About Us

About Reid’s Trees

The Reid’s Trees team are passionate about—and experienced in—providing property owners around the Wellington region with professional, friendly, and quality arboreal services. We provide a wide array of services including tree felling and removal, stump removal, trimming and shaping of trees, tree surgery, formative pruning, land clearing: just about anything to do with the greenery on your property. 

Our work is intended to help you achieve your goals for your land, whether they be to remove problem trees or to improve the aesthetics and health of your plants. From regular appointments aimed at training and maintaining a stunning hedge to one-off land clearing or tree removal jobs, we can do whatever arboreal tasks necessary to create the property you are dreaming of.

For peace of mind, Reid’s Trees operates with two million dollars in public liability insurance cover. However, we have never had to claim against it, and intend to keep it that way. The team takes pride in our record, and we employ careful management and thorough safety practices to make sure that our work leaves nothing behind but satisfied customers.

Reid in a Tree

Meet Reid

Reid, our fearless leader, is a highly qualified arborist with a National Certificate in Horticulture (Arboriculture) Level 4 and a National Certificate in Arboriculture Level 4 Advanced. He is also an approved assessor and boasts more than six years of experience in the industry. This means that he can take on hand-picked apprentices and train them up to his own high standards. He can also ensure that the entire team is up to date with safety techniques and certifications, so our clients can rest assured they are getting the very best arborist services.

Reid is also a member of the New Zealand Arboricultural Association; he is always on top of best practices and quality standards in the industry. Currently, he is working towards becoming an Association-approved contractor which will allow the team to take on larger contracts and also work on council trees for private residents.