The Leading Arborist in Sydney, Macarthur & The Southern Highlands
Canopy Tree is the name to trust for tree services
With over 16 years’ experience servicing Sydney, Macarthur, The Southern Highlands and surrounding areas, Canopy Tree Pty Ltd is a locally owned and operated business that offers high quality tree work, tree care and consultancy.
Focusing on practical and safe outcomes, our proud owner Nicholas Ford, is a member of Arboriculture Australia and the International Society of Arboriculture, keeping up to date with industry news and standards. Still an active tree climber in the business, Nicholas delivers over twenty years’ experience in the industry.
Some of our most popular tree management services include:
Canopy Tree aims to provide superior standards of tree maintenance, conservation, service and education through dedication, commitment and purpose in all aspects of the amenity tree industry. From initial consultations to large scale solutions, all work is conducted to the Australian Standard Pruning of Amenity Trees AS4373-2007 and to the current code of practice put out by Work Cover for the Amenity Tree Industry 1998.
Why choose Canopy Tree for all your tree service needs?
As qualified and professional arborists, we offer a huge range of tree services including tree felling, land clearing, tree removal, tree pruning, formative pruning, stump grinding, large and dangerous tree removal and much more. We also provide comprehensive tree consulting services. We service all areas between Sydney, Macarthur & The Southern Highlands including: Hornsby to Wollongong, Blue Mountains to The Eastern Suburbs, Campbelltown to Exeter and beyond.
So wherever you are located, be sure to choose the trusted arborists at Canopy Tree.
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I would like to extend a big thanks for the superb workmanship and consideration shown by you and your team during the felling of our Araucaria last week. Your understanding of the circumstances - highly unusual given the sensitive nature of the site and historic setting, and the significance of the 120 year old tree.Gary Crockett - Curator: Elizabeth Farm