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Our personable Tree Focus Ltd Auckland Arborist team are efficient, qualified Arborists based in Albany on the North Shore of Auckland who are extremely passionate about trees and maintaining tree health and palm tree health and achieving the highest quality result for your trees following best arboricultural practice. Tree Focus service - Albany, Oteha, Torbay, Greenhithe, Paremoremo, Coatesville, Riverhead, Dairy Flat, Okura, Stillwater, Silverdale, Wainui, Waitoki, Waiake, Northcross, Long Bay, North Shore, Browns Bay, Redvale, Sunnynook, Totara Vale, Mairangi Bay, Castor Bay, Campbells Bay, Milford, Takapuna, East Coast Bay, Devonport, Narrowneck, Hauraki, Belmont, Bayswater, Birkenhead, Beach Haven, Birkdale, Northcote, Glenfield, Chatswood, Hibiscus Coast, Whangaparaoa, Rodney and central Auckland area.

Our professional, friendly Tree Focus Ltd Arborist team specialise in all aspects of Arboricultural tree services from small to extremely large trees and palm trees:

Why the Tree Focus team?

We supply a free quote with a prompt reply. Please give us a call or Click here , you will be contacted as soon as possible at the latest within 1 working day. 

Insurance and Liability Cover $2,000,000 Broadform Liability cover, $1,000,000, statutory Liability cover. Our equipment and working procedures comply with New Zealand Arboriculture Standards. We have an up to date Health and Safety Policy and can provide Risk Assessments and Method Statements. All documents and qualifications can be produced if required and we always provide the safest and securest service possible. Click here to view.

Contact Details

Phone: 0800 ARBORIST (272674)

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About Us

About Us

Stuart Watson is the owner and leads the efficient, professional, skilled and friendly Albany based, North Shore, Tree Focus Ltd Arborist team that Stuart established in 2008.