The decline in tree cover in many parts of Australia, combined with pests and disease has resulted in a need for tree removal. Trees in high-growth areas are vulnerable to attacks by termites, beetles, and other pests. The most hazardous tree is the pine tree. The pine tree can cause substantial property damage and injury. The Hills District Sydney offers a tree-friendly approach to tree removal that minimises damage and protects the existing tree cover. The Hills District is the leading central business region for tree removal in Australia.
The first major transformation came in the form of tree removal from residential properties without a use of commercial mulch. Prior to the introduction of tree removal in the North Rocks, the process of tree removal was strictly adhered to with the assistance of an old-fashioned hand pick. The service provider would carefully remove large branches in the back yard or large tree trunks on the land. The old adage there is no cure but patience was widely applied.
The need for tree removal in the region was not new. The problem was more acute at that time because of the lack of technical knowledge. The answer to the problem was provided when the Australian government announced a program to encourage the growth of trees in the Central Hills. The Hills District is an amalgamation of three rural communities: Belapia, Kingsbury and Greenmount. The Hills district was chosen as the ideal place to recycle because of its natural bush environment, clean air, temperate climate and pleasant landscape.
The next step was to establish a tree care program that would result in the continuous maintenance of the landscaped gardens and parks. The first step was to establish an arborist who had expertise in tree care and removal. The arborist was to be recruited from the local council to manage the recruitment and training of local arborists. The selection of an arborist was based on his qualifications, professional experience and his ability to get along with the residents. The selection process required the local council to approve the arborist before he started any work.
The next step was to tree removal. The tree removal in North Rocks prepared drawings of the areas that required tree removal and other information that the community needed to know. The drawings were made according to the specifications of the soil type, the shape and the size of the trees in the catchment area. The thickness of the soil was taken into account and a professional tree lopping system was used to facilitate the operation of the ground clearing. The next step in the process was to hand pick the best trees that would grow in the selected catchment area.
The final stage of tree removal in North Rocks involved the grinding or felling of the trees. Grinding of the trees took place at the lower end of the stumps using axe and chisels, or at the top of the stumps using a hydraulic axe and chisel. The grinding of the tree took approximately one day. The final step in the process was the disposal of the dead stump. This was usually done using a router that had been dipped in stump remover.
The felling or grinding of the tree removal in North Rocks was subject to public notice by the local council as part of the community notification procedure. A sign was put up, notifying the public that the operation of this service would be taking place. The method of felling the tree varied by authority. In the case of unincorporated areas it was the responsibility of the town manager to arrange for the operation of this service.
The arborist who performed the professional tree removal in North Rocks was paid by the local council under the Consolidated Places Act. The authority of the area in which the stumps were located always had the prior written authority of the local council. The authority of the area in which the stump grinding took place always had the prior written authority of the local council. The local authorities had the right to suspend the operating of the said service if they felt the arborist was not performing his or her duties in a reasonable manner. The arborist was expected to follow all applicable laws and regulations regarding stump grinding, felling and grinding of stumps in similar cases. For more information on stump grinding, felling and grinding of stumps in the hills area contact your local council. Contact The Hills Tree Removal now at www.thehillstreeremoval.com.au for pine tree removal, hazardous tree removal, or tree trunk removal services.