Paul’s Rubbish Removal Offers Tree Removal Services to Curb Tree Felling Accidents in Sydney

Local rubbish removal company offers tree removal services all across Sydney.

Sydney, Australia - September 20, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —

Paul’s Rubbish Removal reiterated today that the company offered a new tree removal in its overall service to curb tree felling and other related accidents within the Sydney region. With 150 workers in NSW getting injured yearly for undertaking tree works, the company invested in the latest machinery to execute safe and comprehensive tree removal works.

Tree-related accidents arise due to trees’ decaying parts, exposure to extreme weather and other natural disturbances. Under NSW legislation, councils can not reprimand residents for removing trees even if it could pose risks to anyone. As a result, property owners have the sole liability for seeking tree removal and other related services to prevent tree-related incidents.

As the government calls for businesses to provide safer tree works, Pauls’ Rubbish Removal takes the challenge head-on by delivering the most comprehensive tree removal services. In the statement of the company’s founder, Paul shared how excited they are to add tree removal in their overall service offering. “Our business executes tree removal as a much-needed service to individuals opting for hazard-free greenery. Our expert team can assist our clients from obtaining permits, safely eliminating an entire tree to efficient disposal and recycling all by-products of the entire process.”

“We aim to provide extensive tree removal services to curb the tree felling and other related accidents across Sydney. We can promptly arrive to remove deteriorating trees before it damages fences, properties and inflict injuries to anyone. Our skilled workers ensure utmost safety for themselves and its clients upon executing the removal process,” he added.

Aside from industry-leading tree removal machinery, Paul’s Rubbish Removal has a strong partnership with the vast network of facilities to recycle and dispose of all green wastes effectively. With its highly trained team, the company targets to offer the safest and eco-friendly method in eliminating old trees. Its services include removal of tree stumps, protruding roots and lopped branches and logs.

The local Sydney business, with over ten years of industry experience, vows to handle all tree removal needs of all residents in the Sydney region. As it commits to provide the most affordable tree removal, residents can indisputably achieve magnificent gardens and landscapes without tree-related hazards.

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