Springs, Gauteng, South Africa



Springs, Gauteng, South Africa



+27 60 017 9345

Palm Tree Removal Springs

Palm Tree Removal

Tree Felling Springs offers professional palm tree maintenance in and around Springs. We understand that palm maintenance and removal is a highly specialised area as palm trunk structure is vastly different to that of woody trees.

Reasons for tree removal and maintenance include:

Dead, dying and hazardous fronds
Removal of fruit and pods to keep away unwanted pests
Pruning for aesthetics Dead, dying and hazardous
Palms Cocos Palms which are a noxious weed

Tree Felling Springs are highly trained and skilled in Palm Tree maintenance and removal. We can offer the correct advice relative to specific palm species and have the necessary equipment and expertise to complete any job.

It is advisable to have palm cleaning done regularly or when dead or dying fronds, seed pods, and hanging fruit are visible.

Whatever the reasons, our experienced palm tree removal and pruning arborists can carefully prune or remove all types of palm trees, no matter where they are located, ensuring that absolutely nothing is damaged and everything is left clean and tidy.

At Tree Felling Springs, customer satisfaction is our top priority. That is why we use only the latest equipment and techniques to ensure that all jobs are completed efficiently and effectively. Our team of experts takes great care in ensuring that every tree is felled safely and without damaging any surrounding property.

In addition to palm tree maintenance and removal, Tree Felling Springs also offers a range of other tree services including tree trimming, tree pruning, and tree removal. Our team of experienced arborists are equipped to handle any size job, big or small. Whether it’s a small shrub that needs to be trimmed or a large tree that needs to be removed, we have the skills and equipment to get the job done right.

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Frequently Asked Questions


Tree emergencies happen when parts of trees or whole ones fall onto your property. Sometimes downed power lines can still be carrying electricity and the fallen tree may compromise the structural integrity of her house, so stay away from them if you’re not an expert!

While it may seem like palm trees are easier to transplant than broadleaf plants because they produce new roots near the base of their trunks and don’t require as much root mass, digging up a palm properly will make the process go more smoothly. More importantly, though is that you dig up all four sides so there’s no chance for waterlogging or other negative effects on your newly planted tree. The best way we’ve found order to increase our chances at success when planting these majestic giants into different types/distances from roadsides has been by making sure each side gets dugout before moving onto another section.

Although it may seem easier to transplant a palm than similarly sized broadleaf trees, you should dig up the plant with care as this will make the process much smoother and increase your chances of success. A properly dug-up palm has fresher roots near its base which makes growing them after being transplanted far less daunting for both planting site preparation as well as survival rates in new soil environments.

The palm tree is an attractive addition to any landscape, but it comes at the cost of some maintenance needed for removing roots. Digging around your home’s trunks with a spade will give you access about 20-25 inches deep where most large cancers can be removed using an axe or chisel depending on how far up they extend into soil surrounding trees’ root systems . Cut these off completely before excavating any remaining fleshy parts below ground level inside their own circumference which should help keep future complications from happening again!

You can temporarily stunt the palm trees’ growth by pruning their roots. The palms need to be at an optimum “root ball size” for them to even grow, so this might not work out well in your favor if done too often or on multiple trees simultaneously! However, with proper timing it could possibly help reduce height near future events like construction sites which will become more common as time goes on Towne Lake becomes more developed.


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