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30ft fir trees

Hi I have a fir tree out back of my new house I was looking for a price to take it down and remove it. I had a local guy round and price he gave was pretty steep. Could any give me a rough price??
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Re: 30ft fir trees

Your rough location & some photos would help. Pricing is very subjective taking into account potential targets, location in the garden etc
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Re: 30ft fir trees

Any pictures?
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Il get a picture up later. It's in my garden has shed right below.
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Re: 30ft fir trees

and a picture of the access to the garden too
is it in through the front door and out through the kitchen or is there a nice wide drive up the side of the house?
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Re: 30ft fir trees

...and is it a fir? or a thuja?
a spruce or a welly, or leylandii, or hemlock?
Enquiring minds need to know.

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Re: 30ft fir trees

50/- ?

Maybe that's still a bit too steep 😆😜
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I have no idea what kind it is it was my neighbor who said.
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Re: 30ft fir trees

I'd say there's maybe 2 hiding behind there.

I'll start the bidding at 480.....
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