What we offer

Here are a few reasons why clients choose Tree Doctor Tasmania:

Climbing Aboriculture and Emergency Storm Services

When a tree is positioned in a tight spot or on uneven ground it can often be difficult to remove or prune. To remove these potential safety hazards, we have specialized arborists that are trained in Climbing Arboriculture. These professionals safely remove tree limbs as they climb.

Storms may cause limbs or entire trees to fall and land on homes, vehicles, or other structures. We safely perform emergency tree service to remove hazards and risks from trees on your property.

Pruning and Tree Removal

Proper tree trimming or pruning techniques require many years of study both in the classroom and outdoors in the field. Our arborists combine science and artistry to properly prune trees.

Trees also have to be removed for a variety of reasons including decline, death, safety hazards to the public and construction. Let us safely handle your tree removal project.

Chipping and Cherry Picking

When a tree is removed the crew are happy to chip and block the remaining limbs and trunk. The small limbs and foliage can be chipped into mulch for you to use in the garden, and larger wood is blocked into firewood to keep you warm on cold nights. If you'd prefer that we take the foliage offsite, we can do that too.

Need tree services at great heights? No problem! We have a fleet of Cherry Pickers (EWP) to get the job done.

Excavation, Digging and Stump Removal

Removing large limbs and shifting large masses of soil are no problem for our team. With our large fleet of machinery, we can help get the job done.

Stumps are not only safety hazards, but they can also attract harmful insects including termites, ants and other wood boring pests. Stump grinding is the safest and most effective way to remove a tree stump.

Our Clients

Receive a complementary consultation from our experienced team by calling 0427 024 401.  We provide tree care services for residential, commercial and home owner associations in northern Tasmania.