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iSeekplant is Australia’s biggest online construction marketplace. We help companies and individuals get quotes and find the best rates for a variety of land clearing services including arborists, stump grinding, tree clearing, tree felling, tree lopping, tree mulching, tree pruning and stump removal from our large network of suppliers across Australia.

Tree Felling FAQs

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1. What is tree felling?

Tree felling is the process of cutting down individual trees. It is also considered one of the operations of logging. Tree felling is undertaken via various methods including hand felling which uses different tools like an axe, saw or chainsaw. This is followed by limbing and bucking. Limbing is the process of removing branches from a felled tree, while bucking is the process of cutting the delimbed tree into logs.

 

2. How to control the fall of a tree?

Controlling the fall of a tree begins by cutting a notch in one side of the tree, ideally the side facing the direction of the fall. The top cut is made first to ensure there is space for a bottom cut. The top cut should be downward at a 70-degree angle and stops when the cut reaches about one-third of the tree trunk diameter.

The bottom cut should be upward at a 20-degree angle and stops when the cut reaches the endpoint of your previous cut. After that, a back cut is created, which is made on the opposite side of the notch. It is essential that the back cut does not cut all the way through the tree otherwise the tree may fall in the wrong direction.

 

3. What is the best season for felling a tree?

The best season for tree felling is during the dormant season, which is usually between late Winter and early Spring. The idea here is that during this season, trees are leafless and lighter making it easier to cut and handle the branches.

 

4. How much does tree felling cost in Australia?

On average, tree felling costs range from $350 to $8000. Tree felling prices vary depending on several factors such as staff, size of the tree, tree type and project site location.

 

5. Where can I hire a tree felling contractor near me?

iSeekplant has a nationwide network of quality tree felling contractors operating in all Australian capital cities from Brisbane to Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne to Darwin, Perth and Adelaide. We also offer tree felling solutions in all major towns and cities from Cairns down to Townsville, Toowoomba, Gold Coast, Newcastle and Hobart.

 

6. How do I hire a tree felling contractor through iSeekplant?

Looking for the best tree felling contractors? Use the iSeekplant get a quote tool as the easiest way to get a quote for tree felling services in your area. Simply tell us where you want your tree felling contractor and we’ll give you the best quotes available! You can also call us on 1300 691 912 or email us at projects@iseekplant.com.au.

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