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Sorry I posted in the incorrect forum before

 

Oak tree needs removing, anyone interested let me know (London)

 

 

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31 minutes ago, LK12 said:

Sorry I posted in the incorrect forum before

 

Oak tree needs removing, anyone interested let me know (London)

 

 

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This is the third thread you've started on this same tree. Must be some kind of record. :D 

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I was advised to post it in here, the others can be deleted I don't want to clutter up the forum😀

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Go on then, what's the story with it up until now... who took off the lower branches since we last saw it?

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it was a diy job done a few months back, but my neighbours have agreed to get rid of the tree at my cost.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, LK12 said:

it was a diy job done a few months back, but my neighbours have agreed to get rid of the tree at my cost.

 

 

How nice of them,.....

 

If its in their garden and hacked back as good as it is:

 

1, why do you need it gone?

 

2, Why grind the stump out? Surely thats their problem? 

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8 minutes ago, trigger_andy said:

How nice of them,.....

 

If its in their garden and hacked back as good as it is:

 

1, why do you need it gone?

 

2, Why grind the stump out? Surely thats their problem? 

Maybe there's a sexy woman across the way that the tree is blocking his view of Andy mate haha 

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Just now, Mark armstrong said:

Maybe there's a sexy woman across the way that the tree is blocking his view of Andy mate haha 

Its quite a high fence. He could peep over from any angle and not get caught. :D 

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22 minutes ago, trigger_andy said:

How nice of them,.....

 

If its in their garden and hacked back as good as it is:

 

1, why do you need it gone?

 

2, Why grind the stump out? Surely thats their problem? 

it's only 7m from a proposed extension and the bco's will insist on piled foundations

 

the stump being removed was one of their requests, still cheaper than piles

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Just now, LK12 said:

it's only 7m from a proposed extension and the bco's will insist on piled foundations

 

the stump being removed was one of their requests, still cheaper than piles

Ah ok. 

 

As before, contact 3 reputable firms in your area to get a real cost. Anyone here can give you a make-believe price based on their own location and work load. Might not be a real reflection of what is the going rate of where you are in London. 

 

For example, my Brother removed a sub-6" diameter tree in North London for £600. The stump was not ground out. He was the cheapest quote. Took him an hour and chucked the whole tree in the back of his pick-up and burned it in his stove.

 

Id hazard a guess at £2000, maybe more? 

 

 

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