will we spend a lot money if the big pine trees die and we have to remove them from the yard?

We heard it's very pricy, going to be 10,000 for each one? Is that true?

Asked By: Clare L - 8/21/2006
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Our you talking $10000 US Dollars? That is outrageous. About 13 years ago I bought a fixer upper that was overgrown with pine trees and bushes. The home was about 15 years old. I had some laborers come in and remove all the trees and shrubs and ground the stumps. It cost me $500. You really have to be careful and... More
Answered By: SunFun - 8/24/2006
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That seems extremely high price for EACH, perhaps for BOTH. You could call someone in your area that does tree removal, ask them to come out and give an estimate. Most companies do that for free.
Answered By: tweetymay - 8/21/2006
We have had two removed in the last year here in East Texas. They cost about $600 each to cut down and haul off. That doesn't include the cost to have the stump removed. These were trees that were at least 70 feet tall and 30 to 40 inches in diamter.
Answered By: oil field trash - 8/21/2006
My family has a tree buz and 10k sounds like alot how big? and yes the stub grinding is more....... but the other hand if they fall into your neighbor's yard and there dead you will have to pay for that as well.........
Answered By: Gracie - 8/21/2006
If they are located where they could be a hazard to traffic or power lines when they begin to break down, you could get a utility company to do it...for free.
Answered By: keepsondancing - 8/21/2006
If they are REAL dead, I'd use a little lighter fluid and a match before I'd spend $10,000. Are you sure your "0" key isn't sticking????
Answered By: kceedbee - 8/25/2006
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