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Jan 19, 2012
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Wood Chips Sales in Sydney

Wood Chip Sales

Wood Chip Sales

Wood chips are of more benefit than just being cosmetic. Once being in place they break the impact of raindrops and prevent soil erosion. Wood chips also offer insulation, protecting the trees roots from the summer heat and also preventing evaporation of water from the soil so the plant remains hydrated. There is no need to spread a weed barrier of black plastic or landscape “fabric” over the ground, then top it with a thin layer of chips. The chips serve no purpose other than cosmetic if landscaped in this fashion. The only purpose here would be to hide the ugly material that lies beneath.

Besides depriving the soil of some of the benefits of chips, spreading chips over a permanent weed barrier leads to other problems. Worst of all is when the alleged weed barrier inevitably begins to peek through as the chip layer slides around. Then even the cosmetic benefit is lost. Rather than using a non-decomposable weed barrier, pile chips right on top of bare soil or, if weeds are present, on top of paper or newspaper mulch, which eventually decomposes.

Another piece of misinformation is that gardeners have believed that chips sold in bags are better than those made from locally chipped  trees. Are termites attracted to the wood chip and will then destroy my plants? It is a seemly logical thought but termites feed on a variety of cellulose sources such as old roots, twigs, and other carbon based material in and on the ground. A mulch based on wood chips is an insignificantly contribution to the existing smorgasbord of cellulose materials.

Do diseases spread from the chipped, dead trees to the plants under which you spread the chips? This isn’t a problem because most fungi that attack living wood cannot survive on dead wood so would expire in the chips. So even if you buy and spread wood chips from a diseased pine tree to under another tree, your tree won’t get sick unless the disease survives in the dead chips and is able to be spread to your variety/species of tree, and the conditions are conducive to disease spread. The chances of this is almost like winning (a very unlucky) lottery.

The wood chip from local arborists requires more frequent replacement than store bought wood chip, but it is usually is 1/6th or less than the regular price. To get a load of local wood chips, give us a call and we will be happy to give you a tailored quote and deliver the product to your garden.

Jan 19, 2012
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Wood Chips Sales in Sydney

Wood Chip Sales

Wood Chip Sales

Wood chips are of more benefit than just being cosmetic. Once being in place they break the impact of raindrops and prevent soil erosion. Wood chips also offer insulation, protecting the trees roots from the summer heat and also preventing evaporation of water from the soil so the plant remains hydrated. There is no need to spread a weed barrier of black plastic or landscape “fabric” over the ground, then top it with a thin layer of chips. The chips serve no purpose other than cosmetic if landscaped in this fashion. The only purpose here would be to hide the ugly material that lies beneath.

Besides depriving the soil of some of the benefits of chips, spreading chips over a permanent weed barrier leads to other problems. Worst of all is when the alleged weed barrier inevitably begins to peek through as the chip layer slides around. Then even the cosmetic benefit is lost. Rather than using a non-decomposable weed barrier, pile chips right on top of bare soil or, if weeds are present, on top of paper or newspaper mulch, which eventually decomposes.

Another piece of misinformation is that gardeners have believed that chips sold in bags are better than those made from locally chipped  trees. Are termites attracted to the wood chip and will then destroy my plants? It is a seemly logical thought but termites feed on a variety of cellulose sources such as old roots, twigs, and other carbon based material in and on the ground. A mulch based on wood chips is an insignificantly contribution to the existing smorgasbord of cellulose materials.

Do diseases spread from the chipped, dead trees to the plants under which you spread the chips? This isn’t a problem because most fungi that attack living wood cannot survive on dead wood so would expire in the chips. So even if you buy and spread wood chips from a diseased pine tree to under another tree, your tree won’t get sick unless the disease survives in the dead chips and is able to be spread to your variety/species of tree, and the conditions are conducive to disease spread. The chances of this is almost like winning (a very unlucky) lottery.

The wood chip from local arborists requires more frequent replacement than store bought wood chip, but it is usually is 1/6th or less than the regular price. To get a load of local wood chips, give us a call and we will be happy to give you a tailored quote and deliver the product to your garden.

Jan 19, 2012
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Wood Chips Sales in Sydney

Wood Chip Sales

Wood Chip Sales

Wood chips are of more benefit than just being cosmetic. Once being in place they break the impact of raindrops and prevent soil erosion. Wood chips also offer insulation, protecting the trees roots from the summer heat and also preventing evaporation of water from the soil so the plant remains hydrated. There is no need to spread a weed barrier of black plastic or landscape “fabric” over the ground, then top it with a thin layer of chips. The chips serve no purpose other than cosmetic if landscaped in this fashion. The only purpose here would be to hide the ugly material that lies beneath.

Besides depriving the soil of some of the benefits of chips, spreading chips over a permanent weed barrier leads to other problems. Worst of all is when the alleged weed barrier inevitably begins to peek through as the chip layer slides around. Then even the cosmetic benefit is lost. Rather than using a non-decomposable weed barrier, pile chips right on top of bare soil or, if weeds are present, on top of paper or newspaper mulch, which eventually decomposes.

Another piece of misinformation is that gardeners have believed that chips sold in bags are better than those made from locally chipped  trees. Are termites attracted to the wood chip and will then destroy my plants? It is a seemly logical thought but termites feed on a variety of cellulose sources such as old roots, twigs, and other carbon based material in and on the ground. A mulch based on wood chips is an insignificantly contribution to the existing smorgasbord of cellulose materials.

Do diseases spread from the chipped, dead trees to the plants under which you spread the chips? This isn’t a problem because most fungi that attack living wood cannot survive on dead wood so would expire in the chips. So even if you buy and spread wood chips from a diseased pine tree to under another tree, your tree won’t get sick unless the disease survives in the dead chips and is able to be spread to your variety/species of tree, and the conditions are conducive to disease spread. The chances of this is almost like winning (a very unlucky) lottery.

The wood chip from local arborists requires more frequent replacement than store bought wood chip, but it is usually is 1/6th or less than the regular price. To get a load of local wood chips, give us a call and we will be happy to give you a tailored quote and deliver the product to your garden.

Jan 19, 2012
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Wood Chips Sales in Sydney

Wood Chip Sales

Wood Chip Sales

Wood chips are of more benefit than just being cosmetic. Once being in place they break the impact of raindrops and prevent soil erosion. Wood chips also offer insulation, protecting the trees roots from the summer heat and also preventing evaporation of water from the soil so the plant remains hydrated. There is no need to spread a weed barrier of black plastic or landscape “fabric” over the ground, then top it with a thin layer of chips. The chips serve no purpose other than cosmetic if landscaped in this fashion. The only purpose here would be to hide the ugly material that lies beneath.

Besides depriving the soil of some of the benefits of chips, spreading chips over a permanent weed barrier leads to other problems. Worst of all is when the alleged weed barrier inevitably begins to peek through as the chip layer slides around. Then even the cosmetic benefit is lost. Rather than using a non-decomposable weed barrier, pile chips right on top of bare soil or, if weeds are present, on top of paper or newspaper mulch, which eventually decomposes.

Another piece of misinformation is that gardeners have believed that chips sold in bags are better than those made from locally chipped  trees. Are termites attracted to the wood chip and will then destroy my plants? It is a seemly logical thought but termites feed on a variety of cellulose sources such as old roots, twigs, and other carbon based material in and on the ground. A mulch based on wood chips is an insignificantly contribution to the existing smorgasbord of cellulose materials.

Do diseases spread from the chipped, dead trees to the plants under which you spread the chips? This isn’t a problem because most fungi that attack living wood cannot survive on dead wood so would expire in the chips. So even if you buy and spread wood chips from a diseased pine tree to under another tree, your tree won’t get sick unless the disease survives in the dead chips and is able to be spread to your variety/species of tree, and the conditions are conducive to disease spread. The chances of this is almost like winning (a very unlucky) lottery.

The wood chip from local arborists requires more frequent replacement than store bought wood chip, but it is usually is 1/6th or less than the regular price. To get a load of local wood chips, give us a call and we will be happy to give you a tailored quote and deliver the product to your garden.

Dec 7, 2011
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Tree Stump Grinder

Stump Grinding

Bandit HB19XP Stump Grinder

Sydney Tree Removals is proud to announce that we have a new stump grinder to add to our collection of hard working arbor tools. It is a Bandit HB19XP manual self-propelled stump grinder. This is a lightweight, compact unit that can gain access to tight or confined locations. The stump grinder has a Honda engine so it has a lot of power and life in it. We are very happy to have a unit that can be easily moved to grind stumps in almost any location.

The Honda engine packs 13-horsepower and is controlled by a joystick that allows it to travel forward or reverse. It has an electric start and an electric clutch. But most importantly it features a 14 inch diameter cutter wheel with 12 carbide teeth. These teeth will tear through stumps in no time. We invested in this unit because there has been increased demand to have tree stumps removed in the back of small apartments blocks with limited access. Now we will be able to remove the stumps quickly, safely, and cost effectively.

Just a few more specification of our new stump grinder;

  • Width 38 cm (15 inches)
  • Height 137 cm (54 inches)
  • Length 218 cm (86 inches)
  • Weight 317 kg (700 pounds)
  • Cutting depth 32 cm (12.5 inches)
  • Cutting height 86 cm (34 inches)

So if you have a stump in a limited access location and you want that stump removed fast – you should contact Sydney Tree Removals for a free quote from a qualified arborist.

 

 

 

Dec 7, 2011
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Tree Stump Grinder

Stump Grinding

Bandit HB19XP Stump Grinder

Sydney Tree Removals is proud to announce that we have a new stump grinder to add to our collection of hard working arbor tools. It is a Bandit HB19XP manual self-propelled stump grinder. This is a lightweight, compact unit that can gain access to tight or confined locations. The stump grinder has a Honda engine so it has a lot of power and life in it. We are very happy to have a unit that can be easily moved to grind stumps in almost any location.

The Honda engine packs 13-horsepower and is controlled by a joystick that allows it to travel forward or reverse. It has an electric start and an electric clutch. But most importantly it features a 14 inch diameter cutter wheel with 12 carbide teeth. These teeth will tear through stumps in no time. We invested in this unit because there has been increased demand to have tree stumps removed in the back of small apartments blocks with limited access. Now we will be able to remove the stumps quickly, safely, and cost effectively.

Just a few more specification of our new stump grinder;

  • Width 38 cm (15 inches)
  • Height 137 cm (54 inches)
  • Length 218 cm (86 inches)
  • Weight 317 kg (700 pounds)
  • Cutting depth 32 cm (12.5 inches)
  • Cutting height 86 cm (34 inches)

So if you have a stump in a limited access location and you want that stump removed fast – you should contact Sydney Tree Removals for a free quote from a qualified arborist.

 

 

 

Dec 7, 2011
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Tree Stump Grinder

Stump Grinding

Bandit HB19XP Stump Grinder

Sydney Tree Removals is proud to announce that we have a new stump grinder to add to our collection of hard working arbor tools. It is a Bandit HB19XP manual self-propelled stump grinder. This is a lightweight, compact unit that can gain access to tight or confined locations. The stump grinder has a Honda engine so it has a lot of power and life in it. We are very happy to have a unit that can be easily moved to grind stumps in almost any location.

The Honda engine packs 13-horsepower and is controlled by a joystick that allows it to travel forward or reverse. It has an electric start and an electric clutch. But most importantly it features a 14 inch diameter cutter wheel with 12 carbide teeth. These teeth will tear through stumps in no time. We invested in this unit because there has been increased demand to have tree stumps removed in the back of small apartments blocks with limited access. Now we will be able to remove the stumps quickly, safely, and cost effectively.

Just a few more specification of our new stump grinder;

  • Width 38 cm (15 inches)
  • Height 137 cm (54 inches)
  • Length 218 cm (86 inches)
  • Weight 317 kg (700 pounds)
  • Cutting depth 32 cm (12.5 inches)
  • Cutting height 86 cm (34 inches)

So if you have a stump in a limited access location and you want that stump removed fast – you should contact Sydney Tree Removals for a free quote from a qualified arborist.

 

 

 

Dec 7, 2011
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Tree Stump Grinder

Stump Grinding

Bandit HB19XP Stump Grinder

Sydney Tree Removals is proud to announce that we have a new stump grinder to add to our collection of hard working arbor tools. It is a Bandit HB19XP manual self-propelled stump grinder. This is a lightweight, compact unit that can gain access to tight or confined locations. The stump grinder has a Honda engine so it has a lot of power and life in it. We are very happy to have a unit that can be easily moved to grind stumps in almost any location.

The Honda engine packs 13-horsepower and is controlled by a joystick that allows it to travel forward or reverse. It has an electric start and an electric clutch. But most importantly it features a 14 inch diameter cutter wheel with 12 carbide teeth. These teeth will tear through stumps in no time. We invested in this unit because there has been increased demand to have tree stumps removed in the back of small apartments blocks with limited access. Now we will be able to remove the stumps quickly, safely, and cost effectively.

Just a few more specification of our new stump grinder;

  • Width 38 cm (15 inches)
  • Height 137 cm (54 inches)
  • Length 218 cm (86 inches)
  • Weight 317 kg (700 pounds)
  • Cutting depth 32 cm (12.5 inches)
  • Cutting height 86 cm (34 inches)

So if you have a stump in a limited access location and you want that stump removed fast – you should contact Sydney Tree Removals for a free quote from a qualified arborist.

 

 

 

Dec 7, 2011
Comments Off on Tree Stump Grinder

Tree Stump Grinder

Stump Grinding

Bandit HB19XP Stump Grinder

Sydney Tree Removals is proud to announce that we have a new stump grinder to add to our collection of hard working arbor tools. It is a Bandit HB19XP manual self-propelled stump grinder. This is a lightweight, compact unit that can gain access to tight or confined locations. The stump grinder has a Honda engine so it has a lot of power and life in it. We are very happy to have a unit that can be easily moved to grind stumps in almost any location.

The Honda engine packs 13-horsepower and is controlled by a joystick that allows it to travel forward or reverse. It has an electric start and an electric clutch. But most importantly it features a 14 inch diameter cutter wheel with 12 carbide teeth. These teeth will tear through stumps in no time. We invested in this unit because there has been increased demand to have tree stumps removed in the back of small apartments blocks with limited access. Now we will be able to remove the stumps quickly, safely, and cost effectively.

Just a few more specification of our new stump grinder;

  • Width 38 cm (15 inches)
  • Height 137 cm (54 inches)
  • Length 218 cm (86 inches)
  • Weight 317 kg (700 pounds)
  • Cutting depth 32 cm (12.5 inches)
  • Cutting height 86 cm (34 inches)

So if you have a stump in a limited access location and you want that stump removed fast – you should contact Sydney Tree Removals for a free quote from a qualified arborist.

 

 

 

Dec 7, 2011
Comments Off on Tree Stump Grinder

Tree Stump Grinder

Stump Grinding

Bandit HB19XP Stump Grinder

Sydney Tree Removals is proud to announce that we have a new stump grinder to add to our collection of hard working arbor tools. It is a Bandit HB19XP manual self-propelled stump grinder. This is a lightweight, compact unit that can gain access to tight or confined locations. The stump grinder has a Honda engine so it has a lot of power and life in it. We are very happy to have a unit that can be easily moved to grind stumps in almost any location.

The Honda engine packs 13-horsepower and is controlled by a joystick that allows it to travel forward or reverse. It has an electric start and an electric clutch. But most importantly it features a 14 inch diameter cutter wheel with 12 carbide teeth. These teeth will tear through stumps in no time. We invested in this unit because there has been increased demand to have tree stumps removed in the back of small apartments blocks with limited access. Now we will be able to remove the stumps quickly, safely, and cost effectively.

Just a few more specification of our new stump grinder;

  • Width 38 cm (15 inches)
  • Height 137 cm (54 inches)
  • Length 218 cm (86 inches)
  • Weight 317 kg (700 pounds)
  • Cutting depth 32 cm (12.5 inches)
  • Cutting height 86 cm (34 inches)

So if you have a stump in a limited access location and you want that stump removed fast – you should contact Sydney Tree Removals for a free quote from a qualified arborist.

 

 

 

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