If a crane is needed to remove tree the cost could be betwee, $900 and $1,500.
Old Tappan has a tree ordinance which should be checked at town hall.
Anything further, please call me at 201 446 8349.
best regards, mike kijowski
Wendy W. Dessanti
Valkam Tree Service
25C CEDAR LANE
TEANECK, NJ 07666 phone:
Coldwell Banker Residential RE
LMK if you want a contact name for the tree removal co that removed an 80 year Cooper Beech for $2,000....had easy access. Ground the stump but did not remove the chips.
Westwood is close to Ridgewood so I'm sure they cover the town.
Quotes ranged from $3,700 to $8,800 for dropping, grinding, haul away and grading.
Add to that cost any landscaping that must be done to restore the area of intened use.
I would imagine labor costs in NJ are higner than in FLORIDA.
As everyone one has stated, it depends on size, location and if you can actually get a removal permit.
Best of success to you,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, Fl
Tree removal is a tricky business. Make sure you get at least 2 estimates. Ask neighbors or friends who they have used. I know of people who got two estimates and one can be twice the price of the other. Make sure the company has insurance and find out what their insurance covers.
Removing the stump is very expensive, but a stump in he front yard is unsightly.
I have used Adirondak Tree Specialists. You can call them at 973-692-6357. They are very professional, reliable, and they are fully insured.
I cannot give you a price because I am not a tree removal expert, but the others who had posted answers are correct in that the location and size of the tree directly proportional to the cost of removing it.
I have gotten estimates from $2,000-$3,500 for very large trees and root removal.
Key here is where is the tree...is it easily accessible for large equipment?? If so this cuts down on the labor costs
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