We may be biased, but here at JC Tree Services, we think there’s nowhere more beautiful than the Gold Coast. And some of the things that make our region so attractive and vibrant are the incredible trees. We just love them! Whether it’s an amazing Acacia, a fantastic Frangipani or our personal favourite – the ever-pleasing palm trees – we just can’t get enough of the countless species of trees that make Paradise Point, the Gold Coast and beyond the amazing region it is.
So here at JC Tree Services, we are proud to offer a full range of tree services to help Gold Coast locals and businesses just like you keep your trees and surroundings healthy and beautiful. And to keep our families and communities safe, and our properties protected and maintained, the most professional tree removal services in Paradise Point are sometimes exactly what is required.
The tree removal Paradise Point locals can trust
It’s simply a fact that even the most beautiful of trees become unhealthy. Trees also get damaged in storms, they die, and they can pose risks, dangers and impediments to your property, family and community.
It’s also true that trees or their roots can encroach on houses, structures and power lines, they can drop branches where they should not, or they can spoil your view, your landscaping or your development plans.
That’s where our Gold Coast tree removal services come in.
Why do trees ever need ethically removing?
- Decay or become diseased
- Get damaged in storms
- Lean in dangerous directions
- Drop branches
- Spoil views
- Damage lawns
- Affect renovations or developments
- Become too large
So when trees become dangerous, risk your property or family, fail to be properly situated or for countless other reasons, you should only ever turn to the best in the business. JC Tree Services carry out the tree removal Paradise Point homes and business can really trust. Our fully-qualified arborists have internationally experienced, our know-how and equipment are state of the art, and our safe, legal and efficient tree removal service is second to none.
When you get JC Tree Services to carry out your tree removal:
- You’re trusting a true professional
- Our services are safe
- We’ll ensure your tree removal is legal and has council approval
- We won’t leave a mess
- We won’t damage your property or those around it.
You can also turn to Jez and his friendly team to give professional advice in relocating or replacing trees.
Why choose JC Tree Services?
Did you know our service is:
Safe?: After another Gold Coast storm, a damaged tree can really pose a threat. Our unparalleled services in tree removal Paradise Point wide is delivered expertly, promptly and safely, with all staff’s training always up to date and a $10 million public liability insurance policy in place for peace of mind.
Skilful?: Not all arborists are created equal! Rest assured, Jez and his team are the Gold Coast masters in efficient and affordable tree services of every type.
State-of-the-art?: Trees may be naturally beautiful, but working with them safely and effectively requires specialist skills and the very best bespoke equipment.
Does JC Tree Services offer other tree services in Paradise Point?
We sure do! Our experienced arborists offer the best and most accurate advice and services in every aspect of tree work, from removal to pruning and far beyond.
Pruning: All over beautiful Paradise Point and beyond, JC Tree Services’ professional pruning service is a guarantee of the best-looking and healthiest trees possible.
Stump removal: Removing a stump may sound simple, but it requires skills, experience, the best equipment and more than a little elbow grease! The result is a safe solution that wipes out the risk of termites.
Tree reports: Only a qualified arborist like Jez can promptly supply you with the sort of tree report you may require for disputes, insurance and development.
History of Paradise Point
Prior to its subdivision and development, the area was a quiet fishing spot that could be reached by a track that went through swampy land, studded with eucalyptus.
Following World War II, approximately 200 hectares of the land which eventually became Paradise Point was owned by Ralph Faulkinder who had acquired it for £600 from his deferred pay following the war.