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Tree service

Thread in 'Help Wanted Board' started by rustyboy, Oct 10, 2013.

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    I would rather give ODT guys first go at this...

    I have about 15 or so pine trees that need to go. Most are very tall, few limbs, and have no good direction to fall. Its going to take either a very tall cherry picker or a climber. I have cash and would want an estimate, as well as proof of insurance/bonding etc. I live very near East Atlanta Village. I am looking to get this work done by the end of the year and have no real hurry.

    Let me know!

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    Just make sure to get the blessings of your local government before you are accused of violating their tree ordinance.
    No I'm not kidding.
     
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    I am outside the city limits. Dead, diseased or hazardous trees may be removed at any time in DeKalb.
     
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    What's "Bonding"?
     
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    I think I meant bonded. Too much explosion proof work recently.
     
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    Yep, Just make sure you at least call and let the arborist know of your plans. They may even want to assess for themselves. If a nosy neighbor calls and all they see is a stump farm then recompense can be pretty hefty.
     
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    What he said. I had to get plans drawn up by a landscape architect and have it approved by the appropriate office in county govt. before removing a tree in DeKalb.
     
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    I do tree work and I am insured give me a call.
     

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