Phone: 021 0228 2668

RD1 Whananaki, Hikurangi

Trees are an asset for any landowner. Whether they provide shade and privacy in form of a hedge or create an income as part of a fruit orchard, they significantly increase the value of your property – as long as they’re healthy and safe. However, due to neglect, age or disease, trees can also quickly turn into health and safety hazards and become a huge obstacle that needs taken care of as soon as possible.

The highly qualified team at Treecycle can help maintain your trees and hedges to ensure their functionality and extend their longevity. Based in Whananaki, business owner Nick Holmes and his crew of skilled and experienced arborists offer professional tree care services from pruning, trimming and milling to the complete dismantling of unsafe, sick or diseased trees and entire hedges.

At Treecycle, respecting and reusing any aspect of a tree is a vital part of the company’s philosophy. Any leftover branches and leaves are turned into a fine organic mulch of wood chips which can be re-used for mulching or composting to retain soil moisture and control weeds. Likewise, if a tree needs to be removed completely, it is either cut into chunks for firewood or the logs are chainsawed and milled into slabs and fine timber.

As a special service, Treecycle provides a 24-hour emergency tree hotline so you can rest assured that your needs are taken care of immediately. The company also offers extensive planting advice from sourcing the right plants to finding the perfect location as well as designing, propagating and maintaining permaculture and fruit orchards.

For all your tree work and planting needs, or if you’d like to inquire about organic mulch or timber products such as carving wood, contact Treecycle today and receive a free, non-obligatory quote. The team of qualified arborists operates throughout the entire Whangarei District including the Whangarei Heads area as well as along the Tutukaka Coast and western communities such as Poroti, Maungatapere, Maungakahia and Ruatangata.