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We can remove both large and small trees. Tree felling is a specialised area that requires knowledge of council regulations and the dangers involved.
RKG Tree Services only use fully qualified fully insured tree Arborists and tree climbing experts to deal with your tree removals. Our professional Tree Arborists have a background in horticulture and landscaping and can assess your trees to provide you with safer, healthier trees and to predict and minimise or avoid future tree problems. We offer full tree pruning services and can assist with trimming tree branches that are over hang your house and power lines. All tree pruning / shaping is performed by our qualified Arborists
Tree stump grinding is the most effective way to remove unwanted and unattractive tree stumps from the ground.
Ugly tree stumps can ruin your landscaping and as a tree stump dries out it can become a breeding ground for pests. We can perform tree stump grinding and removal services on existing tree stumps or as part of a tree removal.
A new tree is an investment that adds more value to your home with each passing year.
To ensure that you get the most value possible from your new tree (or shrub), it’s essential that you plant the right tree in the right place using the right methods. And that’s not always as easy as you may think.
Overgrown shrubs and dead trees can make your home and yard look unkempt, so it’s important to have unsightly bushes and trees removed. You’ll be amazed at how great your property looks once these blemishes are eliminated!
While most trees in nature do fine on their own, they don’t always look the way you’d like them to look in your yard. Proper pruning helps to keep trees properly shaped, healthy and free from potential safety hazards.
Unlike pruning hedges or many fruit trees, pruning ornamental trees—such as Dogwood, Flowering Cherry, Magnolia, Snowbell, or Japanese Maple—involves mostly thinning to enhance natural branching patterns, open up views to trunks, and reduce the overall density.
Although the growth habits vary between types of trees, the basic principles of thinning and redirecting apply to most. Some trees need very little, if any, pruning. For the rest that do need pruning, here are the basics to get you started.