For Emergencies please call 027 528 0616


Emergencies: 027 528 0616

About us

Simon Sidey is the owner of All-Tree Services, purchasing the business in October 2010. Prior to this Simon worked as an Arborist with All-Tree Services for four years. He completed his Arboriculture training in Dunedin in 2004, where he then worked as an Arborist for three years. Simon works with a professional, friendly team that includes another three qualified Arborists, an Apprentice Arborist, Office Manager and an Administrator.

All-Tree Services provide a wide range of tree services to many local businesses and our loyal private clients. We are Council Approved, Certified ISA Arborist, part of the New Zealand Arboriculture Association and also an Approved Contractor for Notable and Protected Trees.
We strive for excellence in every aspect of our business. The quality of the work is undertaken to a very high standard and we lead the way with our Health and Safety policy and procedures. We have a comprehensive and innovative system in place, complying with Industry Standards and Best Practice Guidelines and in some cases exceeding those Guidelines.

All-Tree Services care about future generations and doing our very best to care for and preserve our environment. We do our best to save trees wherever we can. Not only are they a valuable part of our environment but they are an asset to your property. Having a well maintained garden and trees can really enhance your property and add value, so having regular assessments of your trees is a good idea.

From your first point of contact with our lovely office ladies, to your quote and consultation meeting, to getting the job done by our qualified arborists – our dedicated team will provide you with friendly and professional service.

Here at All-Tree Services we pride ourselves on our Tagline “We Care”.

Contact All-Tree Services:

Phone: 06 357 8199

Mobile (for emergencies only eg. Storm Damage, Dangerous Branches):
027 528 0616

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