When trees grow too close to electrical service wires, they represent a fire hazard. If you think a tree on your site is too close to service wires, contact Trav's Tree Services. Our qualified arborists are highly experienced — they can trim your trees back in no time.
We'll assess the site and give you comprehensive advice on your trees.
And transparent quotes for all service wire clearances performed.
And we'll trim your trees within the quoted time frame.
With public liability cover of up to $20 million.
Who can safely and expertly cut your tree back from power lines.
When we arrive at your site, we'll take a look at all your trees. We'll let you know whether other trees pose a risk and which preventative action you can take. If you have any questions, we're happy to help you out. We work across a range of different kinds of sites–from aged care facilities and primary schools to council land and construction sites.
Trav's Tree Services is made up of experts who are:
Send an enquiry with the details of the job, and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.
We'll visit your site, and assess the trees. We'll work out what
You may need to get a tree removal permit from the council to remove or change any of the trees on your site. We can help you apply.
We'll arrive at your site on the agreed-upon day. We'll bring our own equipment to perform the job.
We'll make sure we leave the site clean, and run any wood and debris through our chipper to turn it into mulch.
We specialise in tree care and maintenance for residential homes. Whether you need a dead, dangerous, or unwanted tree removed or advice on preventative care for your trees, we can help. While we're at your site, we're happy to answer any questions you have on your other trees.
Whether you need an arborist report for an aged care facility or a full site clearance for upcoming building construction, we have the experience and expertise to help you. We can also help with applications for council permits, and can help you fill out the required paperwork.
When trees grow within a metre of an insulated electric service line and 2 metres of a bare wire service line, they become a potential danger hazard. When branches fall, or strong winds push the tree towards the wireline, it can cause the power lines to clash. This can cut the power to your home, start a fire, or cause the power line to fall to the ground where it could injure or electrocute someone.
You should always engage professional tree care technicians like Trav's Tree Services to perform any tree trimming near electrical wires. We've got the skills and expertise to trim trees safely, and we're fully insured and hold public liability cover. If you try to trim your tree yourself, you could be at risk of hurting yourself or others, and end up with an insurance lawsuit.
If any tree limbs already touch or lie on the power lines, we may need to consult the power company. We may need to ask them to temporarily cut the power supply to your home before we begin trimming the tree. We'll add this to our considerations when we perform the initial on-site evaluation.
Yes. At Trav's Tree Services, we bring all our own equipment and machinery for every job. We use industry-leading gear, and comply with all OH&S practices.
With every job you book with Trav's Tree Services, we'll conduct a free on-site quote.
Please provide your contact details and full address so we can book your quote.
Got a problem with your trees but don't know which service you need? Contact us and we'll let you know what we can do.