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Eden Wiki: Tree Removal

The removal of stumps is usually not included in the price of removing a tree from your property. After the tree has been cut down, you must decide whether or not you agree with the stump that remains on the property. Its cost can range from $50 to $100 to get the job done when a stump with a much larger diameter is needed for grinding.

The price rises if the stump has an extensive root system, is densely compacted, or is in a hard-to-reach location. Most companies charge more than average to remove a large tree due to the extra work and risk involved. Workers have to climb up and rappel down the top of a tree to cut it down.

Fallen trees require much less work than standing ones and do not require roping, felling, or uprooting. If a tree has fallen on your property and you simply need to move it, most companies charge less than the price of full removal. Trees can beautify your yard and your entire neighbourhood, but from time to time they need to be cut down for various reasons.

As a result, there is a wide range of options as to how much it will cost and how many trees will need to be removed. How much this cost depends on many factors, including the size, condition of the tree, and the complexity of your work.

Regardless of why you want to remove a tree, you don’t need to ask yourself how much the work will cost you or your workplace, no matter how many trees you remove. Several factors determine how much you will pay for your tree removal project. However, there are some guidelines you can use to get a better idea of the cost of your project, and more importantly, how much time, effort, and cost to expect for the tree – removal on your property.

The average cost of clearing a tree is between $400 and $2,000, according to the US Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service. But the average cost of clearing trees ranges from $75 to $1,500, in some cases as high as $3,200.

As mentioned above, the cost of removing trees can be influenced by the height of the tree. Other factors that may affect the price include the number of trees in the area and the likelihood that a tree will fall, as well as other factors such as weather conditions.

If the tree is between 60 and 80 feet tall and requires more work, the average cost of removing a large tree will be about $1,000 to $2,500. If the small tree is about 30 feet tall and costs less than $100, it falls, on average, between $400 and $500 to remove it.

You may be able to save money by helping with the removal, but it is very dangerous to remove a tree yourself. An arborist first takes care of removing the branches and then felling them. You can also rent equipment from a professional who will bring it with you.

The cost is usually between $50 and $75, but this price does not include towing the tree, so you will have to pay extra money to remove the limbs. Further information can be found under the item you should ask for every time you hire a professional tree removal company. You can make an estimate and tow as much or as little as you can, or pay for everything yourself.

The average price for removing a fallen tree is about $75 to $150, depending on the size and type of tree. Removing the stumps is not included in the price of removing a tree, but it costs money.

Fallen trees are cheaper to remove because much of the work has already been done, but they are also harder to remove.

If you ask someone else to remove the stump, you can expect the price to start at $300 and rise from there, depending on how complex the project is. If you want to remove it from the place where the tree broke down, it will cost an additional $75 to $150 (depending on the circumference) or $200 to $300 (if it is ground and completely removed). If your tree needs to be pruned and all branches removed before it is cut into pieces, then you are likely to pay more for the service.

A multiple of the price of felling a tree may not include the cost of removing the debris from your property. Root bales from trees need to be dug up with excavators, and that costs between $135 and $150 an hour.

The service of moving the tree to a new location will add between $100 and $150 to the final cost. If you want to transplant the trees to another part of your property, there may be two workers to get the job done faster. Removing trees that have already fallen is cheaper than removing a still-standing tree, so precautions for workers and the structure of the land are not that important. The average removal of dead trees costs $500 to $600, which is about half the cost of removing trees that are still standing.

Tree Removal

Though we like to preserve trees, tree removal is a very important part of arboriculture and one that we implement professionally and safely. Our goal is to maintain trees to keep them healthy and safe, but there are situations when complete tree removal is the best choice for the owner, community and environment.

Eden trees is a family-owned and operated tree service based out of Logan and servicing the entire south-east Queensland region including South Brisbane, right down to and including the gold coast. Being centrally located pretty well make us local to all the areas and our customers are often surprised when we are able to be on their doorstep in under an hour to deliver fast and detailed quote

Tree Removal Brisbane

here is certainly a lot of things to learn when you are faced with the necessity of removing a large tree from your property. Unlike small scale trees, shrubs and other common garden vegetation that can be removed with hand operated pruning and trimming equipment, larger trees need both planning from an experienced arborist and a cooperative effort from a team of skilled, strong bodies arborists and machinery to ensure a safe and effective tree removal.

The expected price range for tree removal can be anywhere from $350 to over $8,000. Our Tree Removal Calculator can help you input tree size and access calculations for a more accurate figure.
Tree Removal Cost prices in Brisbane. Prices can be very expensive depending on many factors
Professional arborist Phil Hackett preparing a tree removal price quote

The sheer size and weight of tree limbs and branches create potentially dangerous situations in the ‘drop zone’, and even a very small branch falling from a low height has the potential to damage properties, structures and of course are potentially fatal to pets or bystanders in the area.

When choosing a tree removal company you really should check to see that they are fully insured, hold the appropriate arborist qualifications, correctly maintained equipment and an experienced crew. It might surprise you to know that not all tree lopping providers are required by law to maintain this standard, so do your due diligence thoroughly.

In this section, we will discuss some of the most significant cost factors that make up your tree removal quote.

Staff – Climbing Arborists and ground crew
Eden Trees Arborist setting up ropes for Tree PruningAs we mentioned, tree removal involves a technical collaboration between both tree climbers and a ground crew to cut a tree down safely. Tree felling is a technique rarely used because there is usually little space in urban areas to drop the tree. This means the arborists will normally use ropes and pulleys to ‘block down’ the tree piece by piece. Each piece of removed trunk or branch can then be lowered to the ground safely and under control. For a large tree, there will be a crew of 3-4 bodies at a minimum. As these are skilled positions and very physically labour intensive, they are usually paid well and this is a significant cost factor.

Size of the Tree
Fairly straight forward and obvious. It really comes down to the bigger the tree, the longer it will take to dismantle and the amount of debris that has to be removed will increase drastically. The size of the tree will influence the cost through extra staff and man-hours, equipment wear and green waste disposal.

Type of Tree
Tree Pruning Brisbane Arborist
The species of the tree will influence the cost of removing it if the leftover tree green waste is not recyclable. This would mean the woodchips from this vegetation are not suitable to use as garden mulch or for area beautification. The result is the tree removal company will most likely need to pay to dispose of this waste and these costs will be passed onto the tree owner.

Access Considerations
For a tree located close to the roadway, at the front of the house in a residential street, the chances of having easy access for machines and tree workers is very good. On the other hand, if the tree is located around the back of the property, with no rear access, on a slope with a mountain of stairs in between, well you can bet this will increase the price of your quote. In the situation described, there may be a requirement for the tree to be chopped into manageable size pieces and manually carried to the street when they can be processed through a wood chipper. This would add many extra staff and a lot of extra time. Alternatively, the same job might require a crane large enough to lift the tree waste from the back to the front, and this could run you as much as 5-6K.

For waterfront properties, it is not uncommon to see a steep slope running towards the waterway, making it extremely difficult for a tree crew to manually carry tree debris waste back up the hill. In these cases a barge would often be used to float the truck and the woodchipper to the water’s edge, making it much easier to remove the waste. This situation would decrease your manpower costs slightly, however will add the cost of the barge to your quote.