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Ironbark Gum Tree Removal Brisbane: A Step-by-Step Adventure Above Rochedale

by | Mar, 2024

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Welcome to story time kids! I couldn’t wait to show you the death defying photos from todays gum tree removal Brisbane. Right in the heart of Rochedale, Brisbane, stood an Ironbark gum tree that was as majestic as it was imposing. Nearly 30 meters tall, its presence was both a natural marvel and a looming concern for a nearby family’s home. I’m Sam Hensen, lead arborist and founder of Tree Care Specialists Brisbane, and I’m here to guide you through our adventure of safely removing this giant, branch by branch.

 

Our Gum Tree Removal Process

 

Step 1: Checking Out the Challenge

First things first, we had to get a good look at our leafy giant. Unlike more simple tree removals like last weeks palm tree removal, Ironbark gums are tough cookies, known for their hardy nature and ecological value. But when one gets too cozy with human homes, it’s time for some action. “Seeing that tree loom over the house really put things into perspective. It was beautiful but definitely too close for comfort,” I often reflect on that initial assessment. It wasn’t just about taking down a tree; it was about ensuring the safety of the family and their home.

 

 

Step 2: The Plan for the Massive Gum Tree Removal

Before we could start, we had to come up with a game plan. This wasn’t a spur-of-the-moment operation. “Every branch, every cut had to be planned out to avoid any mishaps,” was the motto we operated by. As you’ll see in the photos and videos, we evaluated the tree’s health, figured out which branches to cut first, and how to bring them down without a scratch to the house below.

 

 

Step 3: Suiting Up and Getting Started

With the break of dawn, our team was on site, decked out in safety gear and ready to tackle the Ironbark. The job required us to be part Robin Hood, part Spider-Man. “Strapping into the harness and firing up the chainsaw had me feeling like a superhero,” is how I describe the mix of anticipation and adrenaline at that moment. The goal was clear – take down the tree safely and efficiently, one piece at a time.

 

 

Step 4: The Delicate Dance

Perched high above the ground, the dance began. I had a vivid memory of a recent fig tree removal with similiar massive branches that could crush The Hulk himself. It was a ballet of balance, precision, and nerve. Each branch was meticulously cut and carefully guided down, avoiding the house as if it were made of glass. “The focus up there was intense. Every cut felt like a delicate operation, with my ground crew and I in perfect sync,” highlights the teamwork and precision involved in this critical stage. It’s a hard feeling to explain being 30m in the air harnessed tightly and safely, but still knowing one wrong cut or failure of a tree branch could mean disaster for me and the property underneath…well…why don’t you just see for yourselves:

Step 5: The Cleanup Crew

After the last branch made its descent, the real work began. The cleanup might not have the adrenaline rush of hanging 20 meters up in the air, but it’s just as important. “Leaving the site cleaner than we found it is part of the job. It’s about respect for the homeowner and the environment,” I always say. Every piece of the tree was removed, ensuring the property was left in pristine condition.

 

 

The Aftermath: A Job Well Done

Removing the Ironbark gum tree from the Rochedale home was a feat of arboricultural skill, bravery, and precision. “Looking back at where the tree once stood, it’s a reminder of the impact we can have on safety and the environment,” is a thought that often crosses my mind. It’s not just about removing trees; it’s about safeguarding families and their homes, a mission we’re proud to undertake.

This adventure above Rochedale is a testament to the challenges and rewards of our work. The successful removal of the Ironbark gum tree wasn’t just a win for us as arborists; it was a win for the family, their home, and the Brisbane community. Now, enjoy the hair raising photos!

FAQs About Ironbark Gum Tree Removal Brisbane

How do I know if an Ironbark gum tree needs to be removed?

Identifying the need for removal usually involves assessing the tree’s health, its proximity to structures, and potential risks it poses. If a tree is diseased, dying, or dangerously close to your home, it’s time to consider removal. However, it’s best to have a professional arborist, like us at Tree Care Specialists Brisbane, perform an assessment to give you a clear picture.

 

Is removing a large tree like an Ironbark gum safe?

Absolutely, when done by professionals. As you can see in the photos and videos in this article, our team is equipped with the expertise, experience, and equipment to safely remove large trees. We take every precaution to ensure the safety of our crew, your property, and ourselves throughout the process.

 

Do I need permission to remove an Ironbark gum tree from my property?

In many cases in Brisbane, yes. Local Brisbane councils often require a permit for the removal of native trees, including Ironbark gums, especially if they’re protected under local regulations. We can help guide you through the permit application process to ensure everything is in order.

 

How long does the tree removal process take?

The duration can vary depending on the size of the tree, its location, and complexity of the removal. A straightforward removal might take a day, while more complex situations could take several days. We’ll give you a more accurate timeline after assessing the tree in person with a free on-site tree removal quote.

 

What happens to the tree once it’s removed?

We prioritise environmentally friendly disposal methods, including recycling the wood for mulch or timber, if possible. Our goal is to ensure that the tree is disposed of in a way that benefits the environment and complies with local regulations.

 

Can you replace the removed tree with another species?

We strongly encourage replanting after a tree removal and can advise on suitable species that won’t pose future risks to your property. Selecting the right tree for the right place can enhance your garden’s beauty and sustainability.

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