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Tree Lopping Central Coast- How To Find The Best Local Contractor For The Job
An arborist by definition is someone who cares for and maintains trees. A more common name for an arborist is a “tree lopper”, but they are worlds apart.The education levels and knowledge of arborists these days are astounding.
You would only phone a tree lopper on the Central Coast if you are looking at felling a tree from the base. But you would call an arborist for a whole range of tree work including; arborist’s reports for individuals/councils in relation to the removal of protected trees (including DA tree reports), identifying and treating pests and diseases in trees, dead-wooding, crown lifts, specialized pruning and of course tree removal.
Obviously there is a world of difference between a qualified tree service professional and your local ‘handyman’ who happens to own a chainsaw and advertises himself as a “tree lopper”.
…..but what does that difference mean for you?
Risk vs Reward
There is no doubt that getting a tree removal on the Central Coast for example, by unqualified professionals can look like an attractive offer, because in general they are going to be cheaper than your qualified professionals.
Why, I hear you ask?
Your professional tree removal services need to charge more because they have greater overheads such as public liability insurance, workers’ compensation insurance specialist equipment and not to mention the years they spend studying Arboriculture.
So the reward is you save money, but what’s the risk?
You don’t need me to tell you removing a tree is dangerous work, you have a guy swinging from a rope and harness 30 feet up in the air with a running chainsaw, dismantling the 2 tonne plus structure and trying to bring it down to each safely without injuring himself, his crew or your property….but just how dangerous is it?
It’s in the top 10 most dangerous professions in Australia, but if you look at the injury or death figures per 1000 workers it is 3 times deadlier that mining. (Mining being the DEADLIEST industry in Australia)
The risk you run trying to save a few hundred dollars is that the person you hire gets injured on your property (that’s a can or worms right there) or you risk tens of thousands of dollars worth of damage to your property with a company that is not covered to repair the damage.
Yes, you stand to save hundreds of dollars if you don’t get your tree removal or pruning job done by a professional, but you run a very large risk of property damage or worse, injury or death on your property by one of the workers.
Don’t risk it. Get a pro in and get the job done right.