Tree Felling Pretoria East Prices | Boomsloping Pretoria East

Tree Felling Pretoria Centurion

Tree Felling Pretoria Centurion

Tree Felling Pretoria East Prices| Boomsloping Pretoria East, Tree Stump Removal Pretoria East we have extensive experience removing trees of all kinds for a wide range of clients. Whether your tree is dying or simply growing too large for your yard, we can remove it safely and efficiently. Keep your properties looking its best with professional tree services by experienced Tree Felling Pretoria East? Centurion Tree Service in Pretoria East Gauteng, South Africa, offers tree felling Pretoria East, tree felling Moloreta Park, boomsloping Centurion,tree pruning, tree removal Centurion, lot clearing, stump removal and more. We provide a reliable service that’s tailored for your needs. We recycle 100% of the trees and material we take down, so our services are good for the environment. 24-hour services are also available in emergencies.

 

Tree Felling Pretoria East | Boomsloping Pretoria Prices

Trees require regular pruning to stay healthy and beautiful. Tree Felling Pretoria East Gauteng offers skilled tree trimming and pruning to clients in Pretoria Gauteng
and the surrounding area.

 

Tree Felling Pretoria East | Boomsloping Pretoria East Prices | Tree

Removal & Stump Removal Cost

Sometimes trees need to be taken down due to disease or safety concerns. We provide safe, efficient tree removal and stump removal for any property.

Tree Felling Pretoria East Prices | Boomsloping Pretoria East Prices Lot Clearing

Make room for new development with complete lot clearing. We clear out all the trees in an area, making room for construction or other use. After we have removed the trees, the area can be leveled and prepared for the next stage of development.

When an unwanted stump has to be removed, call Centurion Tree Service in Centurion, Gauteng. We offer safe tree removal and stump grinding for any property

Unwanted stumps and surface roots can be a real eyesore on your property. They can impede your driveway, sidewalks, garden, lawn, and more. Here at Centurion Tree Service we can either grind them down or remove them completely to create more space on your property. Once we’ve laid sod you won’t even know the stumps or surface roots were there.

 

Tree Felling Centurion in Pretoria East | Boomsloping Pretoria Prices | Tree Stump Removal in Pretoria East

Tree Felling Pretoria | Boomsloping  Pretoria provides a professional guaranteed tree removal services in Pretoria East Gauteng. Free quote for reasonable prices.

 Guide to safe manual tree felling in Pretoria East

Any faller should ensure that they follow the five step felling plan.

  1. Site Assessment – Assess the stand for hazards relating to the trees, terrain, other

operations, electrical conductors. Assess the strength and direction of the wind.

  1. Individual tree assessment– Look for tree defects, decay, heavy lean, or any other

characteristics of the tree that may affect the felling plan. Determine if you can fell it safety

and plan the felling cuts. Decide on the felling direction. This often determines whether or

not the hinge will hold and it also determines which side of the tree will be the safest for the

escape route.

  1. Preparation of the work area and escape route – Clear vegetation and obstacles from

around the base of the tree. Always think about your escape route before you begin the

felling operation. The escape route should be at a 45-degree angle opposite the felling

direction. Be sure your escape route is clear of obstacles or hazards before

beginning.

  1. Fell the tree using safe felling techniques – Good felling technique is critical to safe,

accurate, consistent results. Forward or back lean may determine whether you need a bore

cut. The degree of forward or back lean will determine how many wedges and/or whether a

pull rope will be necessary and how much power may be required to pull the tree over.

  1. Retreat and observe–Remember to finish the felling cut on the safe side of the tree and use

your escape route as soon as the tree begins to fall. Watch for falling material and be aware

the tree can kick back or bounce when it hits the ground.

 

Guide to safe manual tree felling pretoria

INTRODUCTION

This guide has been developed by Tree Felling Pretoria Centurion for principals and contractors involved in tree felling operations in areas around pretoria such as tree felling pretoria east, tree felling pretoria north, tree felling pretoria, tree felling moot, tree felling montana  and also tree felling johannesburg. The guide offers some advice on managing the key causes of harm in tree felling.

THE GUIDE HAS BEEN SPLIT INTO TWO PARTS:

Part One – It includes guidance on the process a principal and contractor should use before felling commences to communicate felling hazards and agree on how to manage them.

Part Two – It includes advice on: · planning, · the five step felling process, · the seven key causes of fatal harm in felling, · wind-throw, and · tree driving. Input into the development of this resource has been received from industry stakeholders and Competent

 

PART ONE: HARVEST PLANNING

The tree felling company owner shall identify significant hazards specific to each work area which are caused by operations over which they have control and then:

  • supply the employer with documentation on the hazards
  • jointly with the employer, determine measures to control the hazards. Before starting a harvesting contract, the principal and contractor should agree on a harvest plan. At this time, principals and contractors should share information on any potential hazards involved in the work or the site, as well as other health and safety management requirements. The harvest plan should include the principal’s requirements for the felling operation.

The harvest plan should contain the following information:

  • Maps showing road and landing locations.
  • Terrain.
  • All tree felling hazards including: cliffs, tomos, power lines, fences.
  • Stand characteristics including piece size, species, pruned/unpruned.
  • Resource consent conditions.

The processes should be known to, and followed by, the tree faller.

PART TWO: MANUAL FELLING BY Tree Felling Pretoria Centurion

The employer shall ensure that a competent person is in charge of each operation, who shall supervise and ensure work is supervised and performed in a safe manner. The person in charge of felling operations controls and supervises the work to ensure that safety precautions are being observed. That person should be fully experienced in the kind of work to be undertaken. The fallers and the person in charge of the operation shall identify hazards specific to the site. Fallers need to be deemed competent, and where there is a complicating factor such as a hung-up tree, the faller should have a greater degree of experience and proven skill.

Any faller should ensure that they follow the five step felling plan.

  1. Site Assessment – Assess the stand for hazards relating to the trees, terrain, other operations, electrical conductors. Assess the strength and direction of the wind.
  2. Individual tree assessment– Look for tree defects, decay, heavy lean, or any other characteristics of the tree that may affect the felling plan. Determine if you can fell it safety and plan the felling cuts. Decide on the felling direction. This often determines whether or not the hinge will hold and it also determines which side of the tree will be the safest for the escape route.
  3. Preparation of the work area and escape route – Clear vegetation and obstacles from around the base of the tree. Always think about your escape route before you begin the felling operation. The escape route should be at a 45-degree angle opposite the felling direction. Be sure your escape route is clear of obstacles or hazards before beginning.
  4. Fell the tree using safe felling techniques – Good felling technique is critical to safe, accurate, consistent results. Forward or back lean may determine whether you need a bore cut. The degree of forward or back lean will determine how many wedges and/or whether a pull rope will be necessary and how much power may be required to pull the tree over.
  5. Retreat and observe–Remember to finish the felling cut on the safe side of the tree and use your escape route as soon as the tree begins to fall. Watch for falling material and be aware the tree can kick back or bounce when it hits the ground.

Escape route positioning 7 key causes of harm in Tree Felling Pretoria Centurion

The seven key causes of harm in Tree Felling Pretoria Centurion are:

  1. Working too close.
  2. Poor felling technique.
  3. Broken limbs or top.
  4. Hung-up trees.
  5. Stem movement/ rebound.
  6. Felling dead trees.
  7. Faller struck from behind.

These seven key causes of harm need to be addressed. A process should be put in place by the principal and the contractor (or employer) to assess a block before the tree faller starts work, which will identify hazards that the tree faller alone should not be expected to deal with. All dead or defective trees that could cause danger to persons using roads, skids, or tracks should be felled before extraction operations begin. This includes trees that have been disturbed by road or skid construction. The tree faller should hold the appropriate unit standard for the work and undergo refresher training and competency assessments on a regular basis. Fallers should know and recognise the situations in which they can be fatally injured including when that situation is developing around them.

Tree Felling Pretoria Centurion Company provides professional guaranteed boomsloping services such as tree felling centurion, tree stump removal centurion, tree removal pretoria, boomsloping, tree felling pretoria centurion prices, tree felling pretoria moot, tree care pretoria, tree felling pretoria north and rubble removal centurion. Before you start chopping down a tree yourself, make sure you read our Tree Cutting Guide for some professional helpful tips. Cutting down a tree can be dangerous, so it is almost always recommended that you hire a properly trained and equipped professional company such as centurion tree felling. If you are unable to hire a professional tree service or arborist and need to fell the tree yourself, then these tree cutting techniques may help things go more smoothly.
The company was established in 2004 and quickly grew to a well-established enterprise servicing all of Gauteng. We pride ourselves in delivering the best service safely to a variety of business and individual clients, and our services range from heavy duty tree demolition and removal to precise cutting and pruning work. Tree Felling Centurion will provide free exclusive tips on how to cut down your tree safely. Its specialist team has been delighting its customers over the years. A considerable proportion of our business comes from returning and referral clients. This is further proof of our exceptional service standards and value-for-money solutions.

Tree Felling Pretoria East: Unlimited Exclusive Free Advice.
Tree Felling Pretoria Centurion has everything you need to take care of your trees in the best way possible. Moreover we guarantee the work we do. For years, we have been taking care of our customers, meeting or exceeding their expectations. Many of the clients we have are returning customers who were pleased with the services provided to them. We work hard to build our reputation and ensure our customers are satisfied with the work we do for them. Hence, we ensure that all of our work is environmentally safe and that it improves the value of the properties we work on and the communities in which we do business.
Centurion Boomsloping Services

• Tree felling in Centurion

Tree Felling Pretoria Centurion

• Tree stump removal centurion

• Palm leaf trimming
• Palm removal in Irene

• Trimming and Pruning

• Boomsloping centurion
• Site clearance in Club View

• Tree felling Pretoria prices

• Rubble removal
Gauteng | Pretoria East | Brooklyn | Constantia Park | Die Wilgers | Elardus Park | Equestria | Erasmuskloof | Erasmusrand | Faerie Glen | Garsfontein | Hatfield | Lynnwood | Menlo Park | Menlyn | Mooikloof | Moreleta Park | Newlands | Olympus | Silver Lakes | Wapadrand | Waterkloof | Woodhill | Woodlands | Pretoria North | Queenswood | Rietfontein | Riviera | Silverton | Sinoville | Villeria | Waltloo | Waverley | Wonderboom | Pretoria Gardens | Rosslyn |Pretoria West | Danville | Mountain View | Pretoria South | Centurion | Cornwall Hill | Doringkloof | Eldo Glen | Eldoraigne | Heuwelsig | Highveld | Irene | Kloofsig | Lyttelton | Pierre van Ryneveld Park | Raslouw | Rooihuiskraal | The Reeds | Valhalla | Wierdapark | Zwartkop
Tree Felling Centurion | Boom sloping Centurion Free Exclusive Ti Related Guides: Stump Removal, Tree Removal Cost, Palm Removal, Tree Felling Tips