I have said this many times, there has never been a tree I have come across yet that we could not remove. That said, tree removal can be expensive. We look for every way possible to keep the costs of tree removal down for a customer, but some things there is no getting around.
When trees are left for a very long time when they should have been removed many years before, they get to a point where it is no longer safe to put an arborist in a tree and use rigging to remove the tree in sections. At this point, a crane must be brought in, this quickly pushes an hourly rate to double what the normal rate is, because cranes are extremely expensive to operate and the liability for the company now shoots through the roof.
The first thing to learn from this is to get your trees evaluated early. The second thing though is that nothing is impossible. The next biggest cost of a removal besides labor is the debris removal.
Large wood from a tree removal is extremely time consuming not only to cut up and haul, but also costs a tree service an incredible amount of money to dispose of. In some scenarios customers have properties where they are able to keep and burn wood or have it removed by lower cost operations than tree services.
We work with you to find the best fit for your budget. We are well equipped to handle any tree and wood removal situation, but our customers satisfaction level at the end is what is most important to us.