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We had Harry and the boys out to neaten up the overgrown trees in our Melbourne backyard and the overhanging branches from our neighbours trees. I can't believe the difference it's made. They were here on time and the work was done and dusted in 1 hour. I had 3 quotes and I could not believe the amount that the other guys wanted to charge me.
Harry and his team did excellent work! They are highly professional and cleaned up after themselves. They took great care with the surrounding shrubs surrounding the 8m palm tree they cut down and stump-removed. They were also the most competitively priced quote. Very highly recommended the team at Harry's Yard in Melbourne!
We were very pleased with the work from Harry and his team. The job has to be rescheduled a number of times due to the Melbourne rain! their support was great at communicating and setting up new appointments. Harry and team arrived promptly, job was safely and efficiently done. Removing two dead palm trees and removing three large trunks from a large Queensland umbrella tree from an inner Melbourne city terrace garden. All debris was removed from garden and the front street where the chipper machine was parked was left clean and tidy. Highly recommended!
Harry and his team are some of the most honest and trustworthy professionals my wife and I have engaged with.
I could not recommend them more highly. They had a very challenging job to remove a in Melbourne. Totally professional job, on time, polite team. The site was left in a clean and tidy condition , with respect shown to the neighbors as well. You’ll be well happy working with Harry and his team for what is often a high stress job.
I would totally recommend Harry's Yard Melbourne arborists for professionalism, price and performance. The tree being removed next to a very busy street presented quite a few challenges and the guys handled them all well. Thanks heaps Harry!
We have used Harry's Yard on several occasions for our Melbourne property and have found them to be very reliable, excellent quality, and have great attention to detail. They take the time to ask how you would. Harry have always made sure that the hedge trimmings are cleaned up and taken away off site and are very friendly approachable guys who are very passionate about their trade and customer satisfaction.
HIGHLY RECOMMEND! Harry and his team are so amazing! They did such a great job for a great price and I would never use anyone else again. They cleaned everything up and were so polite! Even in the rain they got it all done Harry is so lovely to deal with and made me trust him 100%! Thank you thank you
Excellent to work with from beginning to the end. Really appreciated how easy the communication was and how professional Harry and his team were. They quickly got through the job of removing a number of pine trees down the side of my property and trimming other trees. Price was competitive. Highly recommended this Melbourne tree removal company!
What is the best tree trimming technique?
Always prune back to a shoot, bud, or branch facing in the desired direction of the tree's growth. This approach promotes ordered robust expansion. Don't chop a branch if you aren't sure if it should be removed. There's always time to trim it down, but there's no restoring lost length.
What are the basic pruning techniques?
Heading and thinning are the two primary types of pruning cuts. The most efficient pruning cut for preserving the natural form of woody plants is the thinning cut, which also happens to be the least stimulating sort of cut. Heading cuts in particular encourage regrowth right at the site of the cut when pruned.
What are the four steps in pruning?
Trim away any stems or branches that are unhealthy or have been damaged. Cut out any new growth or suckers (vertical growth that shoots up from the bottom of the tree). Cut off a limb that is touching another one (invitation for disease). Take off some of the plant's expansion to make it smaller.
What part of a tree should not be cut?
Incorrect techniques might compromise your tree's health, leading to the spread of illness or possibly its untimely demise. In general, avoid making cuts around the main stem. These are excessively large incisions that may prevent timely healing. Don't make your incisions too deep into the trunk.
What do you put on trees after pruning?
Products that claim to "help the healing of pruning cuts" or "minimize sap loss" are known as "pruning sealers," "pruning paint," or any variation of the two names. These items are often petroleum-based, but some have asphalt in them. Other options include natural tree sealers made from things like collagen and aloe gel.
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