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Remove half snapped branch from large gum tree

Posted by Ross D.

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Dulwich Hill NSW, Australia

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Thursday, 1st Oct 2015
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Gum tree in back garden needs branch that has half snapped to be removed. It is resting on top of another tree in our back garden. There are a couple of smaller branches that need a trim.

The branch that has snapped is about 3-4m long and about 5cm in diameter at snapped point. It is high up. The snap would be above our 2 story house.

Remove all branches/debris by Friday. The earlier the better.
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Ross D. left a review for Murray C.
“This was a tricky task, and I was not sure Murray would be up to it. Trust Murray to get it done – Thanks Mr Tenacity!”
Murray C. left a review for Ross D.
“Ross was easy to work with and really appreciated his support (thanks for hilding my ladder). Great communication and prompt relaease of funds. THANKS ROSS”
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Murray C.
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Have both worked and trained others in Forestry skills, have the needed equipment and can come pretty much asap, Even this afternoon if needed
All work guaranteed
WWC and Police checks available
Questions(4)
HI Ross,

When you say there are "a couple of smaller branches that need a trim"...are they higher or lower than the main branch that needs removal? Thanks.
Thanks for the Photos Ross. Can assist with this task and have tools etc
Can also provide WWC and police Clearance if required
Happy to remove what is cut off this branch as well
Any day except Sunday and can be there around 0700,
otherwise in your area Friday morning
Ross D.poster
Just added a photo. I would think you could do it with a small chainsaw on an extension pole, while on standing on a large A-frame ladder.
Hi Ross, Any chance of any Photos?
Would an ordinary extension ladder reach this or is it higher?
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