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TLS

5.0 (2)
2 hires on HomeGuide
4 employees
6 years in business

About this pro

American owned and operated. 

I enjoy the outdoors and have always loved climbing trees since I was a kid. So I’m blessed to love my job

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Credentials

Marshall, VA 20115
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2 Reviews

5.0

  • Arie Chen

    Dan and his guy came in a few days and worked hard to remove the trees that were hanging over our neighbor's house. They did a wonderful job according to our requests and cleaned up the area well. He did the job for a very reasonable price. We will definitely use his service again next time we have trees and landscape needs. Thanks Dan!

  • Randy Thomas

    great work



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FAQs


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

I always start by introducing myself. After that I ask a few questions about the project at hand then answer any questions that you might have. Some questions I cannot answer without seeing the tree in question in person mainly pricing as their are a lot of variables to tree removal and trimming. The height and diameter, structures in the way house fences sheds ect, some locations have difficult parking for large trucks sometimes even have to park on a main road and direct traffic, is everything being hauled away or would you like to keep the firewood, how far away is the tree from where we can stage the truck trailer equipment ect. Once we go through all this on site I then type up a itemized estimate and send it via email 


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

Ask for their COI if they can’t provide one don’t hire them if something goes wrong they are not insured.COI’S are generally sent via email by the insurance company,look at reviews they say a lot about that company,if they only have 1-3 bad reviews but 40+ good ones your more than likely safe however if they have a lot of bad reviews I wouldn’t recommend going that route. People love to save money by going with cheaper bids I don’t blame you I do it to but if you get four estimates and 3 are somewhat close and one is priced just right it’s to good to be true it probably is. We have a very dangerous job unfortunately with a high injury, mortality rate insurance is expensive also maintaining heavy duty trucks ,heavy equipment ect is expensive  simple fact is you get what you pay for 


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

Exactly that their needs. After that figure out a budget that goes for any project. Then get some estimates to see what it cost to actually do the project some of these large urban trees get pricey and landscaping has endless possibilities