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Tree Felling Cost

Below are the price ranges for tree felling services in Randburg:

Tree Size Price – Low Price – High
Small trees R500.00 R850.00+
Medium trees R800.00 R2,500.00+
Large trees R3,000.00 R7,500.00+
Huge trees R7,000.00 R15,000.00+
Tree trimming & pruning R800.00 R5,500.00+

Tree Felling Cost FAQs

How much does it cost to fell a tree in Randburg?

The cost of tree felling is determined by several factors, including the tree’s location, height, trunk width, number of large or high branches, and proximity to utility lines. The above table provides a guide to the expected prices for tree removal in Randburg. For a detailed and accurate quote, please contact us at +27 60 075 7164.

How much does it cost to remove a tree stump?

Removing a tree stump can cost R2,500 or more, depending on the size of the stump and the use of heavy-duty stump grinding machinery.

How much does tree trimming cost?

Tree trimming and pruning costs start at around R800.00 for small to medium-sized trees. Larger tree trimming jobs can cost around R3,000+. In some cases, our tree felling professionals may recommend reducing the height of the tree or complete removal.

Tree Felling Prices

General tree felling prices in Randburg range from R850 to R8,500+, depending on the type of job. Our tree felling professionals are here to assist you with tree trimming or removal.

It is not advisable to attempt tree felling on your own, as it requires special safety equipment and precautions to ensure the safety of yourself and your property.

Job Type Price Range
General tree felling/boomsloping services R850 to R8,500+
Tree pruning, reduction, and trimming R150 to R250 per hour
Removal of tree stump R900 to R4,500+
Tree debris removal R150 to R250 per hour
Palm tree trimming R200 to R300 per palm tree
Hedge maintenance R150 to R250 per hour

What Determines the Cost of Tree Felling?

The cost of tree felling in Randburg depends on various factors:

  • Size of the tree
  • Labour involved
  • Complexity and size of the job
  • Tree type
  • Your location
  • Waste removal

The larger and taller the tree, the more labor and safety equipment are required, which can increase the cost. Tree maintenance is generally cheaper than tree removal since it involves less labor. If you have multiple trees to be removed or maintained, it will be more expensive than a single tree. Trees located near power lines or in hard-to-reach places may require additional safety measures and equipment, which can impact the cost. Some trees have strong and deep roots, making them more difficult to remove and resulting in higher labor costs. Diseased trees may require extra safety measures and equipment, increasing the overall cost. Choosing a tree felling professional in your local area can help avoid additional transport fees. If you opt for waste removal services, the cost will be higher due to additional labor involved in disposing of the tree debris.

Types of Tree Services

We offer a range of tree felling services in Randburg to meet your specific needs:

Stump Removal

Regular tree cutting involves removing all parts of the tree above the ground. If you want the entire tree, including the stump, to be removed, you will need stump removal services.

Type of Tree Service Description Price Range (per inch of tree diameter)
Stump removal Removal of tree from roots and filling hole with soil R900 to R4,500+

Palm Tree Maintenance

Palm trees require regular maintenance to keep them healthy and safe. Services include leaf and bark trimming.

Type of Tree Service Description Price Range
Palm tree maintenance Leaf and bark trimming R200 to R300 per tree

Tree and Hedge Maintenance

Maintaining the health and appearance of trees and hedges is essential. Services include seasonal pruning and branch trimming.

Type of Tree Service Description Price Range
Tree and hedge maintenance Seasonal pruning, branch trimming to keep tree/hedge looking neat and healthy R150 to R250 per hour

Tree Felling Services

Tree felling involves removing trees or bushes above the ground while leaving the roots intact.

Type of Tree Service Description Price Range
Tree felling Tree and bush removal above the ground R850 to R8,500+

Contact Us

If you have any questions or would like to get a detailed and accurate quote for tree felling services in Randburg, feel free to contact us:

Contact Number: +27 60 075 7164

Don’t risk your safety or property by attempting to remove or trim trees yourself. Trust the expertise of our tree felling professionals to ensure the job is done safely and efficiently.

The duration of the task depends on the tree’s size and whether the stump removal is necessary. Once the tree is cut down, the tree feller will clean up all the debris and ensure that your property is left in a pristine condition.

  1. Safety concerns: Cutting down a tree can be a dangerous task, especially if you are inexperienced or do not have the right equipment. If the tree falls in the wrong direction, it could damage your property or injure you or someone else.

  2. Legal issues: Depending on where you live, there may be regulations governing the cutting down of trees. You may need to obtain a permit or have the tree inspected by a professional before you can proceed. Cutting down a tree without following these regulations could result in fines or other legal consequences.

  3. Environmental impact: Trees play an important role in the ecosystem by providing oxygen, reducing carbon dioxide levels, and supporting biodiversity. Cutting down a tree without a valid reason can have a negative impact on the environment.

  4. Professional expertise: Professional tree removal services have the knowledge and expertise to safely remove trees, including dealing with potential obstacles such as power lines, nearby structures, or difficult terrain. Attempting to remove a tree on your own without these skills could result in damage to your property or injury to yourself.

Yes, you can cut tree branches yourself, but it’s important to do it safely and correctly to avoid causing harm to yourself, others, or the tree.

If the branches are small and within easy reach, you may be able to use a pair of hand pruners or loppers to cut them. However, if the branches are larger and higher up, you may need to use a pruning saw or a chainsaw, which requires more skill and safety precautions.

It’s also important to keep in mind that certain trees may be protected by local laws and regulations, so it’s a good idea to check with your local authorities before cutting any branches.

If you’re not confident in your ability to safely and properly cut tree branches, it’s best to hire a professional tree service to do the job for you.

The timeline for when Tree Felling Randburg can begin the work will depend on their current workload, we are usually very flexible and can fit you in the same day.

In South Africa, the ideal season for tree felling is generally during the winter months from June to August when the trees are dormant and there is less foliage. This makes it easier for tree fellers to access the tree and remove it safely without causing damage to surrounding property or vegetation.

However, it’s important to note that tree felling can be done year-round, depending on the specific tree species, its health, and the urgency of the job. Additionally, it’s important to follow local regulations and to hire a professional tree service that can assess the situation and recommend the best time for tree felling.

While it’s technically possible to cut down a tree yourself, it can be risky if you’re unsure which direction the tree will fall. Professional tree fellers have the expertise to determine the direction in which a tree will fall, ensuring that it won’t cause damage or injury to people or property.

Removing a tree stump can be dangerous and cause property damage, and it’s often more cost-effective to hire a professional tree service to do the job. Therefore, it’s not recommended for individuals to remove their own tree stumps.

  1. Leaves: Check the leaves of the tree to make sure they are green and full. If the leaves are sparse, discolored, or wilted, it may indicate a problem.

  2. Bark: The bark of a healthy tree should be intact and free of cracks, holes, or oozing sap.

  3. Branches: Healthy branches should be sturdy and firmly attached to the trunk of the tree. Dead or weak branches may break off easily and can be a safety hazard.

  4. Growth: A healthy tree should be growing new leaves, branches, and roots each year. If there is little to no new growth, it could indicate a problem.

  5. Pests and Disease: Look for signs of pests such as insect infestations, as well as signs of disease such as fungal growth or discoloration of leaves or bark.

If you’re unsure about the health of your tree, it’s best to consult with a professional arborist or tree service who can assess the situation and provide recommendations for treatment or removal if necessary.

Yes, we are available 24/7 for any emergency tree removal you may need. Give us a call on 060 075 7164

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