Company: Pro Climb T/a Tree Care AucklandLocation: Auckland City, Auckland.Pay and Benefits: See below Pro Climb – Tree Care Auckland is looking for colleagues to join our team. We are offering full time and part time positions as well as work for contract climbers. We work for local authorities (parks and streets), kindergartens, schools, estates and private tree owners. Most of our work is the maintenance of small, medium and large trees. We do not do hedges and only few tree removals. What we offer for arborist jobs Auckland Fair wages according to your experience. We are a living wage employer.We will reimburse you for using your own climbing kit or supply you with our standard kit that includes a TreeMotion harness, 30m and 45m rope, Hitch Climber pulley, Rope Wrench, DMM … [Read more...]
Tree Protection Grants are available within the Ōrākei Local Board!
Grants are currently available to support Tree protection within the Ōrākei Local Board. Orakei property owners can apply for 50% of the total cost of tree work and up to $2,000 per property. Learn about eligibility requirements and how to apply in our Blog Article.
Understand the pruning needs of mature trees and the proper pruning techniques for their care. Pruning is the most common tree maintenance procedure. Although forest trees grow quite well with only nature’s pruning, landscape trees require a higher level of care to maintain their structural integrity and aesthetics. Pruning must be done with an understanding of tree biology. Improper pruning can create lasting damage or even shorten the tree’s life. Because each cut has the potential to change the growth of the tree, no branch should be removed without a reason. Common reasons for pruning are to remove dead branches, to improve form, and to reduce risk. Trees may also be pruned to increase light and air penetration to the inside of the tree’s crown or to the landscape below. In most cases, … [Read more...]
Book Arborists South Auckland. Our professional arborists get the job done. They are reliable and they keep to their promises. If circumstances arise in preventing our arborists from delivering on time, they will manage expectations up front. Tree Care Auckland arborists do their best to ensure all customers are happy. Visit our Quality Workmanship Guarantee page for more information. If you have any questions, call our Professional Arborists South Auckland Our Professional Arborists South Auckland stay up to date with the developments in the industry. Our Arborist employees are all members of the New Zealand Arboriculture Association (NZ Arb). Many are also members of the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA). We visit as a team the NZ Arb annual conference and … [Read more...]
Tree safety in schools is now more a priority than ever before. Especially with the very bad weather conditions this year. Tree Care Auckland cares about the safety around trees. Our experienced team of arborists can provide expert advice to inspect all trees at your school. To give you peace of mind, Tree Care Auckland can provide a tree survey. Our business owner Rossy will record information about the structure and condition of your trees. From this information, a risk rating will be generated and remedial works advised. This will ensure we can manage any risks at an acceptable level. All information is presented in plain English and is easy to understand. Tree safety in schools. Why can a tree dangerous? When trees are not maintained professionally they can develop defects that … [Read more...]
Storm damage tree service blog post - Like most Arborists, we have been flat out after the storm that hit in early April. The unusually strong winds brought many trees and branches down. This has kept Auckland tree workers busy for the weeks following. There have been several storm damage tree service technical jobs. Giving us a chance to put our thinking caps on to solve the array of situations we have faced. The storm had a significant impact on many Aucklanders With up to a quarter of homes without power at one stage. Many homes were without power for over a week. Cars and houses were struck by falling limbs and trees. Many roads and driveways were blocked. A question I ask myself as an Arborist in such a situation is “How much of the damage due to trees could have been … [Read more...]
We made the top 20 Best Tree Service Company Blog list. Every year the team of panelists at feedspot.com rank the Best Tree Service Blogs on the Planet. All the Top Tree Service Company Blogs are ranked by popularity based on social metrics, Google search ranking, quality of Blog posts and consistency of Blog posts. Best Tree Service Company Blog for Over 100 Blog Posts! In May 2018 we made the Best Tree Service Company Blogs on the Internet list. We are in the Top 40 Tree Service Blogs and Websites To Follow in 2018. The Best Tree Service Blogs were selected from thousands of Tree Service blogs in the feedspot index using search and social metrics. Every tree service company was selected because they are actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their readers with frequent … [Read more...]
Planning a garden for the NZ climate and weather conditions requires expert advice. Your very own garden is a very good addition to your home's property. We all love eating or dream about eating produce from our home grown garden :) And spending time planting flower beds, young trees and shrubs. I know my dream home was always the nice house with garden to spend my weekends outside in the sun. Important conditions to consider when planning a garden. Important condition number one is the type of soil and its composition - The most important condition to planning a garden is the composition of the garden soil. It's very important all the soil has plenty of nutrients and minerals. Speak with your local gardening expert or arborist. Important condition number two is the existing … [Read more...]
Pro Climb Limited T/a Tree Care Auckland is very proud to be approved as a NZ Living Wage Employer. It is part of our company's philosophy to take note of inequalities and to help reduce these where we can. Most of our team members are highly skilled professionals and earn much more than the Living Wage minimum, but being a Living Wage Employer does not stop there. We are committed to working with other Living Wage Employers that service our business and by doing this hopefully increasing the circle of people with a fair income. What is the New Zealand living wage? The Living Wage has emerged as a response to growing poverty and inequality that continues to hold back so many New Zealand workers, their families and the NZ economy. The Living Wage concept is very simple, yet such a … [Read more...]
How to create a garden requires expert advice and we have this blog post just for you :) Just like people, gardens can come in many forms. There are no hard and fast rules about how to create a garden. It can be your own canvas on which you can paint your own scene. The visual aspect of a garden however, only has one lens to view it through. What about other functions of a garden beside the aesthetic? How to create your garden could be so your garden becomes a home to a myriad of wildlife. Before we began digging up the bush and laying lawns, wildlife was spoilt for choice in where to roam. The situation they face today is somewhat different. Demands have been place on land that often leave the four legged and feathered amongst us homeless. This blog post will discuss how you can create … [Read more...]
Fungi friend or foe? Fungi (or mushrooms) can be mysterious things. Most peoples’ experience of fungi is limited to the 2 or 3 kinds that are most commonly eaten. It is estimated that there may be more than 3 million species of fungi, this outnumbers tree species by a factor of 5. It is an estimate because there is a constant stream of new species being discovered. Fungi were the first organism to make it onto land about 500 million years ago meaning that everything on land (including us) has fungi as a common ancestor. The vast majority of a fungus is contained beneath the ground or within whatever it is eating. The mushroom or conk that it produces is often only a small indication of what is actually there. There is evidence of a long historical use of fungi by humans for both food and … [Read more...]