Ben has been in the industry for over 14 years and is the local tree services expert you can rely on. He is a professional, qualified climbing arborist, fully insured and prides himself on offering great customer service.
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Ben and the team at A B Trees are your local tree maintenance and removal experts. Ben has been in the industry for 14 years, is a fully-qualified arborist and also holds a Certificate of Horticulture. He is highly trained in pruning, reshaping, removing and maintaining the health of all types and sizes of trees, including palms. He and his team will get the job done right first time.
Whether you have one tree or a forest, Ben is happy to offer obligation-free advice. He can remove trees that are too large for their location or are growing too close to fences, houses and other structures. He can also trim back branches that may fall in strong winds or have become weakened with rot or other damage. Ben and his team will always try and save a tree wherever possible, as long as it is safe.
The team at A B Trees have a motto: Honest work, honest guys, honest prices. They pride themselves on being a reputable company with high standards. They will treat your home with respect and always leave your property clean and tidy after the job is completed. They really look after their customers which is why a huge part of their business comes from repeat business and referrals.
A B Trees is a reputable company which concentrates on high quality work. They are often called out to fix jobs which have been done cheaply by unqualified workmen. They use correct tree maintenance and pruning techniques and will never ask for upfront payment, like some unscrupulous businesses do.
You can rest assured that Ben will give you honest advice and a full appraisal of the work required. He and his team are punctual and reliable, which means you’ll never be waiting around. He’ll always let you know when they’ll arrive to start the job.
There’s no quicker and easier way to give your property a make-over than tidying up your trees. As well as looking great, life is so much easier when there are fewer leaves to rake and scoop out of your pool. You will also have the peace-of-mind knowing that your home and family are safe from falling branches and potentially hazardous trees.
When trees or branches come into contact with power lines, they can cause power failure, bushfires and serious accidents. Trees can also become ‘live’ which poses a serious risk to you and your family.
As a home owner or occupier, you are responsible for making sure that trees on your property stay clear of power lines all year round.
Attempting to prune trees around power lines can be dangerous and potentially fatal if you don’t have the right equipment and don’t know what you’re doing. Don’t take unnecessary risks, call Ben to make sure your trees comply with the regulations for your area, and make them safe.
There are many reasons why a tree might need removing. It might have been planted in the wrong place and is now causing damage to pipes and paving. Its overhanging branches could be dropping leaves into your pool or gutters, or it could be growing too close to the boundary fence. Whatever the reason, Ben will give you the best advice and complete any necessary tree removal job quickly and easily.
Regular trimming and pruning is recommended for your trees to stay healthy and strong. Dead or diseased tree branches can fall at any time causing damage to property, or worse, to you and your family. Ben is happy to drop by and inspect your trees and provide ongoing maintenance advice so your trees stay healthy, safe and look great in your garden.
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