This Paulownia tree had an approx. 1m split in the main union. We recommended the removal of the tree over preservation methods. One side of the tree canopy was dead leading to the assumption of root damage . The tree also showed no signs of compensation growth to the damage (split) in the main union. Paulownia trees are not native to New Zealand and although they add aesthetic value to a property, they have very little ecological value for native fauna and flora.
The contract involved the dismantle of the tree without damaging any of the bordering vegetation or structures as well as ringing up the wood.
Climber: Rossy from Pro Climb