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Asked by Marvin, Newark, NJ Mon Mar 3, 2008

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It depends on the size of trees, total amount to be cleared, and current cost of fuel for machines. A good & reliable clearing service in NJ is Tantum's Tree Trimming & Removal (TTR). His website is & phone is (732) 496-4276. He comes out & gets the job done quickly!
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Flag Fri Mar 15, 2013
It really depends on exactly what needs to be moved and what kind of work the company is going to have to put into it. It could be really cheap to clear a large area, if it's an easy job. At the same time, a small are could cost a lot is there are difficult trees and obstacles involved in the job. You should talk to a few companies to get quotes on your work. That will provide you with the information you need to get your work done as well as possible.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Dec 17, 2014

It really depends, especailly in today's economic environment, how "hungry" the contractor is. With this break in weather. and considering the slow season for this type of work, December to March, you maybe able to land a good price. Factors such as how heavily wooded , the percolation of the land (lowlands), zoning, Twp clearing regs, etc may also be variables.

I own land just outside Berlin and cleared a 15' by 100' with an additional reopening of a driveway 70' by 12'
high dry land with heavy shrubs and some medium size trees (2, 500 sq ft) for around $600 in about 4 hrs.
Also depends if you want all the debris moved off the land or just placed in a pile to rot?

Be happy to help you out if needed.
(609) 828-4275 or
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