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About Our Tree Removal Services
We offer a broad variety of tree services here in the Fort Lauderdale area. Our services are here to ensure that you never have any issues with your trees.
Emergency Tree Removal
Sometimes, you may plant a tree in a location that you think you like, but as soon as the it starts to get bigger, you find that you do not like it in that location. We are more than happy to come out to relocate your tree for you. If you have trees that you are needing transferred into your yard, we can do that for you. You might be able to transfer some trees yourself, but the bigger the tree is, the harder it is going to be to plant. In addition to being hard to plant, transferring trees takes skills. You do not want to hurt the roots, and you will want to make sure that you plant it deep enough. Our team of experts will be able to plant that tree correctly to ensure that it grows and is happy.
Cost of Tree Removal
When it comes to tree removal, every homeowner is faced with the same issue: how much does it cost? A lot of people don’t know the answer to that question until they start looking at the estimates. After all, a tree removal company comes in and estimates your tree’s worth before doing any work. This means that you’re not only insured against theft or injury, but you know what the total price will be before they do any work. The estimates are usually pretty close to the final price because professionals are almost always willing to compromise to get the job done right and you won’t need to worry about the price for a few days.
The average cost to eliminate a large tree, especially one that’s larger than a bushy shrub, is somewhere around $1000. For smaller trees up to thirty feet tall you might expect to pay between $ 250 and $ 700, for larger trees over 30 feet in the price range may range from $ 700 to $1000. Trimming a large tree can also add several hundred dollars onto the bill, so if your tree is big enough to be cut down then trimming it should definitely be on your list of priorities. The reason is that trimming out the dead branches and leaves takes more time and skill, besides it can create an unkempt look that is very unappealing to prospective buyers. You can expect to trim to cost between seventy and a hundred dollars per hour, including all parts of the labor for cutting, lifting, and removing the stump.
Besides just hiring a professional tree removal company, there are several other things that you can do to help reduce your expenses. First of all, never ever throw away your limbs. Don’t use them for mulch, because they are actually good for composting. The majority of homeowners would be surprised at just how many trees are disposed of and in what ways. This practice of disposing of limbs not only puts trash in the landfill but also takes precious plant life away from the area.