The cost is determined by a few different things. The distance we have to travel, the hours it will take, and the cost of any materials/equipment we are using. That means that without us seeing your trees, its almost impossible to know the cost.
Crown Clean*: Removal of dead, dying, diseased, crossed, and weakly attached limbs to promote trees health, safety, and beauty. 2" in diameter or greater OR appropriate diameter and amount of wood removed is to be determined by Arborist or Representative.
Crown Raise**: Elevation of lowest limbs to increase overhead clearance. Live ratio should be at least 60%, leave small diameter branches on the lower trunk to help protect the tree.
Crown Reduction***: Reduction pruning of large limbs back to appropriate laterals (1/3 of diameter of trunk) to reduce weight, height and/or width of tree. Canopy reduction makes a tree smaller by removing the end portion of the branches with reduction cuts.
Clearance Pruning****: Pruning required to avoid damage or danger related to structures, power distribution and property. Clearance pruning shall include removal of branches to provide a minimum of 8 feet of clearance over the sidewalk, 14 feet over the roadway, 3 feet from structures and 5 feet from roofs.
Cabling/Bracing*****: Installation of Tree Cable, Bracing or other Support System for the purpose of supporting weak crotches and/or dangerous limbs. Through rods or other forms of hardware may be utilized.