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Keeping Your Property Safe and Beautiful

Do you have a dead or dying tree? Maybe your trees have grown over the roof of your property and they have now become a dangerous hazard. Or maybe, a branch has fallen in your yard or across one of your buildings. Do not delay. Call Tree Fix now! We specialise in all types of dangerous tree scenarios. Since 1993, we have been lopping, cutting and removing fallen trees and dangerous trees in all Sunshine Coast suburbs. Our team are waiting for your call on 0439 724 013.

How to Spot Dangerous Trees

There are many signs your tree may be showing signs of instability. First, check for dead wood. These branches no longer have healthy growth. If a branch is dead or dying, it is highly likely to be unstable and could split and drop in a storm or high wind. Does your tree creak in the wind? Creaking trees are often a sign the timber is weakening. Trees that are growing too close to powerlines needs to be taken care of as well. We will happily come look at your current tree situation to offer the best advice.

Lightning Risks

Do you live on the highest point of your neighbourhood? The Sunshine Coast has some stunning scenery and often property owners want to build on the highest points to maximise the view. Unfortunately, tall trees on high land are also at risk of a lightning strike. Tree Fix can help. As qualified arborists, we can ground your tree using a copper cable run from the top of the tree to copper ground rods. This will significantly reduce the risk of a lightning strike to tall, elevated trees.
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Dangerous Trees

Do you see tree roots exposed at ground level near your driveway or beside your house? It is highly likely those tree roots are already causing damage. Trees will often send roots long distances in search of moisture. Sometimes, moisture is next to or underneath your house. This is why it is recommended that trees not be planted close to your property. As a rule, a tree should be twice the distance of its height from the nearest structure.
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