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Question DetailsAsked on 6/9/2015

I need to get a large tree branch removed for free they can keep the wood.

A large tree branch fell on the lawn I need it removed

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getting a large tree branch removed from front lawn.

Answered 4 years ago by TracyF52

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For a single branch, regardless of how big, I would doubt anyone would come get it for free unless it was a neighbor looking for firewood. You could try Firewood companies, but for that small a job likely to charge you at least $25-50 I would expect.


Removal by a tree service probably $100-200 minimum charge. If you want it cut up to firewood and stacked in a woodpile you might get it for about $50-100 by a Handyman.


Cheapest way - and if you don't have one would probably pay for the saw and a 3-pack of 14 or 16" wood blades, assuming you are physically able to do it - buy a decent $40 range) sawzall and do it yourself, if within extension cord reach of an outlet. Or of course, if you have a neighbor with a chainway he might cut it up into firewood lengths for you.

Answered 4 years ago by LCD




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