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Covering Sydney, the Blue Mountains, Newcastle, Coffs Harbour and Northern River, Jim’s Trees have been providing New South Wales with quality tree care and customer service since it first began. New South Wales is blessed with an abundance of sunshine and beautiful trees. We believe in keeping these trees healthy, safe and looking their best. With over 10 franchises in Sydney alone, we are equipped to offer our expertise where you need it, when you need it. Our qualified Arborists are can assist you with all residential, corporate or council works.
Not only are we the premier tree removal company in NSW, we also provide a full range of tree, stump and wood chipping services. Our teams have the training, the qualifications, the skills and the tools to help you care for, maintain or remove your trees.
We offer safe and efficient removal of small or large trees that have become dangerous, sick, damaged or obstructive. Our services include a full cleanup of the site, complete with wood chipping and removal of green waste.
Maintenance – health assessments, pruning, trimming, shaping and lopping – is another specialty of ours. Our Tree Surgeons love trees, so preserving healthy trees and helping them to grow will always be a priority. Regular pruning and shaping can help to ensure your trees remain structurally strong, while health assessments can identify and prevent the spread of disease and other issues. For trees that have become unstable or unsafe, tactical lopping can help to mitigate any risk to people, property or the tree itself.
Some of the most common types of Trees in New South Wales are:
- Eucalypt (Eucalyptus globulus)
- Paperbark (Melaleuca quinquenervia)
- Myrtle (Myrtus)
- Lilly Pilly (Syzygium smithii)
- Bottlebrush (Callistemon)
- Water Gum (Tristaniopsis laurina)
- Golden wattle (Acacia longifolia)
- Prickly paperbark (Melaleuca styphelioides)
- Native frangipani (Hymenosporum flavum)
- Tuckeroo (Cupaniopsis anacardioides)
How much do tree services cost in NSW?
The cost of tree services are influenced by many factors. The type of service, the size and quantity of trees, the type of tree, the condition of the tree, the access to the location, whether the tree is overhanging a road or house, the amount of crew members necessary for the job. Each of these elements can require extra costs to ensure that the job can be done safely. Below we have provided the approximate average price for each service. For an accurate quote for your work, give us a call or fill out the online quote form.
Tree removal: From $600 for a medium sized tree and from $1500 for a large.
Tree pruning: From $600 for a medium tree and from $1500 for a large tree.
Tree wood chipping: From $800 for a large pile
Palm Tree removal: From $1500
What is the difference between lopping and pruning?
The term lopping has caused a lot of confusion for customers and professionals of the tree industry. While lopping is sometimes confused with topping, (ie the removal of the top of a tree), our specialists employ strategic lopping to remove branches that are dead, dangerous or overweight. All of the work and maintenance we offer is in line with Australian Pruning Standards.
Do you have insurance coverage?
All of our work is covered under an industry-leading $10 Million insurance policy. We respect how precious your home is, that’s why we don’t take any risks. Our insurance policy covers your property in the unlikely event of any accidents or damages. Safety is our number 1 priority, so we take the extra steps so that you can have peace of mind.
Do I need a permit to remove a tree in New South Wales?
Permit requirements are determined by your local council. Most councils around Sydney and NSW have tree controls designed to prevent the removal of mature, significant or native trees. You should always check the local council regulations on tree pruning and removal before engaging in any substantial tree work.
What areas do you service in New South Wales?
We have franchises covering all of Sydney, as well as teams in the Blue Mountains, Newcastle, Coffs Harbour and Northern River. See here for a full list of locations.