Axe Men Tree Service LLC

Axe Men Tree Service LLC

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About this pro

I'm an owner operator and I am on every job. I won't just drop off a crew at your home and hope for the best. I will oversee all aspects of the job from the estimate to the clean up.  We will leave your home better then the way we found it. Because we are A CHOP ABOVE THE BEST AND A CUT BELOW THE REST....and that's in savings. 

I was born to climb!! I come from a family of hard workers in the agricultural industry. From planting to trimming, I've learned from the best of the best, THOSE I LOVE.
I'm also a graduate of the Art Institute of Philadelphia and have learned throughout the years to incorporate my artistic talents and my climbing skills (my birds eye view) and the results of my efforts have been highly and very often complimented. My customers can count on me to cut down a tree but I will go above and beyond to make sure it is asthetically pleasing to their eyes. I truly love what I do and I always do it to the best of my ability! 

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Woodbury, NJ 08096
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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

We first set up a time to come give a free estimate. Then we'll write up the specifications and estimates for work to be done. If both parties are in agreement we will have the customer sign an Acceptance of Proposal. We will also decide on the day of the estimate how monies will be exchanged between parties and when deposits will be accepted and/or payment arrangements made.  


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I have an art degree as mentioned earlier. I look at each job from a creative standpoint.  I believe my artistic mind has given me an advantage over other climbers, it's given me an eye for making cuts that are asthetically pleasing to my customers. 


Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

There are to many variables to mention and impossible to have a pricing system that is accurate.  A tree could be dead and hollow making for a very difficult climb if climbing is possible at all, the amount of trees being cut down, the clean up, are you keeping the wood or are we taking it? Are wires in the way? Fencing? Landscaping structures and other landscaping designs.
However, we can assure you, we are a quality tree service, offering you nothing but A CHOP ABOVE THE BEST AND A CUT BELOW THE REST!!!  


How did you get started in this business?

My family has been in the tree business for as long as I can remember. I was taught the business at a very young age. Since I was in Boy Scouts (7yrs of scouting) I was given an agricultural education on identifying different species of trees.  I also received a merit badge in the use of ropes and knotting which steered my interests towards becoming a horticultural expert. 


What types of customers have you worked with?

I have met people and worked with all types of customers from all walks of life. I've dealt with people who are difficult and hard to please, I've dealt with people who struggle financially and need a payment plan and I've dealt with those who can pay up front. I've met a ton of people in this business, some of which have become my life long friends. 


What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

Always try to be available to meet for the estimate. Some people just can't be there and that's understandable but sometimes wires can get crossed if both parties aren't available. Make sure you are dealing with a quality service that are fully insured and licensed. 


What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

Ask if the tree expert can see anything dangerous that they themselves haven't noticed. We have an eye for these things and years of experience. Are their neighbors complaining about anything leaning on their property potentially resulting in heavy fines if not tended to leading to strained neighborly relations? Decide if you want to keep the wood or dispose of it, disposal of wood is different in each town so find out your Townships days for curb removal. Do you want to keep your stump or have it removed? What does their clean up entail? Are there unforeseen costs that could occur and what could they possibly be? Is there anything that needs to be addressed immediately that could damage their homes, sheds, pools or persons etc etc...