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Tree removal costs can vary depending on several factors, including:
Tree size: The size of the tree is one of the most significant factors affecting the cost of tree removal. Larger trees require more time, labor, and specialized equipment, which can increase the overall cost.
Tree location: Trees located in difficult-to-access areas, such as close to buildings or power lines, may require more skilled labor or specialized equipment to remove safely. This can add to the overall cost of the job.
Tree condition: Dead or diseased trees may be more challenging to remove, as they are more likely to break apart or fall unpredictably. This can require extra precautions, such as rigging or crane removal, which can add to the cost.
Debris removal: Some tree removal services may include debris removal and disposal, while others may charge an additional fee for this service.
Permit requirements: Depending on the location and size of the tree, a permit may be required for removal. Obtaining the necessary permits can add to the overall cost of the job.
For a tree located close to the roadway, at the front of the house in a residential street, the chances of having easy access for machines and tree workers is very good. On the other hand, if the tree is located around the back of the property, with no rear access, on a slope with a mountain of stairs in between, well you can bet this will increase the price of your quote. In the situation described, there may be a requirement for the tree to be chopped into manageable size pieces and manually carried to the street when they can be processed through a wood chipper. This would add many extra staff and a lot of extra time. Alternatively, the same job might require a crane large enough to lift the tree waste from the back to the front, and this could run you as much as 5-6K.
For waterfront properties, it is not uncommon to see a steep slope running towards the water way, making it extremely difficult for a tree crew to manually carry tree debris waste back up the hill. In these cases a barge would often be used to float the truck and the woodchipper to the water’s edge, making it much easier to remove the waste. This situation would decrease your manpower costs slightly, however will add the cost of the barge to your quote.
Condition and health of the tree
For a tree climber to safely navigate and dismantle a tree with ropes, the limbs and branches need to be in sound in structure. This means free from disease and significant decay, giving solid anchor points for the ropes. In many cases, the reason trees are being cut down and removed is because they have died, have diseases and are dangerous. In this circumstance the arborists will need to use either a crane, cherry picker or other type of elevated work platform to safely access the trunk and branches with a chainsaw. The arborist will not be anchored off to the tree structure and no branches would generally be lowered by using the tree structure either. The cost of adding external work platforms varies greatly by type and size, but you can reasonably assume and minimum added cost of around $1000.
Tree removal cost calculator
Dynamic Tree Solutions have decades of experience and hold some of the highest qualifications in the arboriculture industry. Our goal is to provide both value and a quality experience to all our clients and inline with this we have developed the tree removal cost calculator to really highlight our commitment to fair and consistent pricing.
Please be aware that the results you get from the calculator will be as accurate as the information you feed into it. There are also other factors that are difficult to program into a calculator so there may be some variation in the actual quote. The results from the calculator are not a final quote, but we have made it easy for you to forward on the results to us and we will usually visit your property the same day for a confirmatory quote.