Tree Felling Roodepoort
The Gauteng metropolis, including Roodepoort, looks like a man-made tropical forest in satellite images. In fact, Johannesburg and environs are one of the most tree-lined cities in the world. It is no wonder, then, that tree fellers in the Johannesburg area are in high demand.
Tree Felling in Roodepoort and Johannesburg is in High Demand
Gauteng’s love affair with trees dates back to the 1880s. The region’s topography is a grassland/savannah system and during those pioneer years, trees were planted to provide fuel, fodder and fruit. By the early 1990s, more than 10 million trees had been planted, earning Johannesburg the label of one of the most densely tree-lined cities in the world. There are in the region of 1.3 million trees on Johannesburg’s sidewalks with an estimated value of R30 billion. Not to mention the millions of trees growing in private gardens. It is no wonder, then, that tree fellers in Johannesburg are in high demand.
Roodepoort is a city that falls under the control of Johannesburg, together with Randburg and Sandton. The world-renowned botanical garden, the Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden, previously known as the Witwatersrand National Botanical Gardens, is situated in Roodepoort. The gardens consist of 300 hectares of natural cliff faces, waterfalls and grass parks. The park is renowned for its magnificent coral and wild pears trees.
1. Tree Trimming
2. Tree cutting
3. Tree care
4. Stump removal