The field of tree removal is a fast growing service in Victoria. As environmental concerns
decrease green space requirements, this service is becoming more competitive. The main
causes of trees in these areas are pests, disease, weather/cyclical stress, and tree growth.
Trees can also be removed due to soil erosion or improperly cleared land. Preventive measures
are better than curative. Before a tree is cut down, let’s take a look at the causes.
- Public land, and other public infrastructure, are often a problem area. Trees are often included
in road, green belt, and other public infrastructure. Public Land includes National Parks,
Conservation Areas, Forests and Invasive Species Prevention Areas, and National Parks. As a
condition for leasing these properties, tree removal is often required.
- A major problem for most people in this country is power lines. It can be very costly to remove
power lines. In some cases, it may be necessary to remove a power cable to clear a roadway.
Trees near power lines may also need to be removed for structural reasons, or for safety,
Trees will often grow near power lines or other structures. Tree removal is sometimes necessary
because it is not allowed to dig under a tree. The tree may need to be removed because it
obstructs a sidewalk, driveway, sidewalk sign or street sign, or because it creates a hazard for
motorists or pedestrians.
Dead trees can pose a danger if they are removed. They are an eyesore and often have an
unsightly stump. It is often difficult to find a stump that has become a hazard and to remove it.
There are many laws and regulations that deal with this problem in different cities and countries.
You can apply to the city for a permit to cut down a dead tree if it poses a danger to safety or is
otherwise unacceptable. Permits can be obtained through the city hall or by contacting the city
Most homeowners are fairly familiar with the process of removing trees. However, they don’t
know much about it. Tree care contractors have the ability to safely and painlessly remove trees.
They will work closely with you to determine the best way of removing the tree. They will
consider the type of tree, its size, how far it needs to be moved, and other factors. They will also
work with you to get the job done according to your budget.
- If you want a certain type of tree to be removed, talk to the service about it. They will often
advise you if the tree should or shouldn’t be cut for aesthetic or structural reasons. If the stump is
too large that a regular dumpster cannot handle, they will assist you in deciding how to dispose
of it. This is an important decision as many stumps are difficult to remove. A professional tree
care provider can help you move the stump if it is too big or difficult to move on your own.
- A professional should be hired to remove a tree. This step should not be skipped as it can
result in serious injury, death, and property damage. Tree removal stump removal experts are
much more knowledgeable than you and can ensure that the tree is removed safely and without
any complications. They will complete the job quickly and leave you with the space that you
If you’re not a certified tree-removal specialist, do not attempt to remove the stump yourself.
Even if you’re experienced, there may be times when a stump poses a risk to your property.
These situations can be handled by trained professionals. They may be able to help you remove
the tree from its current location. Sometimes they will need to be brought in to help remove the
- Check local and state regulations concerning tree removal. Some states allow homeowners the
freedom to remove trees from their property without obtaining a permit. Some states require
homeowners get a permit in order to remove trees. Private property owners must abide by the
local regulations regarding tree removal.
Check the state and local regulations for tree removal permits. Each state has different laws
pertaining to tree removal and trimming permits. Some states require the tree to be removed
within a set time and with a specific equipment. Others only require that the tree be removed and
trimmed to no more than four inches in diameter. For clarification on the type of permit you
require, contact your local Forest Service branch or Department of Agriculture