Trees are beautiful masterpieces of mother nature and create beautiful visual appeal in your yard. Some species of tree live for 40-50 years but some like the Bristlecone Pine are said to live for up to 5000 years! This of course depends largely on the environment around them and if they get the care and nutrients they need.
If you live in an area that is prone to thunderstorms, tornados, hurricanes or cyclones this can greatly increase the risk of broken, falling branches and even loosening of the tree roots. Also trees with known weaker roots and softer wood are more prone to being a fall risk.
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It’s not just tree lopping the North Brisbane Trees team do…check out this EXTREME PLANTING!!
A regular customer of ours in Samford Valley had just had a dam constructed and had spoken with 3 other landscapers in Brisbane regarding the soil stabilisation of the 45 degree dam wall.
Unforunately, he couldn’t find a contractor willing to take on the job due to the steepness of the slope and the associated safety risks to staff. Cue, North Brisbane Trees.
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February 8, 2019 in News
Tree removals and tree lopping are best carried out by professionals with strong knowledge and public liability insurance.
They should also only be done with local council approval and permission. But as these 2 residents found out, the price to pay is heavy when you act without proper approvals. Read More >
August 30, 2018 in NewsWe recently read about Brisbane trees being ‘hacked’ by Energex contractors (by Ruth McCosker, Brisbane Times) and we felt as respectable tree professionals, we had to speak out. We share a grave concern for the welfare of the trees and the community that is impacted by this general lack of concern shown by Energex contractors when it comes to tree pruning and removals across Brisbane.
March 9, 2018 in News
There has been a huge uproar recently around a tree that was destroyed in Musgrave Park, West End due to the installation of a concrete slab for a basketball court. Read More >
January 2, 2018 in News
The team at North Brisbane Trees wishes you a very happy new year and the very best for 2018. Read More >
January 11, 2017 in News
Welcome to 2017 and we hope you had a great time over the holidays.
“The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.” – Chinese Proverb