Dead and dying trees are not only an eyesore, but may also pose a risk to people and property. A dead, dying or dangerous tree has an increased potential to fail.
If you have a worrisome tree on your property, contact Family Tree Care for safe tree removal in Capalaba or the surrounding Redland City suburbs. Our team of experienced arborists will eliminate the danger while paying attention to environmental and aesthetic concerns.
Choose Sustainable Tree Removal
At Family Tree Care, we pride ourselves on our commitment to sustainable and eco-conscious practices. Because trees are necessary to the planet’s ecosystem, we only remove trees that are dead, dying, hazardous or weed species.
We also partner with the not-for-profit organization Carbon Neutral to help offset the carbon footprint of tree removal. Every time we cut down a tree, we donate a new tree to Carbon Neutral.
When you choose us for tree removal, you get the services you need while also doing something good for the planet. To learn more about our sustainable practices or to schedule an appointment in the Capalaba area, please call 3829 2331.
…wanted to let you know the men you have worked so well together. They were happy to cut and stack us up some firewood for a year to dry out and even made some cute stools for our fire pit for the kids. We couldn’t be happier with your service. We are very happy for that worrisome tree to be gone also. We will be recommending your business for sure…Thornlands
Comprehensive Tree Services
After we remove your tree, we can grind down the stump, and the wood chips from the removal can also be retained for your use in the garden. Tree removal isn’t all we do, though. We also offer pruning and tree surgery to keep your live trees in the best health.
Free, Accurate Estimates
Wondering how much to budget for tree removal or other services? Fill out our short form to tell us about the services you need, and we’ll get back to you promptly with a free quote.
Safe and Insured Experts
At Family Tree Care, safety is our top priority. We never use dangerous practices like lopping or topping to get a job done. Instead, we adhere to the Australian Standard 4373-2007 Pruning of Amenity Trees.