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Question DetailsAsked on 12/29/2017

Who can I contact to remove logs and tree remains that are in my yard in exchange for the wood they get

I cut trees down
Wood is on the property ready to be removed

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You can see a lot of prior similar questions with answers in the Lawn & Garden > Tree Service link, under Browse Projects, at lower left. Pay attention to the comments on insurance, because letting just a neighbor or some firewood vendor cut and remove it might leave you at risk of significant liability in the event of an accident or injury on your property.

Also - free removal is HIGHLY unlikely to include cleanup of the branches and debris, and may involve damage to your lawn or other damage by his truck or equipment - so you need to define what is allowed and not allowed and lay out operating area.

Safest way, though a lot more work for you and cost, is move the firewood quality wood to the edge of the sidewalk or edge of street easement and put a FREE sign on it (though potential liability risk there too), and paying a Tree Service company to chip and then spread or remove the branches and leaf debris and such.

Answered 10 months ago by LCD

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You can see a lot of prior similar questions with answers in the Lawn & Garden > Tree Service link, under Browse Projects, at lower left. Pay attention to the comments on insurance, because letting just a neighbor or some firewood vendor cut and remove it might leave you at risk of significant liability in the event of an accident or injury on your property.

Also - free removal is HIGHLY unlikely to include cleanup of the branches and debris, and may involve damage to your lawn or other damage by his truck or equipment - so you need to define what is allowed and not allowed and lay out operating area.

Safest way, though a lot more work for you and cost, is move the firewood quality wood to the edge of the sidewalk or edge of street easement and put a FREE sign on it (though potential liability risk there too), and paying a Tree Service company to chip and then spread or remove the branches and leaf debris and such.

Answered 10 months ago by LCD




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