Tree Removal Adelaide can prove to be quite risky and sometimes even life threatening. It’s not recommended to eradicate a stump or a tree by you until it’s a very small one. Otherwise, the process of tree removal is better left to the hands of the professionals. These tree removal professionals have the requisite tools and knowledge.
In case you have some tree in your premises which need to be removed which is not so big, but has to be eradicated, you may do it on your own with the help of right knowledge, tools as well as planning.
Preparation for tree removal
Right preparation for the tree removal includes gathering all the supplies needed and a comprehensive scrutinisation of that tree. You may look to check if the stump is leaning on one side or you may even plan a route for escaping if it doesn’t fall in the right direction.
Also, you may examine whether there are some obstacles or not, In case you’re sure that there’s sufficient and safe clearance for tree to come down, you may gather your tools and equipment. This includes:
- Safety gears i.e. the utility gloves, hard hat, goggles, steel boots, etc.
For removing the tree
Once you have gathered all the supplies and equipment, you may start the process of removing the tree. Firstly, you may use the axe for knocking the bark a couple of times and at different places. Finding less dense are for cutting would be much easier. Next, you may plan which sides of the stump you would like to cuts first.
You should see where the tree is leaning naturally. It would be better to remove a tree in a direction where it wants to fall naturally. Make sure that the area where the stump of the tree drops is levelled properly so that the stump doesn’t roll after falling.
Make horizontal cut at the height of the hip and approximately 1/3rd of the tree. You may conduct the Tree Stump Removal Adelaide where you want the tree to fall. In case you wish the tree to go on the right, you should cut the similar side so that it falls inwards.
The stump would fall perpendicular to the horizontal cut. The second cut needs to create wedge into the stump. Thus, you should make the 2nd cut at the angle from initial cut. It may look like lemon wedge.
The 3rd cut is known as back cut and it should be done on opposite side of the wedge cut.
So before you plan to conduct tree removal you should make sure that you are fully prepared for it.
Before you plan to do tree removal on your own or by an Arborist Adelaide, you should make all necessary preparations. You should be fully equipped and ready for the process so that it can be done in a safe and right manner.