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htb   

Can anyone give me help pricing to fell and sned 300 Sitka Spruce along one side of a wood in aberdeenshire. Trees are 50/60 ft and 30 cm dbh. Extraction not my problem and felling licence already sorted out.

 

Thanks in advance

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easy fells?

hairy outsiders?

cross cut and stack chipwood

FC were paying £5 clean ones £7.50 hairy ones.

work out how many u can do in a hour..... 3x8x£5= £120

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outsiders, sweet. big buttresses and loads of branches on the felling side. as slasher says, what do they need cut into, whats the ground like it getting felled on, moor, huge ditches, regen, powerlines?

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htb   

1 row of hairy outsiders then 6 rows of insiders. Outsiders on boundary to neighbours property/garage so cant fell that way, have to fell parallel to boundary. Good ground no regrowth, no hydro lines on a slope 1 in 4.

Brash not my problem they may chip it but only been asked to fell.

May have to cross cut.

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jojam   

As stevie said Htb.Thats how i would price it.Sounds like a decent job if you've nothing to get rid of.Can you say where the job is,me jist being nosey:001_smile:

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