We Go Out On A Limb For Service

About Robert Mank Tree Care Service in Dapto

Experience & Expertise
In Tree Care

Robert Mank Tree Care Service has been providing exceptional value tree removals, tree lopping and land clearing services to Wollongong homes and businesses since 2000.

Based in Dapto, we are ready for tree removal and land clearing—24/7 when emergency attention is needed.

From tree pruning to mulching, there is no job too big or small for our team.

“We go out on a limb for service” is our motto. You can count on Robert Mank Tree Care Service to show up promptly, especially in emergency situations.

We do our very best, always, to keep our professional appointments and deliver customer service that is second to none.

You can see from our customer reviews that we refuse to cut corners on the job. We conduct our work with safety in mind at all times. Nothing is left to chance.

Our costs are, without question, down to earth and we make sure the job is done post-haste. One regret you’ll never have is calling Robert Mank Tree Care Service.

In the event of emergency tree services, we are the only tree removals company you need in your phone’s contacts.

Our Story

Robert Mank Tree Care Service first opened its doors in 2000 and has since become the go-to for tree services in Wollongong and surrounding Illawarra areas.

Our family owned and operated business has made a name for itself in and around Wollongong, as our customer reviews show.

We’re proud to state that our entire team is made up of qualified arborists, including members with AQF3 and AQF5 qualifications.

Holding an Australian Arborist Industry Licence—# AL2856—our business practices, as well as our equipment, comply with SafeWork NSW standards.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us for any tree removal, pruning, mulching and land clearing work. Our quotations are free, highly competitive and no-obligation.

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Frequently
Asked Questions

FAQ1

How do I know when tree removal is necessary?

Storm damage and diseased trees are the most common reasons for tree removal. Most often the damage is extreme and likely to threaten the safety of people, vehicles and property. Other reasons include when a tree represents a potential fire hazard or it encroaches on power lines or plumbing pipes. Perhaps the tree is too close to your house or depriving the home of sunlight. And, of course, removal may be necessary because the tree is dying or is already dead.

FAQ2

What is Crown Thinning?

Crown thinning describes the process of removing of selected branches throughout the crown of a tree. This is a type of pruning that doesn’t appear to modify the size of a tree but leaves an even structure throughout the crown. Crown thinning will allow more light through the tree. Reducing the tree’s weight in this manner is a good way to minimise the potential for the tree to suffer damage in storms and high winds.

FAQ3

What is Deadwooding?

Deadwooding is the term used for the removal of a trees dead branches. These dead branches may threaten the health of the tree and others like it, especially where disease is present. Along with being unsightly, dead branches can also be hazardous. They can snap off at any time, especially during storms and winds. The threat to people and property should not be ignored. Safe removal of dead branches is best carried out by a qualified and insured arborist.

FAQ4

Why remove tree stumps? Surely Nature will take its course…

The stump from a mature tree will take a considerable time to rot. It’s not going to happen in a matter of weeks. In the meantime, the space it occupies is unusable. And while it’s there, it will inevitably become home to vermin and insects. Should termites take up residence, your house might then be their next target. To prevent this outcome, stump grinding is the most sensible option. It will also remove a potential safety hazard for any young children who play in your yard.

FAQ5

How will mulch benefit my garden?

We are regularly called to mulch the green waste from pruning and lopping trees. Our machinery can do the job, whereas domestic models and most hire equipment won’t be up to the more heavy-duty tasks. The resulting mulch will consist of organic material. Over time, it will decompose with only nutrient-rich remains. In the meantime, the mulch will help retain moisture in the soil, suppress weeds, reduce erosion and insulate the soil against direct sun exposure.

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