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Question DetailsAsked on 3/30/2018

Lookng for someone to cut and remove a tree that felt in my yard for freeofcharge.

My phone number is: (857) 312-8684 the person can call me anytime, text or email me at jeanfelix.gi@gmail.com to schedule a date and time. Thank you!

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You will likely find Angies List removing your personal contact info from this post, because posting that violates the terms of service. Plus it was unlikely to yield any results for you anyway - first this is a nationwide forum, plus contractors do not prowl it looking for business.


You can find a number of previous similar questions with answers on who does tree removals, and risks of having uninsured people do it or allowing Joe Neighbor to fell or remove wood (because of the risks of damage to property or personal injury on your property). Look at the Home & Garden > Tree Service link, under Browse Projects, at lower left for a lot of similar questions with answers on that subject.


Contrary to street myth, not that easy to find people to do this for the wood - generally only way to do that is to cut the firewood sized pieces of wood to conveniently handled/loaded or fireplace length and stack near the street with a FREE sign on it, then it will commonly disappear - though still at least a nominal personal injury liability for you even in that case.

Answered 7 months ago by LCD




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