Pruning and Remedial Works
This row of mature Cypress was constantly shedding limbs over the busy Foreshore Reserve
The Mornington Shire elected to undertake significant weight reduction & hazard pruning works rather than complete tree removal.
This individual tree formed part of a row of significant Oaks. Rigid support of a bifurcation was chosen to preserve the integrity of the stand.
This stand of Manchurian Pears is located in a rooftop Garden at Freshwater Place, Southbank. The area is buffeted regularly by strong winds.
Thinning & Crown reduction works are carried out annually. Prior to this, complete tree failure was becoming an issue.
Fantastic Heritage listed Fig hiding in Armadale.
The adjacent neighbour was suffering nuisance from low light levels, shedding of debris & bird/bat droppings.
Post pruning in line with Australian Standards & council permits
Some faults are better suited to rigid cabling if the tree is to be retained.
Magnificent old Flowering Gum in Portsea
Removal of deadwood & crown thinning works were carried out.
Old School bracing works
Unfortunately they are causing a fair degree of injury.
Pin-Oak located in the middle of a Pre-School play area.
Originally dynamic bracing was installed to support stem bifurcations
Unfortunately the local Cockatoos took a shine to it
Both braces were replaced with steel hardware.
Halfway through a cable installation with the Silverback
Example of a good wound response to a pruning cut on an Oak
Trees do all sorts of things when they have their heads lopped off.
Looking up through the canopy of a mature Pin-Oak after its been professionally pruned.