Tree Removal Services
We provide a variety of tree removal services in the Hornsby area. Whether it's removing a single tree, stump grinding or land clearing, we use the most efficient methods, the highest quality equipment and qualified, experienced operators to ensure your job is carried out quickly and safely with minimum impact to your property.
Tree Maintenance Services
Tidy Tree work also provides a wide range of tree maintenance services, including pruning, crown thinning and lifting and dead wood removal. Regular maintenance of your trees by our qualified and experienced arborists will enhance their appearance, improve safety and help to identify and address potential problems before they arise.
Why Choose Tidy Tree Work?
We plan our work
Before each job, we conduct a careful assessment to examine the most cost efficient methods possible when it comes to each individual tree removal jobsite. We consider different options and methods to create a suitable work plan, ensuring that you only pay for the job that needs doing and nothing else.
We work to our plan
We always dismantle trees in a controlled manner to ensure there is minimal impact on our clients' property. We are very proud to provide skilled operators utilizing high quality equipment and the latest tree removal and maintenance methods, both of which ensure an efficient and cost effective service for our customers.
We even clean up
After every job we conduct a detailed clean-up of the clients' property. This includes the raking up of loose sticks, leaves and saw dust, as well as checking neighbouring yards for stray branches and blowing roof gutters where accessible. We consider this an essential element of any tree removal service.
Tree Removal Hornsby
Hornsby is a suburb on the upper north shore of Sydney, it is located approximately 25 kilometres northwest of the Sydney central business district. Hornsby is within the Hornsby Shire local
The name Hornsby is derived from convict-turned-constable Samuel Henry Horne, who took part in the apprehension of bushrangers Dalton and MacNamara on 22 June 1830. In return he was granted land which he named Hornsby Place.
The first European settler in the area was Thomas Higgins, who received a grant of land in Old Mans Valley. A railway station named “Hornsby Junction” opened on 17 September 1886 to the north of the town of Hornsby, which had developed on the site of Horne’s grant. It formed the junction of the Northern Line and the North Shore Line which were yet to be completed at that time. Tidy Tree Work regularly provides tree removal and stump grinding services in Hornsby.
Local council tree regulations in Hornsby permit the removal and pruning of trees not classified as native to Hornsby Shire, please check with council for any exclusions including heritage conservation areas.