Zach Muller wrote:Best rates I have found were from the Forman of the company that tends to the trees under power lines. I saw them in the area and went out to talk to them about wood mulch, next thing I know we are talking about all the sad trees on the lot how they will need removal soon and he is quoting the lowest prices ever. I guess he had his own tree trimming service on the side.
casey lem wrote:Do the trees absolutely need to come down, or could you trim a little to filter sunlight? As far as rates, we had a large branch over our power lines. I called the power company and they came out for free. Might be an option. Also, I find I'm always running into friends/ co workers who know someone who has a tree trimming business, might find a deal if you look. If the trees do com down you can always use the wood another way.
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