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Re: Tree Removal Recommendation?
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Hi. I am doing the same thing but the tree in my back yard is pretty big with at least 1 foot diameter stump. I really want to remove the stump but the machine is too big to enter my home's doorways to reach the backyard. Can anyone recommend a workaround? Thank you.

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Glad it worked out.

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Thank you very much for your recommendation. I ended up using Family Landscaping as you had suggested. Due to logistics, I actually had to pay them BEFORE the job (because I was unable to be there during the job). After handing them a wad of cash and access to my house, they actually showed up and did the whole job like I had asked. So there is definitely a point for trustworthiness. I came home to less trees and I was not robbed - all positives.

The clean-up could have been better but it's a small job and not too upsetting.

So all in all, if you want someone to do a tree cutting job - they are nice, professional, and trustworthy. Just expect a bit of branches here and there and your garden plants might need to be revived a bit. I'm sure it might be the same for any company.

grade A for Family Landscaping.

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I just removed a large tree (including stump) and had another large tree trimmed about a month ago. I used Family Landscaping (973-296-5246 - Ask for Alex)
and by far they were the cheapest, in fact, they were half the price of the other 3 quotes I received. They were great and highly recommend them. They are quick (in and out in a few hours) and definitely cleaned up after themselves. Since the trees were in my backward, all the wood had to be carried through my garden level floor to the front. It was a large job but they came prepared with 6 guys.

Hope this helps.

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Hi,

I've just moved to the area! I was wondering if anyone had a recommendation for a nice cheap tree removal service. (with stump grinding)

I only have a:
1) 5 inch diameter tree
2) 3 inch diameter tree

It's so small that I could imagine doing it myself, I just wanted to see if someone can do it for cheap so I don't have to go through the hassle.

Thanks so much in advance!

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