Arbortech Tree Services
Arbortech Tree Services has the experience, skills and arborist equipment to handle all your tree care requirements. We have been providing quality tree management and expert Arborist advice to South Australians since 1985.
As specialists in Arboriculture our professional team of
qualified Arborists provide a comprehensive range of
contracting services to the public and private sectors.
Our uncompromising principles and high Arboricultural
standards have placed us in a unique position in our
industry as the benchmark for quality tree care and arboricultural expertise.
The long term success of the Arbortech operation
reflects the dedication, commitment and technical
expertise of our qualified staff, including ISA Certified Arborists, making Arbortech a respected
name in the tree care industry across the country.
Arbortech clients come from a wide cross section of businesses, private individuals and corporations in greater Adelaide and
South Australia who value and interact with trees in
the urban and rural environments on many levels.
- private residential properties
- property and unit trust managers
- real estate companies
- State government institutions
- local councils across the state
- state government bodies
- public and private schools
- property developers
- commonwealth departments
For the past 25 years our dedicated team of qualified Arborists has
been helping individuals and organizations
with every aspect of tree care, including tree reports and surveys, tree planting, tree pruning, reporting on and pruning significant trees, tree removal and stump removal. Arbortech staff do not condone or practice tree lopping. Tree lopping is listed as an unacceptable practice in the Australian Standard AS4373 -2007 ‘Pruning of amenity trees.’
Not only do our clients benefit from our dedication
and expertise with trees, the wider urban forest
does to, making it a better place for wildlife, as well
as us and our children.
Wherever possible Arbortech staff will preserve habitat, including hollows, dead stubs, dead
wood (that does not pose a risk of harm) and mistletoes to retain habitat in trees we are managing.