Taking care of trees and their stumps has a bit of science behind it. Trees come in different shapes, heights and have a range of stem and root systems. Having the right tools and equipment will be needed to remove the tree safely and efficiently. If you are having trees removed to plant new trees you need to think ahead.
When you are removing trees you need to consider what will happen in the future.
When placing new plants and trees in the garden it is best to do some research of how big the size of the plant is going to grow to roughly, what kind of soil it is suited to and general health and maintenance will help keep the plant in good condition. Certain trees attract different kinds of insects and are more susceptible to disease.
All trees and plants need water to live and survive but too much can actually drown them too, so finding the right balance of good soil and a water regime that suits the plant will save costs in the future, keeping the root systems healthy as well. When trees die they are an eyesore and removal can seem difficult. Contacting a professional specialist can ensure that the tree is removed safely and with debris taken away.
It is important to keep in mind what maintenance of trees will be needed to the safeguard passing traffic, pedestrians, houses and fencing, depending on the location of where they are, have you considered the size the new trees will grow too, such as a small cottage block will not be suitable for a large tree with a big canopy.
It goes without saying that you care for something it will help it grow and trees and plants are no different. Keeping plants and trees trimmed will stop overgrowth and plant life taking over areas that are not wanted eg over neighbour fences.
Contact Ray at Armac Stump Grinding, Tree Removal and Yard Cleanups on 0448 442 477 or 9797 0942 for a no fuss, no obligation quote.
There are many ways to give your garden a makeover. One of these ways is by removing existing trees to plant new vegetation in their place. Your reasons for planting new trees or plants could be they are easier to maintain, they fit into a themed garden design or they may be needed as the existing trees are unhealthy or dying.
The task of tree removal is not as straight forward as it may appear. As trees come in varying shapes and sizes with differing stems and root systems, all tree removal is not the same. For this reason, it’s recommended to have trees removed by a professional like Ray and his team at ARMAC Stump Grinding Tree Removal and Yard Clean Up. Professional tree removal ensures a tree is removed safely and correctly plus can include stump grinding to ensure no trace of the tree remains.
Read on to learn a few tips on what you should consider when having trees removed to plant new plantings in your garden including:
Before placing new trees and plants in the garden there is some research that should be done first. It is important to know the structure of the tree, what kind of soil it is suited to and general health and maintenance that will be required to keep your new plantings healthy.
All trees and plants need water to live and survive, but did you know you can overwater certain plants and trees? It’s important your new plantings will be able to receive the right amount of water that will keep their root system healthy. To conserve water, a good soil is also recommended that will hold water and ensure water reaches down to the roots of the tree or plant.
It is important to keep in mind the size a tree will grow to. Depending on where they are located you must ensure they aren’t a hazard to passing traffic, pedestrians, houses and fencing. Regular maintenance of the tree will also be required so consider the upkeep of the tree when choosing what is right for you.
Ray and his team are your first point of call for all your tree removal and stump grinding needs in Bunbury and surrounding areas. Local specialists operating under strict safety guidelines and standards, ARMAC Stump Grinding are reliable and professional with their range of yard services to satisfy your needs. For a free quote, phone Ray on 0448 442 477 today.
After a long and hot summer, many South West residents are looking forward to cooler weather ahead. Autumn typically brings sunny days with lower temperatures however, when autumn turns to winter, the sunny days are replaced with rain, winds and storms. For this reason, it’s important to ensure your garden is prepared for the winter weather ahead.
While there is a long list of suggestions to ensure your garden is prepared for winter, read on to learn 5 ways to prepare your garden for winter including:
An unhealthy or damaged tree is more susceptible to falling during the fierce winds and storms of winter. Inspect trees for signs of damage and call a professional to have unhealthy or damaged trees removed. Signs of an unstable tree can include a tree that is leaning more than usual, has a build-up of soil on the side opposite the lean or has visible roots around the base of the tree.
Having beautiful large trees is not only aesthetically pleasing, but provides beautiful shade during the summer. Fast forward a few months to winter and the higher the tree, the bigger the risk of potential damage. Strong and gale force winds can cause entire trees to be uprooted or considerable structural damage to occur. Large branches can fall onto roofs, fencing, gutters, sheds, patios or even through windows. Cutting or pruning trees before winter is a job best left to a professional, they have the experience and expertise not to mention the correct equipment to ensure safety too.
Having gutters clear of leaves, dirt and debris will ensure water can freely flow through gutters and down drainpipes when winters rain arrives. Having water flowing away from your home will help to minimise the risk of it entering your home and causing damage.
Some vegetation thrives in winter while others aren’t suited to the colder weather. Remove any vegetable plantings that aren’t favourable to winter and plant hardy vegetables for the winter months. If your vegetable patch includes herbs, some are suitable for winter and can tolerate the cold weather, while others will need some extra help.
Before winter arrives, pack up and store outdoor furniture that won’t be used during the winter months. Doing so will protect the furniture from being damaged by rain plus also prevent it from being blown around during strong winds and storms.
When it comes to tree removal and tree trimming, hire a professional and ensure your property is winter ready. With competitive prices, expert advice and over 15 years industry experience, call Ray on 0448 442 477 for a FREE quote and to discuss all your tree removal and tree pruning needs.
A healthy tree is lovely to look at, has environmental benefits and can provide an abundance of shade. However, as beneficial as trees are, for various reasons they can become unhealthy, damaged or even die.
While damaged or dead trees may appear to be perfectly stable and not causing any harm, it’s important to ensure removing them is made a priority. Read below to learn more including:
Trees on your property should be inspected regularly to ensure their good health. A trained professional has the expertise to identify signs of a decaying tree however there are warning signs property owners should be on the lookout for. Signs of a damaged or decaying tree includes a tree that is leaning to one side, a tree with exposed roots, a tree with brown and brittle branches, a tree trunk that is peeling or cracking and a tree with thinning foliage.
If a dead or damaged tree on your property is in an area that people access, it is highly recommended it is removed. Once it has died, a trees branches are prone to breaking and falling without warning or the whole tree may even fall. A fallen branch can cause extensive damage to yours or neighbouring homes structures. Even more so, fallen branches or a fallen tree puts peoples well-being and safety at risk.
A tree being damaged or dying can also be caused by a tree becoming diseased. There are several factors that can cause tree diseases including location, soil quality and weather conditions. Many tree diseases are contagious and easily spread to nearby trees and plants. Minimise this risk and protect the rest of your garden by having trees that are damaged or dying because of a disease removed straight away.
Ray and his experienced team of professionals at ARMAC – Stump Grinding, Tree Removal and Yard Cleanup will ensure damaged and/or dead trees on your property are removed correctly. With competitive prices, expert advice and over 15 years industry experience, call Ray to discuss all your tree removal and tree pruning needs on 0448 442 477 today.
Trees grow in all different shapes and sizes meaning when it comes to removing them, the process can vary depending on the tree itself. If you have a need for trees to be removed from your businesses property then you want to ensure you use the services of a professional tree removal business with experience in all areas of tree works.
Ray and his team at ARMAC Stump Grinding, Tree Removal, Yard Clean-up are your local Bunbury professionals when it comes to the removal of trees, stumps and surface roots. Holders of the nationally recognised White Card, qualified with all relevant tickets and fully insured, read on to learn how ARMAC Stump Grinding, Tree Removal, Yard Clean-up can help you including:
ARMAC Stump Grinding, Tree Removal, Yard Clean-up provide a specialised tree removal service including the removal of whole trees. Once the job is complete, there will be no trace of the tree at all. Regardless of the tree shape or size, ARMAC Stump Grinding, Tree Removal, Yard Clean-up have the experience and correct equipment to remove trees.
Tree stumps can survive for a long time after a tree has been cut down. For this reason, to complete the tree removal process it is recommended to also have the stump removed. ARMAC Stump Grinding, Tree Removal, Yard Clean-up have a stump grinding truck that will arrive at your location with a large rubber tracked machine suitable for any size stump. There is also a smaller machine that can access the narrow jobs, even up steps if necessary.
The process of clearing a block can involve clearing existing trees, vegetation and lawn plus removing garden borders, pathways or limestone walls too. If your businesses block needs clearing and you want to ensure the job is completed properly, ARMAC Stump Grinding, Tree Removal, Yard Clean-up offer block clearing and earthworks services too.
Tree removal is all in a day’s work for Ray and his team with over 15 years’ experience servicing the South West. They offer expert advice on the best action based on your individual circumstances. The skilled team know the finer details about removing trees including the angle to cut branches and precise cuts required plus how to deal with difficult situations.
For expert advice and quality workmanship guaranteed, call Ray for a free quote today on 0448 442 477.
When we think of renovating our home, it’s often only the indoors we consider however, it’s possible to do a garden renovation too. Removing your existing garden and clearing the space creates a new area that can be used for multiple purposes.
Before your new garden can take begin to take shape, there is plenty of groundwork to be done. Read on to learn more about what a complete garden renovation involves including:
When it comes to undertaking renovations in your garden, it is important to ensure it is done safely. While you may think it is a task you can tackle yourself, there may be work involved at heights plus the use of specialised equipment. Most equipment should only be operated by those who are trained and qualified to do so. Working together closely with nearby neighbours or officials for gas lines, water or electricity will give you peace of mind that certain structures are not damaged through the works process too.
Depending on what renovations are taking place, trees and stumps in your garden may need removing. The removing or pruning of trees can be dangerous work and should only be undertaken by those trained and equipped to do so. Once a tree is removed, it’s important to ensure the stump is ground correctly to ensure the trees root system doesn’t begin to grow again.
Garden beds removal involves ensuring all plants and soil is removed and discarded appropriately. Garden bed removal may also involve removing bricks or borders surrounding garden beds.
When the unwanted trees, stumps and garden removal has taken place, the process to clear away all debris and level off the surface takes place. It is important to also ensure all rubbish is disposed of correctly too.
Once this important groundwork has been done and you have a cleared space, your new garden can begin to come to life. Your new space can be used for may purposes including planting new lawn and vegetation or installing a new permanent fixture such as a garage or patio.
With over 20 years’ experience in grinding tree stumps and removing surface roots throughout Bunbury and the South West area, Ray and the team at ARMAC – Stump Grinding, Tree Removal and Yard Clean ups are holders of the nationally recognised White Card, fully insured and qualified with all relevant tickets.
Call Ray on 0448 442 477 and discuss your requirements today. He will provide expert advice and a FREE quote.
With winter approaching it’s a good time to check the health of the trees on your property. With winter comes strong and gale force winds and lightning storms, checking trees on your property now enables you to have trees that are unsafe or could cause damage to your property, trimmed or removed before winter arrives.
What are the signs a tree on your property needs to be trimmed or removed? Read on to learn a few signs to look out for including:
Tall and lush trees provide a great view and plenty of shade during summer. However, a tree that has grown very tall and now has overhanging branches can be a risk in winter. If branches are overhanging onto a home, an outdoor space such as a patio or shed, near windows, vehicles or even where people walk or stand then it is a good idea to have them trimmed. In some cases, strong and gale force winds can cause entire trees to be uprooted causing extensive structural damage to your home. The removing or pruning of trees and overhanging branches is a job best left to a professional who has the expertise and equipment to ensure trees are trimmed or removed safely.
If a tree on your property has a slight lean to one side, this can be normal. After all, trees often don’t grow straight up and down. However, if you notice a tree is now leaning more than normal, it’s time to call in a professional to work out why. If you can see a leaning tree’s roots around the base or a leaning tree has soil accumulating on the side opposite the lean, it is likely the tree is unstable. A leaning tree should be inspected by a professional. It may not have to be removed, rather pruned and re-stabilised to help redistribute the trees weight evenly again.
When checking trees on a property it is important to check the trunk and base of a tree too. Visible cracks and splits in a tree’s trunk, fungus around the stump or splitting or peeling of branches are all signs a tree can be damaged. While as a homeowner you may identify these warning signs, a professional has the knowledge to identify the cause of the damage and if the tree needs to be trimmed or removed or can be bought back to good health.
Ray and the team at ARMAC – Stump Grinding, Tree Removal and Yard Clean-up offer a specialised tree removal service including the removal of whole trees and tree pruning.
The removing or pruning of trees can be dangerous work and often should only be undertaken by those trained and equipped to do so. With competitive prices, expert advice and over 15 years industry experience, call Ray on 0448 442 477 for a FREE quote and to discuss all your tree removal and tree pruning needs.
There are many reasons why Bunbury business and homeowners may want their backyard or block of land cleared. A cleared backyard or block creates a new space to use for a driveway, new vegetation or an outdoor area such as a patio, garage or shed.
Ray and his team at ARMAC Stump Grinding, Tree Removal, Yard Clean are more than just tree removal and stump grinding experts. Ray and his team have decades of industry experience providing a range of services which are often required when clearing a backyard or block including:
Ray and his team have the correct knowledge and experience to ensure any earthworks required when clearing a backyard or block are completed to the best possible standard. Having the correct equipment is also essential when performing earthworks to ensure no damage is done to irrigation or below ground pipes. Armac contracts to a range of clients on both large and small earthworks projects meaning we can do the whole job or coordinate with other companies to complete the work if required. When the earthworks are complete, all debris is cleared away and the area levelled giving you a cleared space ready for your new project.
When clearing a backyard or block, any existing garden beds normally need to be removed. To ensure the job is completed properly, ARMAC ensures all existing plants and soil is removed and discarded appropriately. If garden borders or limestone walls need to be removed, this too is part of the service.
When clearing a block, all trees may not require removing however any remaining trees should be inspected and trimmed if necessary. It is advised to have trees with overgrown or overhanging branches trimmed to minimise the risk of any safety hazards. Tree trimming can be dangerous work and is a job best left to the ARMAC team who are fully trained and have the correct equipment on hand to ensure everyone’s safety.
Ray at ARMAC Stump Grinding, Tree Removal and Yard Clean-up is only a call away to assist you with clearing your backyard or block. The ARMAC team’s range of services include tree removal, stump grinding, earthworks, yard clean ups, rubbish removal and tree trimming in Bunbury and surrounding suburbs.
For expert advice and quality workmanship guaranteed, call Ray for a free quote today on 0448 442 477.
While summer is nearly over throughout the South West, winter is only a few months away. Strong winter winds and stormy weather can cause tree branches to break or fall. The result, a significant safety hazard and potential lengthy power outages if they happen to be near powerlines. If you have storm damaged trees on your property, it is a good idea to make having them trimmed a priority.
Read on to learn why hiring Ray and the team of professionals from ARMAC Stump Grinding, Tree Removal and Yard Cleanup to trim your storm damaged trees is a wise decision including:
Working in the construction industry requires various accreditations including relevant tickets and a White Card. ARMAC are fully qualified with all relevant tickets and holders of the nationally recognised White Card. This White Card is only issued on completion of a General Construction Induction Course by a registered training organisation (RTO). ARMAC are also fully insured which ensures peace of mind our staff and customers are protected.
ARMAC have over 20 years’ experience in stump grinding, tree trimming and tree removal throughout the South West. Ray and his team have extensive experience trimming storm damaged trees on properties including residential, commercial and rural properties. The skilled team know the specific requirements including the angle to cut branches, precise cuts required plus how to deal with difficult situations such as powerlines.
Ray and the ARMAC team have the correct machinery and equipment needed to trim storm damaged trees. As trees can be of significant height, a cherry picker will normally be used to reach branches plus a chainsaw and other power tools are normally required. As with any machinery and equipment, they should be serviced regularly and checked to ensure they are in good working order and should only be used by those trained to do so.
Hire Ray and the team of skilled and experienced professionals at ARMAC to ensure storm damaged trees on your property are removed correctly. With competitive prices, expert advice and over 20 years industry experience, call Ray on 0448 442 477 for a FREE quote and to discuss your needs.
The new year provides an opportunity to make a fresh start and think of changes we would like to make including areas of our home we would like to change or improve. If creating new space in your front or back garden is a change you would like in the New Year, Ray and the team at ARMAC Stump Grinding, Tree Removal and Yard Clean-up are your trusted and reliable professionals in the South West. With over 20 years’ experience in tree removal and stump grinding, the ARMAC team are holders of the nationally recognised White Card, fully insured and qualified with all relevant tickets.
Removing vegetation provides a freshly cleared space that can be used for multiple purposes including:
Consider yourself a green thumb? A freshly cleared space provides an area to plant a new garden. Wanting more shade around your home? A new tree planted in the right position can provide plenty of shade for years to come.
A cleared area is a great reason to start a vegetable patch. Planting your own vegetables helps to reduce your carbon footprint plus is of benefit to your body and mind.
Existing vegetation can leave new homeowners with limited space to build an outdoor area. Removing vegetation and grinding the stumps provides a new space to build your dream outdoor area. Whether it be a shed, carport, garage, patio or a deck, building an outdoor area provides another living area for you and your family to enjoy.
Removing vegetation provides an opportunity to extend a path or driveway on your property. A newly constructed path or driveway can provide better access to your home or better access from the front to the back garden. Looking for a space to park vehicles, a boat or caravan? Removing vegetation and extending a path or driveway can provide the space for this too.
The removal of trees can be dangerous work and is recommended to only be undertaken by those trained and equipped to do so. No matter the size of the tree, ARMAC has the specialist machinery required to complete the job, removing the chances of damaging important infrastructure.