Qualified arborist, Melbourne and Inverloch
Tree Culture provides professional tree care and removal services by fully qualified arborists, also known as tree surgeons. We are fully insured and equipped to complete all size jobs, big or small.
Tree Culture provides the services of a professional and fully trained arborist and tree surgeon across Melbourne and Inverloch district, including the suburbs of Yarraville, Altona, Spotswood, Sunshine, Toorak and Footscray, the Bass Coast Shire and South Gippsland Shire.
Our tree services in Melbourne and Inverloch districts include:
- Stump removal with our stump grinder.
- Tree assessments and reports.
- Tree lopping and pruning.
- Tree removal and felling.
- Mulch and firewood sales.
- One-off and regular hedge trimming.
- All other tree services.
Owned and operated by qualified arborist Josh Geyle, Tree Culture strives to provide exceptional customer service at each and every job and for each and every client. Tree removal and stump grinding creates a great deal of mess including branches, trunks, leaves and wood chips. Not only do our arborists efficiently remove a tree or stump, we also take away all by-products, ensuring your site is left clean, tidy and free of debris.
At Tree Culture our tree arborist is also available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide emergency tree services across Melbourne and Inverloch district. Storms and high winds can cause serious damage to trees, from a weakened branch to fully uprooting a tree. We will assess any damage and advise you on any necessary work that will minimise further damage to the tree and surrounding buildings and vegetation. We have the equipment and know-how to safely carry out tree and stump removal, regardless of the size or location of the tree.
Whatever tree services are required, Tree Culture is able to help. Contact our friendly team to set up a time for our arborist to meet you and establish what needs to be done. Whether you have a small task in a suburban back yard or a large commercial job, you can rely on Josh Geyle and Tree Culture.