Springs, Gauteng, South Africa



Springs, Gauteng, South Africa



+27 60 017 9345

Emergency Tree Felling Springs

Emergency Tree Felling and Removal Services

Tree Felling Springs offers Emergency Tree Removal Services around Springs, Gauteng South Africa. Tree Felling Springs we have seen first-hand what can happen after a bad storm rolls through the Springs suburbs. We know what a mess can be left behind after high winds and lightning pass. We also know how tragic and stressful it can be to have your house, car, and property destroyed or damaged by falling trees or debris. Tree Felling Springs has done many storm cleanups and emergency tree removal over the years and has all the necessary skills and equipment to manage even the largest task after the storm has passed through.

We know it’s overwhelming to you at first but rest assured that we are just one phone call away day or night. After that initial phone call, we can come out, assess the situation and start the process of cleaning up your property which will help you get back on your feet. We can give you peace of mind that whether you have a tree on your house car or in your yard we will work hard during any weather to remove the hazard without causing any more damage.

So should you be struck by a storm, feel free to call Tree Felling Springs 24 hours a day seven days a week as we are here to help you after an emergency. Storm damage and cleanup is something we deal with on a regular basis and can work safely day or night, sunshine or rain. So don’t feel uneasy about calling us early in the morning after a storm as there is a really good chance we are already out clearing trees from houses.

Our team of professional arborists is committed to providing customers with the best possible experience.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Answer: Tree emergencies happen when branches or entire trees fall onto your property. Some power lines may remain live after a tree falls, so keep children and pets away from these areas.
Answer: A chainsaw is one of the best tools for felling trees quickly and safely. When cutting down a large tree, you should start by taking the chain right up to the trunk. Then, once you’ve got your tree down, you can finish off the job with a saw. You’ll probably find that you’re able to get through the tree much faster if you work from the bottom up rather than the top down.
A chainsaw is an easy and efficient way to clear out trees. Dig around the stump until you find some roots, or something else that will prevent it from growing back in your lawn. Depending on the depth of the hole, it could take anywhere from one day to several weeks before the stump is gone. Make sure not to break any limbs with an axe before because doing so would only create problems instead of removing the stump entirely. Cut low enough below ground level, but high enough above where new roots grow again. Then cross through slices four to six inches deep, crisscrossing the whole length and width.
When cutting large branches, tie a rope around them. Wrap it with another tree trunk above ground level or higher for added safety. Have an assistant help you unwind the rope as you lower the weight down. Once you’re done, remove the rope and let the branch drop where it belongs.

There are two mistakes that you should never make when cutting a tree. Do not intersect the back cut and undercut, instead leave some uncut wood behind for now; then as soon as possible insert falling wedge so it can help guide your cuts in either direction if needed.


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