down a tree and removing tree stumps on your property can vary ranging from aesthetics to safety. A tree will need to be removed if and when it has died or become diseased and might split or fall, presenting a serious risk to people and surrounding property. Other reasons that require the removal of trees include:

  • The tree roots are damaging the foundations of your property or putting pressure or utilities
  • Creating more space is required for planned land developments and property renovations
  • Clearing space in front yards and backyards for gardening, landscaping or other purposes
  • Eliminating invasive pests that threaten other trees or plants and nearby structures
  • Encouraging new growth for a healthier and more vibrant ecosystem

From fallen tree removal and palm tree removal in the eastern suburbs through to tree dismantling services and more, there’s nothing we can’t help you with. As one of the best local tree removal companies, we’re sure you’ll be impressed with and satisfied by our service. Reach out to us to get started today!

How Much Does Tree Removal Cost?

Are you wondering “how much is tree stump removal and tree removal?” The cost of the job will vary based on the size, accessibility and overall condition of the tree. We can conduct a free health and hazard assessment which allows us to assess trees, after which we can formulate an appropriate strategy and give you a more accurate answer to the question “how much does tree removal cost?”

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If you’re looking for a trusted tree removal company that can provide the best service, you can’t go wrong choosing MD Tree Work. Give us a call on 0434 542 665, send an email or fill out our online enquiry form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible with a free quote. Contact us today!

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Frequently asked questions

Arborists are specially trained professionals who care for trees. They are responsible for assessing the health of trees, diagnosing and treating any problems, and recommending appropriate treatments.

Arborists use a variety of techniques to maintain healthy trees, including pruning, hedging, and tree conservation. They also have the necessary equipment to reach areas most other people can’t.

If you’re looking for someone to help you with your trees, contact MD Tree Work. We offer a range of arborist services, including tree removal, tree conservation, and hedging. We serve clients in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs.

The simple answer to this question is yes, you can get fined for cutting down a tree without the appropriate permission from your council. Trees are an important part of our environment and play a vital role in our ecosystem, so it’s important to seek the correct permissions before felling one.

If you’re thinking of having a tree removed from your property, the first step is to contact your local council and request a tree removal permit. The application process will vary from council to council, but generally, you’ll need to provide some details about the tree, including its species, location, and size. You may also need to supply a reason for why you want the tree removed.

Once you have the permit, you’ll need to engage a qualified arborist to carry out the work. They will need to provide proof of insurance and workers compensation, as well as a copy of the tree removal permit.

It’s important to note that even with a permit, there are still some restrictions on tree removal. For example, you may not be able to remove a tree that’s classified as ‘heritage’, or that’s located in a conservation area. If you’re unsure about whether you can remove a particular tree, it’s best to seek advice from your local council or a qualified arborist.

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