We offer both residential and commercial tree felling and each job is treated as unique and we treat each property as though it is our own.
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Tree felling is one of those services that everyone might need at one time or another, whether they are a commercial property owner/manager or a homeowner. When it comes to tree felling, it takes technical know-how to ensure that the job is quickly and safely carried out. Working with an expert team like ours ensures that an encounter with even the slightest issue can be quickly dealt with before the problem turns into a serious, costly and even dangerous scenario.
Hiring our tree felling in Johannesburg is far better than trying to do it on your own or trying to hire someone who lacks the experience. While tree felling is our main focus with this service, we also trim tree branches, remove the debris and clean up once we are done. Our tree felling is perfect for residential properties as well as commercial properties and each project is treated as unique: we can customise projects according to the needs of our clients. We strive to go the extra mile for every client and we treat the property as though it is our own. We aim to minimise or completely avoid damage while we work, and our quick problem solving allows us to act fast if things don’t go as planned. No job is too big or too small for our team and we are always ready to assist you in any way that we can. Whether you need an electrician in Johannesburg or rubble removal services, Our experience allows us to give you the advice you might be looking for and once you’ve asked us for assistance, we’ll assess the project and come up with an effective approach that will make the process work exactly as it should.
As tree feeling experts, there are many reasons why you should work with us rather than either do it yourself or hire someone who’s unsure of their ability. This is why you should hire us:
From giving you a professional consultation to determine your exact needs to carrying out the actual job and then clearing up afterwards, our skills guarantee that every part of the project is properly taken care of. Our skills include our knowledge, and this covers a range of tree-related things including tree health and the various tree diseases. We can also easily determine where the tree might have weaknesses.
Leaning on our knowledge and our experience means we waste no time in removing or trimming the tree. We don’t take any chances and we work fast.
We cover tree felling services in all regions of Johannesburg, include Roodepoort, Randburg, Germiston, Sandton, and Fourways. We are able to fell trees of all sizes without damaging structures.
The team at Ant Projects not only has the know-how when it comes to quickly and safely completing the project, but we also know exactly how to take care of an otherwise dangerous situation. Should accidents happen or something unexpected crop up, we can deal with it correctly to prevent costly damage or injury. When hiring our tree felling in Johannesburg, you can expect nothing but the best service, at affordable prices.
Ant Projects offer affordable tree cutting in Johannesburg. Contact us for assessment and best prices on tree felling in Johannesburg.
Tree felling is not a hobby or a side job, instead, it is a serious profession.
This is how we make a success of each tree we fell:
We plan. Not only do we assess the tree to determine the work needed doing, but we also have to select the best equipment. By using a chainsaw and other forestry equipment, the post-cut clean-up is fairly straight forward. We also consider overhead cables or structures. We calculate the direction of the tree felling. We take a careful look at the tree and we take a close look at how the branches grow. By doing this, we can avoid damage to property and greatly reduce the possibility of injuries. We prune. Before tackling the trunk, we take off the smaller branches that can fall or otherwise disrupt the felling process. We determine the right cutting technique. Each tree is different, and it is important to make sure that the technique is suitable. The size of the tree will also determine the chainsaw to be used. We check for diseases. Swollen, discolored or soft parts on the tree can all point to disease. Diseased trees are decaying and can be dangerous to cut down if they are not cut properly.
Along with having the right skills and the intellect, tree fellers also know the various laws surrounding this profession. Sometimes, cutting down a tree needs to be signed off by the local council, and even trimming branches could lead to penalties when you don’t have permission.
The short answer is yes – by law a neighbor has the right to trim any branches/limbs that extend past the property line. However, the law states that only the trimming and cutting of trees up to the property line is allowed. Do note that you are by law not allowed to go onto a neighbor’s property to cut or trim or destroy a tree.