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Updated: 21 October 2021
Getting a tree removed in Croudace Bay by a qualified professional is easy enough.
Finding one that is well priced is not always a straight forward process.
I am going to look at why some companies charge more than others, and how to secure a better price on Croudace Bay tree removal by a quality tree services company.
Not only that, but getting your job done at rock bottom prices.
Let’s get into it.
What we cover:
Every Croudace Bay company has a different philosophy on how they what to run a profitable tree lopping business.
Some spend BIG on advertising, do lots of quotes and charge high prices.
Other local tree services in and around Croudace Bay, don’t do a lot of advertising and rely more on word of mouth.
These are the ones you want quoting your job!
You may be thinking that this has to do with a person’s honesty or integrity, but this is not the case.
In reality they are not trying to “game you”.
These are just tree business owners in Croudace Bay who run a “premium service”. They know that some customers have different price points. Some are happy spending more for perceived value.
They cater to those customers.
Some people just never go with the cheapest bottle of wine at a restaurant or the cheapest quote for tree lopping in Croudace Bay. Everyone is different and that’s fine. But I’m here to help you find the best deal.
“If you have 3 expensive companies in Croudace Bay give you a quote, then you will be choosing between 3 expensive quotes! You need to know who is cheap & when”.
There are lots of little thing to be aware of that will save you a small fortune for your tree removal Croudace Bay, such as;
1. Time of year - Winter is always cheaper as tree companies have less work on.
2. Access - Granting good access for hard to get to trees, such as removing a side fence will save the tree lopping service time and you a tonne of money.
3. Firewood - Getting them to leave the timber logs and selling them online.
But the very best way to save money is to know who is cheap NOW!
You see all tree services around Croudace Bay have lean and busy periods of work which actually affects how they price jobs.
A Croudace Bay tree service will always charge less when they don’t have much work on as they want to win the job.
The bonus is they will actually pick up their phone and arrive on time.
All contractors recommended have been vetted by our team and are waiting to compete for your business.
There are no hard sales and there is no obligation to hire.
Just friendly advice and great prices.
Try it for yourself.
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Croudace Bay council do allow for the removal of trees in Croudace Bay without council consent.
i. The tree or native vegetation is within five metres of the outermost projection of a lawfully used building (that is not exempt or complying development) and is on the same allotment as the building, or ii. The tree or native vegetation is within one metre of a sealed driveway to a lawfully used building (that is not exempt or complying development) and is on the same allotment as the building, or iii. The tree or native vegetation is within five metres of the outermost projection of a lawfully used building (that is not exempt or complying development) on an adjoining allotment as the building and owners of both properties reach a written agreement that is submitted to Council prior to the removal iv. The tree is dead and is not required as the habitat of native fauna; or v. The tree is a risk to human life or property. Note: Evidence to support removal should be forwarded to Council in accordance with Section 3 of these guidelines. Council's Tree Assessment Officer may undertake a site inspection to verify that these conditions are satisfied. Exemptions Approval is required when; b) a tree which is listed in Council’s Significant Tree Register; c) tree/s or native vegetation listed as Heritage Items or located within a Heritage Conservation Area; or d) a Norfolk Island Pine Tree (Araucaria heterophylla) that is greater than three metres in height, or that has a trunk diameter of 75 mm or greater, measured at ground level. Is dead and is not required as the habitat of native fauna; or ii is a risk to human life or property. Note: Evidence to support removal should be forwarded to Council in accordance with Section 3 of these guidelines. Council's Tree Assessment Officer may undertake a site inspection to verify that these conditions are satisfied.
You can download an application form by going: https://goo.gl/Y5oHZS
Some local councils have a list of tree species that are exempt from any limitations on removal as they are considered a pest. If Croudace Bay’s local council Lake Macquarie has an exemption list is can be found in their Tree Preservation Order.
We have also listed them below if applicable.
If the council for Croudace Bay does not nominate a list of trees, then most of the time they use the default list of noxious weeds outlined at the state level of government.
Certified arborist in the Croudace Bay and surrounding areas need to all abide by the Australian standards when carrying out tree management work.
These standards include:
AS 4373:2007 – Pruning of amenity trees
AS 4970-2009 – Protection of trees on development sites
You will need to fill in a tree removal permit form which can be found on your local councils website. Normally there will be a small fee you will need to pay upon application.
Within 7 - 14 days you will have an arborist from the council for Croudace Bay will come out to inspect your tree. They will then give their recommendation on whether the tree should be removed or if a tree prune/ lop might be better.
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Depending on your council, it can be tough to get approved to remove a tree in Croudace Bay. If it’s a healthy specimen and not causing any damage to your home, then it makes it even harder.
When applying for removal in Lake Macquarie council are you need to give a reason why you want to remove the tree.
Saying something like “it keeps filling the gutters with leaves” is not convincing enough argument and your application will most likely be denied.
There are however some tips and tricks to applying for council approval and winning.
In some cases your council for Croudace Bay will ask for an independent arborist for a tree report if they are undecided. This can give you the upper hand as it allows you to select which tree arborist you choose to assess your case.
There are many factors that make up cost of tree lopping in Croudace Bay. Not only the height and spread of the tree, but also its location on the property, access, surrounding buildings or fences, type of tree/ timber. Whether you decide to get the stump removed as well will also factor in.
We are a growing tree services company that aims to provide quality tree services for customers in Croudace Bay that is personal, fair and over-delivers on value and satisfaction.
We are committed to the certified arborists in Croudace Bay we recommend using the method of ‘BEST PRACTICE’. This is a methodology that is accepted as better to any alternatives for commercial or professional tree removal procedures for results that are superior to those achieved by any other means.
Our high expectations of Croudace Bay tree contractors we work with means they do everything in their power to uphold these values.
Once you call us on 1800 252 208 or fill in the 2 minute form, we forward your details directly onto the best local tree surgeons in Croudace Bay for quoting.
There is no obligation to hire and we have a 100% satisfaction guarantee for all customers.
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Author: Ben McInerney is a qualified arborist with over 15 years industry experience. He uses his in-depth knowledge of the tree service industry to give readers to most accurate information on tree service costs and helps to educate about the benefits of using a certified arborist for tree trimming and removal work.