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Question DetailsAsked on 7/27/2015

I have lg straight tall cherry tree, and 3-4 lg pine trees near street, I would like them taken down for the wood..

the cherry tree is 100-150 ft In the front yard. The pine trees are also in the front yard near the street about the same size as cherry tree,

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Hi Sharon,

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

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Answered 5 years ago by Member Services


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Bear in mind, from a regulatory compliance standpoint, if clearing a large area or bulk of trees on property make sure there is not an ordinance regarding having to maintain a certain percentage area or number of trees on your property. From a regulatory and liability standpoint, to avoid having it called a commercial logging operation (though might still be if more than a certain amount of land being cleared) and to be covered by their insurance and bonding, generally better to pay them a nominal amount for the job, so they are acting as a contractor to you rather than you selling them the wood.

For commercial removal as a service for fee, Tree Service is your Search the List category.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD

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