Have you ever sat and thought about how beneficial a tree is? It improves air quality, reduces the urban heat island effect, and provides shelter for wildlife in our beautiful Sydney. It also drastically improves our moods. We can’t ignore the fact that it makes our properties look beautiful and increases their value.

Yet, like all living creatures, a tree deals with a lot of problems on its own. It’s not just an object that happens to need sunlight, water, and fertilisers. Sometimes, it needs our help and interference, which can start from something as little as trimming and go as far as tree removal.

While it sounds counterproductive at first, there are many reasons for tree removal. The tree could be damaged, unhealthy, dead, overgrown, misplaced, unsightly, and so on.

The wrong trees can either lower the value of your property or lead to catastrophic tree failure that puts people in harm’s way. Also, a dying tree won’t be able to help the environment because it can’t even help itself.

While it can be tempting to put on a rolled-up flannel and denim overalls and get down to business on smaller trees, we heavily advise against it when it comes to large trees. Tree removal isn’t child’s play, and many DIY enthusiasts ended up endangering themselves and their properties for doing a job that needs a professional.

So, it needs to be done by qualified arborists. If you’re interested in getting a tree removed, inspected, or maintained, our professionals with over four decades of experience in the tree service industry at Tip It Rubbish Removal are more than happy to help.

Why Is Tree Removal Important?

Before contacting your tree removal company, it’s important to know why we do it.

1. Unhealthy

Just like all living creatures, trees get sick. When left unattended, tree diseases can kill parts of a tree, such as leaves, branches, twigs, trunks, fruits, and flowers, or even the whole thing, in which case it will need removal.

Diseased or unhealthy trees are typically beyond any pruning or trimming. They can also lead to the infection or infestation of nearby trees.

Bringing in a qualified arborist will at least help you diagnose with a trained eye what exactly went wrong with the tree and what the next step should be, whether it’s tree removal or something else.

2. Overgrown

Everyone has probably seen an overgrown tree before; it looks large, invasive, and dangerous. When left unmaintained, trees can get out of control and cause tensions between neighbours that could lead to court. Even worse, it could lead to bodily harm or serious property damage. Needless to say, overgrown trees ruin the appeal of your home or place of business as well.

So, if your tree is starting to cross property lines, block important views, or make your property look like it’s been taken over by Poison Ivy, it’s time for tree surgeons to step in.

3. Damaged

External forces like floods, storms, cyclones, and hurricanes do a lot of damage to the toughest buildings out there, so imagine what they could do to a living creature like a tree. They can knock down trees, uproot them, break their branches and trunks, peel their bark, and so much more.

If your area has just experienced a severe weather condition, it’s highly recommended to get your trees professionally inspected, even if they look fine to your inexperienced eye. Our team’s biggest priority is to ensure the safety of your trees, property, family or co-workers, and, of course, you.

4. Eyesore

One of the main reasons people plant trees at their home or place of business is to have a beautiful piece of greenery to look at. So, when a tree looks too messy or unsightly, it kind of defeats its purpose.

If you’re trying to sell a property or have clients visit your office while there’s an ugly-looking tree outside, it will ruin the appeal of the place and affect the quality of your life.

So, if a tree looks too ugly for you to keep it, contact our professional tree specialists, and they will tell you what the next step will be.

5. Misplaced

If your tree hasn’t been planted by qualified arborists, chances are it stands in the wrong place. In fact, it happens more often than you think.

It can be too close to a building, sewage or power lines, or road, which compromises everyone’s safety. Sometimes, amateurs plant large tree species in small areas. They also plant them too close to each other and end up with a ridiculously overcrowded garden.

So, the best thing you can do is call professional tree services for safe tree removal to inform you of how to avoid beginner mistakes in the future.

Tree Removal Services by Tip It Rubbish Removal

Whatever it is that your Sydney tree needs, the Tip It Rubbish Removal company can provide it. We remove, prune, cut, lop, stump, handle green waste, and more at the most affordable tree service prices in Sydney, Australia.

Our trusted team, with decades of experience under their belts, is at your service 24/7 so that whenever you need assistance or consultation, you get it.

Tree Removal

If taking down a large tree intimidates you, you’re a wise one. Tree removal needs experience, knowledge, proper equipment, and understanding of on-site issues. That’s why you should call for tree removal experts.

Palm Tree Removal

Tree pruning is one of the most important steps of tree maintenance, and doing it regularly will prevent the need to remove the tree in the first place. This simple task keeps the tree safe, healthy, and in shape.

Doing so also helps you identify problems once they arise, as opposed to neglecting the tree until it’s too late. Tree pruning may seem costly at first, but it saves you a lot of money in the long run. So, contact us today and set up a pruning schedule for the necessary tree care.

Tree Pruning

External forces like floods, storms, cyclones, and hurricanes do a lot of damage to the toughest buildings out there, so imagine what they could do to a living creature like a tree. They can knock down trees, uproot them, break their branches and trunks, peel their bark, and so much more.

If your area has just experienced a severe weather condition, it’s highly recommended to get your trees professionally inspected, even if they look fine to your inexperienced eye. Our team’s biggest priority is to ensure the safety of your trees, property, family or co-workers, and, of course, you.

Tree Lopping

Most people mistake tree lopping for pruning and vice versa. Technically, they’re both a form of tree trimming or cutting.

Pruning is a more minimal, regular step in maintenance that focuses more on cutting off diseased or infected branches and strengthening the tree’s immunity. On the other hand, lopping tree branches modifies the shape of the tree, controls its direction of growth, and downsizes it.

Either way, these jobs need qualified arborists with the proper tools. Also, some trees are protected against pruning and lopping services by local councils. We, at Tip It Rubbish Removal, are aware of the laws and regulations and provide our services accordingly.

Stump Removal

Most people think about tree removal without even considering what to do with the stump. Contrary to popular belief, stump removal is important because stumps rot when left behind and become a home for pests. Stumps and their roots also pose a threat to any trees you’d like to plant in the future.

Removing them can be really challenging for an amateur. It’s a lot of heavy lifting and elbow grease, but when done by professionals, it leaves a clean slate for you to start again.

Stump Grinding

Some people prefer to get stump grinding instead because it’s quicker, less intensive, and more eco-friendly. If you’re not sure which option is the right one for you, a free quote can help you come closer to making the right decision.

Green Waste Disposal

Most people think about tree removal but not about what happens afterwards. Tree work often leaves behind a ton of green waste, especially if it’s done on large trees, which is an aspect of tree care most DIY homeowners don’t think of enough before they jump into the work themselves.

Thankfully, our experienced team at Tip It Rubbish Removal will come with a heavy-duty woodchipper to turn large branches and stump into useful pulp. Disposing of green waste in the most eco-friendly way is what our mission is about because no tree is useless, even when removed.

Do You Need Permission to Cut Down a Tree in NSW?

Tip It Rubbish Removal only operates ethically and legally. We understand the client’s need to remove a tree, but we also keep in mind the effect that it may have on the environment, as we care about preserving the urban forest as well.

So, before you make a decision on Sydney tree removal, understand that your local council controls all trees on public and private land. Some trees cannot be cut or even pruned without the council’s permission, while others don’t need council approval at all.

Each local council has its own set of rules and regulations, so check yours to make sure that you’re in the clear and get the council approval before you get any outside assistance. Doing so will prevent you from breaking the law or paying penalties that could have been easily avoided.

Tree Removal Costs

One of the most common questions that we get is about tree removal costs. Many factors come into play when calculating how much a tree removal Sydney-wide costs. A quick and easy tree removal job doesn’t equate to one that takes time and effort and exposes workers to hazards.

The tree removal costs differ depending on the tree’s size, species, condition, accessibility, location, surroundings, and the number of workers needed to do the job.

Generally speaking, small jobs start from $189, medium jobs start from $349, and larger jobs start from $649. If you’re unsure about the size of the job you need, call us at (02) 8999 5060

Either way, you can always get a competitive free quote where a qualified arborist will assess the tree removal services you need and inform you about how much the job will cost before you make any commitments.

Does Anyone Remove Trees for Free?

Everybody is aware of how costly a job like tree removal can be, especially if you’re trying to remove large trees. It’s a job that needs expertise, equipment, and efficiency. It’s always smart to get a free quote here and there to see what price suits you best.

Also, try to ask for group discounts, meaning that you’ll get a better price if you remove multiple trees at once because it’s less work for the team to move from one site to another for an individual tree. You can also lower the price by keeping the leftover wood and chopping it yourself into firewood.

That being said, some small companies actually agree to tree removal free of charge. Mainly, commercial hardwood mills and local hardwood dealers do it for the wood. However, if your tree is so damaged that they can’t even use or sell its wood, chances are they won’t do it for free. It never hurts to ask around.

Book Us Now!

By now, you should have a pretty good idea about what type of tree removal Sydney residents and businesses can enjoy from Tip It Rubbish Removal. Our experienced team and arborists are at your service 24/7 to assess your tree, answer any questions, inform you of what’s to come, and take care of your tree.

If that sounds good to you, call us now at (02) 8999 5060 and book your free quote. Your tree won’t remove itself.



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