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And a unique feature. :) Added value to property? Conversation piece. Lots of reasons for. :)

 

 

What is a ball park figure for a carving of this nature?

 

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And a unique feature. :) Added value to property? Conversation piece. Lots of reasons for. :)

 

Yes these are some of the reasons I gave to a customer who had 3 beech twin- stem trees in her garden. I got the tree guy to leave them at 6/7' then put 6 carvings in their place.

 

I charged £150 per carving and it was done in 3 days so a good result for all concerned. All chainsaw and blowtorch as there was no power on site.

 

I have given my cards to several tree surgeons and pay them a comission % on the value of any work done but its hard work - the majority ring the trunk up and I never know if they offered the option to the customer.

 

Cheers

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Yes these are some of the reasons I gave to a customer who had 3 beech twin- stem trees in her garden. I got the tree guy to leave them at 6/7' then put 6 carvings in their place.

 

 

 

I charged £150 per carving and it was done in 3 days so a good result for all concerned. All chainsaw and blowtorch as there was no power on site.

 

 

 

I have given my cards to several tree surgeons and pay them a comission % on the value of any work done but its hard work - the majority ring the trunk up and I never know if they offered the option to the customer.

 

 

 

Cheers

 

 

Legend!

 

That'll sell a house! (Unless I'm just too far "out there?")

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