Category Archives: Tree Canopy

Powerful Owls visit introduced chainsaw hollow

Did you know that Powerful Owls are named so because of their incredible size and strength. They can fly at up to 60 km/h and have been known to attack prey up to 3 times their own weight! This near threatened species typically nest in very large tree hollows and will … Continue Reading ››

Live Tree Chainsaw Hollow and Habitat Installation Video

Video: Treetec Ecological Services - Chainsaw hollow and habitat installation. Treetec specialise in canopy access wildlife habitat projects.
Video: Treetec Ecological Services - Chainsaw hollow and habitat installation. Treetec specialise in canopy access wildlife habitat projects.
See Treetec's latest video on our ecological … Continue Reading ››

What is the difference between an arborist and a tree lopper?

What is an Arborist?
Tree arborists not tree loppers
Treetec arborists are specially trained to carefully access tree canopies and manage trees for tree health and care.
An arborist is engaged in the field of Arboriculture which is primarily concerned with the selection, planting, and care … Continue Reading ››

What qualifications should an arborist have?

Qualified specialist arborist.
Specialist Treetec arborist. Trained in OH&S skills to safely scale large trees.
What qualifications should an arborist have? Article information based in Melbourne, Victoria. Arboriculture and arborists are not regulated in the way electricians, plumbers or forklift operators are, there's currently no legal requirement … Continue Reading ››

What can you do if you are unhappy with tree related services?

What recourse do you have if you are not happy with a tree related service in Melbourne, Victoria?
Qualified specialist Tree climbing arborist
Treetec provide specialist arboriculture services. Arborists are trained in safety and deliver customised tree care solutions.
If there is an issue with … Continue Reading ››

DBH, TPZ and SRZ Calculator

 



 

TPZ / SRZ CALCULATOR | ENCROACHMENT

(Aligned with AS 4970-2009)

DBH calculator

Use the calculator below to determine the Diameter at Breast Height (DBH) of a multi-stemmed tree. Use the red boxes to input the measurements, always in metres e.g. 65 cm calliper - … Continue Reading ››