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After we moved into a new home, I realized that the trees out front needed some serious attention. They were overgrown, tired-looking, and a little dangerous, so I started working with professional arborists to have them trimmed. It was a lot of work, but before we knew it, things had really improved. By the time they were finished pruning the branches, the trees didn't block the view of our home and we really felt like they would bloom better in the spring. Check out this blog for more information that could help you to keep your trees happy and healthy.

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5 Factors That Determine The Cost Of Tree Removal

Many homeowners are hesitant about hiring professionals for tree removal for the simple fact that they are afraid of cost. However, the cost can vary depending on certain factors. Besides, hiring professionals for tree removal is really the best way to get it done safely and without causing more damage than what may have already been done. Here are five factors that are going to determine the cost:

  1. The Location: Trees that are located close to the road are going to be more difficult to remove, and thus more expensive. This is because the professionals will need to help give caution to traffic and pedestrians going by. Also, if the tree is located close to a structure, then it's going to be more difficult and extra caution will need to be taken. A more detailed plan for removal will need to be done in these situations, which can take more time and labor, thus leading to higher costs. 
  2. The Size: Of course, size matters as well, since a larger tree is obviously going to cost more, especially if it's so large that it needs to be removed in pieces, which is often the case. A smaller tree that can be removed in one piece means much less work and might even require only one or two laborers to get the job done. 
  3. The Specifications: Some homeowners might have special requests that can lead to higher costs of labor. For example, if you don't want equipment on your lawn, then it's going to require a more specialized and extensive plan for removal, especially if the tree is in the middle of your lawn. You can also expect higher costs if you need the job done on a certain day, rather than having flexible times when it can be done. 
  4. The Equipment: Larger equipment is going to be more costly, which is what's needed if the tree has to be removed in pieces. To help save some money, if you know that this is what's needed, be sure that you are flexible and allow them to park the equipment where it's easier for them to get the job done. 
  5. The Amount of Time: Finally, you must be aware that some tree removals are going to take more than a day, which costs more to do. If you have to remove the tree in pieces, then it could even take up to a week for the job to be done. 

The best way to figure out a price for your tree removal is to hire professionals for a consultation. They will come to your home and discuss the best plan for your tree removal, which will include the price for the job. Ask for ways you can save to help potentially lower the costs. For more information, talk to companies like A Advanced Tree Service.