Unfortunately we come by those special jobs which stick in our mind for sometime into the future. It appears that this tree may have been poisoned by neighbours due to excess shedding tree parts. It was a tricky removal with a wide spreading crown which took up the whole backyard and extended over neighbouring properties with limited and structurally compromised rigging points. All in all the job went very smoothly with the E.A.R boys testing out the new rock exotica rigging gear. The log was also taken to our yard and will be milled into slabs and other various bush furniture.
At times a Visual Tree Inspection (VTA) from the ground is not not sufficnent. Recently we had to prepare a report and apart of the data gathering included an aerial inspection to get a closer look at a large cavity located 10m from ground level. The location and extent of damage was alarming and would have been near impossible to evaluate from the ground.
We have enjoyed doing some climbing work with 'Mid North Coast Tree Services' the last few weeks. Thursday that just passed was 37 degrees and we had to remove this monster Turpentine (Syncarpia glomulifera) of the racing stables behind Wauchope racecourse on Beechwood Road. We were lucky enough that Scott Miller from 'Port Cranes' dropped everything to come help us out!
The zig-zag/rope wrench set up worked a charm. Being able to set a workable line from the ground and get straight to it was a massive bonus. I have heard some mixed reviews about using the zig zag on a single line. A few little adjustments like stiffening up the tether will make it a more efficient system as the wrench sometime wanted to sag down. but besides that I really enjoyed climbing on this system. Another big thanks to Michael Kelly at 'Industrees' for passing us tips for getting onto the wrench.
Sunday specials. We had to remove this monster Eucalyptus signata on busy Lake Road in Port Macquarie industrial area. It was amazing to be up in the tree and see all eyes in every car passing by fixed on the show. Monster hits all day & job went smooth as butter. A big thanks to the boys for a sterling effort and to the many spectators who dropped by to watch, respected and stayed outside our work zone.
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'See what we do from the eye of a Drone with some stunning visuals of our place of work, the Dandenong Ranges'.
This large and complex dead tree removal was undertaken by our expert climbing team this week. The tree appeared to have been hit by lightening and as a result the timber was extremely hard and difficult for spiking/cutting. Advanced rigging techniques were utilised to precisely dismantle the tree to avoid damaging neighbouring trees or the families valued chicken run and its inhabitants.
Environmental Arbor Resources 'Emergency Response Work & Large Tree Removal' filmed and edited by Troy Roberts.
E.A.R undertook the complex climbing for Mid North Coast Trees Services last week at Wauchope Racecourse on Beechwood rd. A number of large Eucalyptus were in need of amenity pruning and E.A.R completed the job to the highest level. Using a lot of skill, the latest rigging techniques and precision cutting the boys can pat themselves on the back for a job well done. So much more skill involved in tree retention and satisfaction at the end of the day! Heres a couple before and after photos, great job boys!