Keeping up appearances
Once a decision has been made to put a property on the market, you’re going to want to make sure that photos included with the listing are visually appealing to potential buyers and show off the property at its best.
It’s a bit like getting a hair cut. Beforehand, your hair can look a bit straggly, maybe there’s a few split ends and wispy bits that just don’t sit right. The appearance of a property is much the same. With Tree King performing barber duty for the property, we can trim the hedges and prune the trees, get rid of those split ends and wispy bits, and have a property looking spic ‘n span, like it just left the salon!
Property managers deal with a multitude of challenges every day. By arranging a property maintenance plan that’s tailored to the property, it will mean you won’t have to worry about trees getting too close to the house, or have to deal with a tenant complaining about the lack of sunlight!
Our maintenance plans are scheduled in advance so you can sit back and forget about it. How often we visit is up to you and what it is that you’re wanting to achieve.
Is there a tree that has you a little worried? Does it appear unstable or unsafe?
Trees provide significant benefits to our surroundings, but when a tree falls and injures people or damages property, it becomes a liability. Understanding and addressing the risks associated with trees makes a property safer, and prolongs the life of the tree. As arborists certified by the ISA (International Society of Arborists), we can provide a professional tree risk assessment which will provide information in order to make decisions regarding the tree that promote the safety of people and property, but also enhances the benefits, health, and longevity of the tree.
Tree King offer a reliable, quality service you can trust. We currently work alongside many agencies including real estate/rental companies such as Ray White and Barfoot & Thompson.
We’d love the chance to work with you as well, so why not give us a call. We’re only too happy to go out on a limb, to make your job a little easier.