Whether it’s trees we have pruned or removed for you, or unwanted timber on your site, we provide a complete chipping service.

Wood Chipping

Whether it’s trees we have pruned or removed for you, or unwanted timber on your site, we provide a complete chipping service.

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The right equipment for your chipping

With our heavy duty 12”, 18” & 20″ inch chippers, our experienced staff can lighten your load of branches. Argonauts now have 3 chippers in our fleet, as well as 12, 15 and 22 cubic meter capacity trucks.

Once the timber is chipped, we can either leave the chippings with you for use as environmentally friendly mulch, or remove them from site for use elsewhere or recycled for compost. Argonauts Tree Service processes over 4000 cubic meters of mulch every year. All of which is reused or composted or donated to community groups.

What can we use mulch for?

Mulch is a layer of wood chips or other plant material which is applied onto the surface area of soil. It can be used around your plants, shrubs, trees and garden beds to improve the fertility of your garden and also prepare it for sustenance during the warmer climate. Mulching helps you by:

  • Conserving moisture
  • Reducing weed growth
  • Improving the soil’s health and productivity
  • Supplying precious nutrients to the soil
  • Enhancing the natural beauty of the area
  • Aiding loosening of compacted soil

Our chipping service produces high-quality wood chip mulch, that helps your trees and plants grow better.  Its perfect for applications under plants or shrubs. It can also be used for ground surfacing and in large garden areas. We supply to businesses, schools and universities, councils, avid gardeners and individuals with a love for gardening. As we carry out daily deliveries and deal in bulk quantities, you can be fully confident your mulch arrives quickly and in premium condition.

We offer free inspection of trees and a no-obligation quotation if work is required.

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