tree stump removal
The cost of tree removal is not dependent on the tree. Additional factors can increase the cost. If you live in remote areas, the contractor may charge a travel surcharge because they will have to transport heavy machinery to your property. People who live in areas with higher living costs will likely pay more for tree removal services.
It is also more expensive to remove trees if it becomes more difficult. These include sloped yards, rocky soil, weak branches, and muddy soil. Tree removal may be more expensive if it is difficult to reach or fall the tree, such as if it is close to power lines or near your home or other buildings.
These cases require special machinery such as cranes to prevent the tree from falling on nearby structures. A crane is required for tree removal jobs. This will add an additional $500.
A permit is required in many areas to remove trees over 10 feet tall. Although permits are relatively inexpensive (approximately $60 to $150), failing to obtain one before you start work could result in a larger fine.
Most homeowners want to remove trees as part a larger landscaping project, with the exception of emergency tree cutting. You might also want to consider other services offered by tree removal companies. It is possible to save money by hiring a company to complete a project, rather than splitting it into several jobs.