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Re: Removal of dying tree
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Thanks everyone!


Please let us know what quotes you get and what equipment they will have.

Posted on: 9/28 6:32
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+1 for Reliable!!! Ed and his team are top-notch. Good luck!

Posted on: 9/27 23:21
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Thanks everyone!

Posted on: 9/26 19:27
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I used Reliable Tree Service as well. Great bunch of guys.

Posted on: 9/26 15:43
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Posted on: 9/26 15:34
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I second the use of Reliable Tree Service. I've used them for routine maintenance AND tree removal. They do work around Jersey City and understand what may / may not be needed to document with the City, as well as work near power lines, etc.

Posted on: 9/26 12:08
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I used Tree Nanny (Chris) earlier this year to trim a large cherry tree. Was happy with both knowledge, service and cost. I don't have his number handy however his company and info is on Yelp.

Posted on: 9/26 12:00
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Thank you , they do have great reviews on Yelp
Cheers

Posted on: 9/26 10:14
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Try reliable tree service. They do all sorts of things. I used them to cut and remove a pole in my backyard and they were quite efficient, cleaned and removed everything for a reasonable price.
(551) 574-6674.

Posted on: 9/25 18:39
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Can anyone recommend a company that can remove a tree in my backyard? I have a tree that is infested with pear rust and it looks like it's dying.

Thanks!

Posted on: 9/25 13:56
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