Specialising in arboriculture has allowed us to refine our tree removal techniques and develop very efficient practices with high work standards, quicker turnarounds and often a sharper price!
The full removal of a tree may be required for any number of reasons. In many areas of Auckland medium to large trees still require resource consent to be granted before they can be removed.
We recommend you take a minute to read over our Tree Protection Laws section. In the event that your tree requires consent. We are often able to arrange consent free of charge depending on the specific situation. Contact us now for a free quote>
We can remove trees even when near delicate objects such as glass roofs and greenhouses using sectional felling. We have the ability to use a number of different rigging methods to lower branches while sectional felling. Our specialist knowledge of techniques allows us to pick the most appropriate one for your situation. This saves you both time and money.
The video opposite shows one of our crews dismantling two medium-sized radiata pines next to a very expensive artificial lake then another at a local school next to tennis courts.
Tree removal via crane is a variation of sectional felling where, rather than lowering each piece with ropes and pulleys, the cut pieces are lifted out with a crane. By utilising a crane, much larger pieces can be removed with each cut making it a lot faster. The pieces can then be lifted over obstacles, such as buildings and fences, and safely placed in a convenient area for processing.
Although cranes can be relatively expensive, the time they save can make them worth considering. The use of a crane also increases worker safety, minimises clean-up requirements and can allow very large trees to be removed with absolutely zero damage to even the most delicate gardens. In some situations a crane is the only option.
Contrary to popular belief, straight felling (dropping the entire tree in one piece) is not used that often due to the potential damage it can do to the surroundings. Although this is by far the quickest method in some situations, Tree King arborists only utilise it when there is zero risk of property damage. To aid control we will often use guide ropes, winches and felling wedges. This ensures the tree will fall exactly where it needs to go.
Tree King holds independently audited certification in Safety, Environmental and Quality standards. We are committed to maintaining the highest performance in all parts of our operation with a focus on continuous improvement in our business systems.
It was a ridiculously hot day and they worked virtually nonstop to get the job completed. It was done exactly as agreed, all timber stacked and manageable and the left tidy.