• WHY CHOOSE TIM THE TREE-MAN?
  • WHY CHOOSE TIM THE TREE-MAN?

Brisbane based Tim the Tree-Man, is an AQF Level 8 Arborist, International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Tree Risk Assessment Qualified (TRAQ), a QTRA Advanced Quantified Tree Risk Assessor and has over 15 years industry experience. 

Services provided include: Visual Tree Assessments, Arborist Reports, Impact Assessment Reports, Soil Amelioration, Tree Pruning or Removal, Palm Removal and Stump Grinding. These services are covered by the relevant Public Liability and Professional Indemnity Insurance

As Arboricultural licencing is not mandatory in QLD, (the industry is not currently regulated by a government body, unlike other registered trades), for your peace of mind, Tim the Tree-Man is Arboriculture Australia Industry Licensed and is a Queensland Arboricultural Association – Qualified Member and Approved Contractor 2020.

Work is completed (where access has been granted) to Australian Standard 4373-2007 – Pruning of amenity trees and Australian Standard  4970-2009 – Protection of trees on development sites.

Tree Removal

TREE REMOVAL

SERVICES

Removing trees is a dangerous and highly complex task. For the safety of everyone, we do not recommend attempting any tree removal of any size by anyone other than trained professionals. Arborists have the appropriate safety gear, equipment and training needed to safely remove trees.  

TREE PRUNING

SERVICES

Tim the Tree-Man only prunes to Australian Standards, AS 4373-2007, and does not partake in ‘tree lopping’. Correct pruning of a tree is crucial for the health, safety and longevity of the tree. Our climbers will not use spikes on any tree unless it’s to be removed.  

STORM OR EMERGENCY

WORKS

Tim the Tree-Man is the team to assist you with any and all storm/emergency tree work.  South East Queensland experiences its fair share of wild weather, bringing down trees, branches or debris causing damage to your property, your car or home unexpectedly.   

STUMP GRINDING

SERVICES

Once a tree has been removed, it is common to have the stump ground out. Leaving the stump can potentially create a trip hazard, encourage unwanted critters into your property and be quite unsightly.  

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