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Removal of 25 Pine trees ranging from 4 to 5 feet in diameter to about 35 to 40 feet tall around property line.

I have 25 Pine trees ranging from 4 to 5 feet in diameter to about 35 to 40 feet tall around property line. Would like to have removed.

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Wow - those trees must have been seriously topped at some point if only 35-40 feet tall but that big around - unless you mean circumference, not diameter. Most pines that big in diameter (unless you measured right at ground level) would be pushing 100-150 feet or so.


Tree service is your Search the List category - you can look in the Lawn and Garden - Tree Service link in Browse Projects (at lower left) for some idea of ballpark costs for various types of tree service, because the cost can vary by a factor of 2-3 or more between just felling a tree in open country (no buildings, powerlines, etc in the way) to the other extremes of having to take it down by rope in a hazard situation, or total removal offsite of the entire tree including raking up all debris and grinding the stump and so forth.

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