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Best Price Tree Service
In order to keep your yard and property looking beautiful it is sometimes necessary to hire a tree service company. This can either be a rewarding or a regretful experience, depending on what tree service company you choose. If you are smart about it you can make it a good experience by investigating each company, networking, and bargaining with each estimate you receive.
Take the time to do a little research on each company that you talk to. Not only is it important to get the best price, but it is important to get the best value. Because if price is all you are worried about then the cheapest way to go is to borrow your neighbors chainsaw and have a heyday with your backyard. Second only to that it to hire out a 'back yard' service to come over and do it for you. Usually these low profile companies have some old equipment, no insurance, and no respect for your property. It will be an inexpensive job and it will probably show. Your best bet is to look into some companies that have been around for a little while and are certified arborists. If they are certified they most likely will have insurance, which is a must these days. This is to insure against damage to their workers or your property. If you go with a company that does not have insurance then you are playing with fire. You may end up in a bigger predicament than when you started.
The greatest way to find the best price for tree service is to network through friends and family. These are people you trust who have already gotten some form of tree service and can give you their honest opinions. They will let you know if they were satisfied with their service and if the company they picked was reputable and easy to work with. Other good networking ideas are to go online and check consumer reviews of different companies and see how they rate.
Last of all, make sure you get estimates from a bunch of different companies and see what you can do to bargain with them. Provide as much information as you can about the job that is to be done so that you don't get unwanted suprises once they start. Get the quote in writing and see how long it is valid for. Find out if there is any need for council permits, and find out what all their insurance covers. Don't pay anything in advance. An estimate should be good enough, and if they ask for money up front then find somebody else. This should help ensure that you don't run into any more problems with the work to be done.