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Thin Red Oaks
Amount: $125.00 per tree
Posted by: Homeowner in Fort Worth, TX in Fort Worth, TX.Posted: August 10th, 2010 08:08AM
Type of Tree: Shumard Red OakHeight: 40'
Contractor: Vergara Tree Service
Neighbors had some live oaks nicely trimmed for $50 a tree by these guys and recommended them. Our trees are quite a bit bigger and have never had a good thinning, so they asked for $150 a tree, but accepted $125. This price did not include haul-off - they stacked on curb for the city's monthly bulk waste pickup.
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Palm Tree Pruning/removal of fronds
Amount: $45.00 per tree
Posted by: Leonard in Corona, CA.Posted: June 24th, 2010 01:06PM
Type of Tree: PalmHeight: 25 feet
Contractor: Sammy's Tree Service
This man and his 2 co-workers did a fantastic Job! They did all 6 palm trees in my front yard, and cleaned up the whole mess within 4 hours!
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Good Deal
Amount: $0.00 per tree
Posted by: Good Deal in Escondido, CA.Posted: April 7th, 2010 12:04PM
Type of Tree: VariousHeight: Various
Contractor: Diamond Tree Care
This guy were not bad at all. The job is done, and no damages resulted. I could note the experience in the contractor which I need to hear when services charge bottom market rates. I was told $300 per day.
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uprooted
Amount: $300.00 per tree
Posted by: ranpc in Lindenhurst, NY.Posted: March 23rd, 2010 07:03AM
Type of Tree: pine treeHeight: 25 feet
Contractor: Cheap Charlie's
Pine tree uprooted in storm was leaning on electrical wires. They cut tree down, ground the stump. For $50 more trimmed dogwood that hung over the fence.
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Palm Tree Trimming
Amount: $270.00 per tree
Posted by: a user in Pico Rivera, CA.Posted: December 10th, 2009 10:12AM
Type of Tree: Palm TreeHeight: 30
Contractor: Sals Tree Service
This company did an excellent job, i have used them before and quality is great. Hauled and cleaned the area nicely.
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idiots on craigslist
Amount: $100.00 per tree
Posted by: Robert Miserendino in Troy, OH.Posted: August 20th, 2009 06:08AM
Type of Tree: cedarHeight: 20 foot
Contractor: 3 fingers
Some guy on Craigslist is paying 100.00 to remove his dead cedar tree from his property. He wants it cut down and hauled away for 100.00. I Emailed him and told him that I would "make it fall on his property for 100 bux" He wondered why he was getting such high estimates.
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selective cutting, shaping
Amount: $300.00 per tree
Posted by: Kurt Zarbock in Advance, NC.Posted: August 20th, 2009 03:08AM
Type of Tree: pin oak and poplarHeight: 60'+
Contractor: Chris's tree service
Qoute for complete job. cut and haul away debris. Work still to come next week.
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Pines removed
Amount: $300.00 per tree
Posted by: Carrie Lazorchak in Ellicot City, MD.Posted: June 10th, 2009 05:06AM
Type of Tree: EvergreenHeight: 60 ft
Contractor: Ichabods Tree Experts
We had several large evergreens removed from around the house, it was nice having a tree expert proform the work. Ichabods Tree Experts in Westminster Maryland www.ichabodstree.com
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You get what you pay for
Amount: $500.00 per tree
Posted by: Matt Ostrowski- Tree Medicine in Denver, CO.Posted: April 25th, 2009 09:04PM
Type of Tree: All treesHeight: all heights
Contractor: only licensed
Remember that Tree Care is truly a service that falls into the category of "you get what you pay for". Licensed and Insured companies do cost a little more than the door knockers, but the difference in service can be priceless. Tree work is dangerous and only a trained professional should be allowed on your property. The best way to get a competitive bid is to get at least 3 bids from competing licensed companies. Look on the web.
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Stone Pine with broken branches
Amount: $2,600.00 per tree
Posted by: A user in San Diego, CA in San Diego, CA.Posted: December 5th, 2008 02:12PM
Type of Tree: Stone PIneHeight:
We discussed removing the 3 broken branches and 'tipping' the lower branches. They cut everthing away from the lower half. Very unhappy. negotiated paying $1,000. Still very high.
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Pruning
Amount: $300.00 per tree
Posted by: a user in mountain view, CA.Posted: November 7th, 2008 11:11AM
Type of Tree: PlumHeight: 20
trimmed dead branches
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Tree pruning
Amount: $300.00 per tree
Posted by: Mile High One in Denver, CO.Posted: January 30th, 2008 08:01AM
Type of Tree: Silver MapleHeight: 60 ft.
Pruning of 3 Silver Maples: $950 for the whole job. Trees are located near a fairly busy street and will have some deadwood removed.
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$300 to prune our palm tree
Amount: $300.00 per tree
Posted by: palmtree in Campbell, CA.Posted: October 8th, 2007 04:10AM
Type of Tree: PalmHeight: 30'
We have a Washingtonia robusta palm in front of our house -- the tall, thin, common kind. It's around 30' tall. It looks a little bad because the last 10' has a thick, curled-up, shrub-like gray husk from where the palm fronds used to be. We've asked a few tree pruning services, and every one has quoted $300 to prune the palm. They claim it's so expensive because the tree is so tall and they have to specially dispose of palm tree leaves.
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