If you have a large tree in your garden and to remove, you should consider the total costs involved. If you have free time (and friends) you may be able to cut and remove the tree yourself, but you still must consider the cost of rental of heavy equipment needed. Hiring a service to take charge of the tree in your place can be more efficient and possibly less expensive in the long term.
Always examines where your tree is before you start any removal procedure. The type and arrangement of the tree is very important: it notifies the local government and utilities first. If the tree spreads its roots deep into the soil, it can be a threat to the sidewalk and the water network. If the tree is in front of your house, it could belong to the property of the city, and there is a good chance that they will remove it for free. However, if the tree is located near your home, you should be tied up and shot down by sections, which can increase the cost when hiring a tree removal service.
Medium sized trees can reach 60 feet (18.2 m), but may also include smaller versions of 30 feet (9.14 m). Alder, rubber trees, wild apple trees and many other varieties fall into this category. In 2010, these trees can cost as much as US $ 900 to remove the larger versions, but the smaller types can cost only about $ 175.
Trees of 60 to 80 feet (18.2 and 24.3 m) in height are generally regarded as large trees such as red pine and oak varieties. Removing these trees can cost from US $ 400 to US $ 1,000. Removing the larger trees, which reach as high as 100 feet (30.4 m) and the American ash, bur oak and maple sugar, can cost over $ 1,500.
Several tree removal procedures may cost more, depending on the services you want. For example, if you want your branches and trunks are converted into chips, services usually charge about $ 100 an hour for services chopped. It also costs extra, between US $ 50 and US $ 300, which the company takes wood or chips in your home. While some businesses and cut the tree stump will be, it can cost several hundred dollars and grind completely out of the earth along with the main roots. If you want to make an inquiry before we start, an arborist can charge up to $ 125 an hour for their consultation fees.