Every job is a little bit different and there are a lot of variables that are considered when determining the price. These include: species, location, hazards, size, obstacles, limb quantity, expected cleanliness and more.
Yes! We are licensed through the Oregon Construction Contractors Board and are endorsed to work on residential and commercial projects.
We carry a $1,000,000 occurrence $2,000,000 aggregate general liability insurance policy to protect our clients' property. We also hold a $20,000 CCB Resiential Contractor's Bond.
Of course! Unless you don't want us to... (see next question)
Our standard jobs include removal of the brush and wood as well as a thorough raking and dust blowing.
On the front end and the back end. You can reduce the cost on the front end by preparing the job site. This includes moving pots, planters and yard ornaments, clearing a path or dropping utilities.
A large part of the cost in tree work lies in the clean up. A common way for customers to cut cost is by doing some of the cleanup themselves. Ask during your consultation and we can customize a plan to fit your needs and budget.
You have many options for handling the wood. If you want to keep the wood for yourself or a friend, you are welcome to it. We can buck it into firewood, long/short logs, or leave it for you to cut. If you don't want the wood, we can get it hauled away or you can donate it to one of the many local charities.
As the customer, you get first pick at keeping the wood chips that come from your tree. Otherwise, we have several people around town that we deliver the chips to for their gardens and pathways.