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Question DetailsAsked on 4/25/2017

i live in texas, zip 77372, i need over 15 trees removed on my property in exchange they can keep the wood

there is no details just need 15 or more very large trees removed from my acre, I do have a house on it. pin oaks, white oaks, walnut, cottonwood etc......

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This is James in Member Care. Thanks for your interest in Angie's List!

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I don't know where people get the idea that lots of vendors are out there just waiting to jump on an offer to cut trees in small quantities just for the wood - not all that common, especially if near utilities or buildings or such as opposed to on undeveloped land.


You can find a LOT of previous similar questions about getting rid of unwanted trees for free - with commentaries on what sort of vendors and individuals will do this, the risks involved - particularly if near utilities or buildings or cars or such, and the possibilities that (for significant number of trees) that permit(s) will be reqwuired for this. Look in the Lawn & Garden - Tree Service link under Browse Projects, at lower left.

Answered 1 year ago by LCD




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