The primary motivation for you to buy a house that is in no way connected to dwellings that are in its vicinity is that you might have wanted some kind of a yard to play around in. If this yard has a massive tree growing out of it, suffice it to say that you would be frustrated and more or less at your wit’s end at this current point in time. After all, it can be really difficult to enjoy a spacious backyard if so much of this space has been taken up by a tree that isn’t doing all that much good for you either.
Luckily for you, Mike Timber’s tree removal can cut this tree down so quickly that you might not even realize that there was any kind of wait time involved at all. That said, it would be best if you tried to estimate the cost of tree removal before you went out and hired someone for the job. The most accurate estimation that you can make is by first measuring the height of your tree in feet and then multiplying this value by fifteen.
Most service providers will charge you around fifteen dollars per foot of height in your tree, and as a result of the fact that this is the case a fifty foot tall tree should cost you around $750 to cut down although this is most definitely the upper end of the pricing spectrum. It’s far more likely that you could get your tree cutting needs accommodated for as little as five hundred as well, and that’s for an exceptionally long tree that is pretty rare in residential homes all in all.