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Expert Tree Felling Bryanston

Affordable Tree Removal

Expert Tree Felling Bryanston

120 Bryanston Dr, Bryanston
Sandton Gauteng 2191
South Africa

078 982 5165

Business Description

Welcome to Tree Felling Bryanston - where Bryanston's lush greenery meets expert care. Nestled in the heart of Bryanston, we're not just another tree service; we're your neighbours. Our roots (pun intended) run deep here, with over seven years dedicated to preserving the local arboreal beauty of our community.

What is our crew? Imagine them as tree whisperers. Each member brings years of hands-on experience, understanding the unique foliage of Bryanston and its environs. From the iconic Jacaranda trees to the resilient Acacias, we've cared for them all.

But it's more than just the trees. It's about you, our Bryanston family. We ensure that our services are both environmentally friendly and affordable. If you're curious to know the price, send us a message! We'll get back to you with a no-obligation quote within a day.

Tree Removal and Felling
Stump Removal
Palm Tree Removal
Tree Pruning and Trimming
Emergency Tree Removal

Business Hours

MondayOpen 24 Hours
TuesdayOpen 24 Hours
WednesdayOpen 24 Hours
ThursdayOpen 24 Hours
FridayOpen 24 Hours
SaturdayOpen 24 Hours
SundayOpen 24 Hours

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About Sandton

Sandton is a financial, commercial and residential area, located in the northern part of the City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality. Formerly an independent municipality, Sandton's name came from the combination of two of its suburbs, Sandown and Bryanston. == History == === Early settlers === Archaeological findings suggest the area which Sandton comprises today, had originally been occupied by various indigenous groups, before European settlement, most notably the Tswana and, to a lesser extent, Sotho people. The remains of an Iron Age smelter was discovered in Lone Hill, a suburb of northern Sandton. One of the first Voortrekker parties to settle in the area were the Esterhuysen family on the farm Zandfontein (Afrikaans and Dutch for Sandy Spring or Sand Fountain). A monument to commemorate them may be found just off Adrienne Street in Sandown where the family cemetery is located. Zandfontein, Driefontein (Afrikaans and Dutch for Three Springs/Fountains) and Rietfontein (Afrikaans and Dutch for Reed Spring or Fountain of Reeds) encumbered what was to become Sandton. The municipal coat of arms of Sandton pays homage to the three farms with three round fountain barrels on its chevron. In the late 19th-century the Wilhelmi family of Hannover, Germany acquired the farm Driefontein No. 3 while Rietfontein was owned by the Ehler family.

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