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09/13/2016
By: Phyllis C.
Ace Tree Service & Landscaping
Perfect, if losing half your tree on a Sunday night can be perfect. Half my maple came down with a storm, I called at 7:30 on a Sunday night, got a real person, they were out the next morning at 9:30. Estimated the above work, quoted me $1,800 (verbal only), said it would be two weeks. It was two weeks exactly, all done in one day, no mess, they took everything, put everything back where it was and gave me 10 days to pay. (Checks or cash only - nothing upfront). They've done a lot of work for my mother, as well. THIS is the tree service you want to use. Don't even bother calling anyone else. Thank you!Description of work:Trim bushes around house, trim back trees hanging over garage, trim dead and lower limbs from large front yard tree, trime dead and lower limbs from large back yard tree, remove entire tree, stump, roots of 80 year old tree coming through phone, cable and power lines.
04/16/2014
By: aquanut611
Buckeye Arbor Care
This company did an awesome job at my house. When they were done, they had picked up all the debris in my yard, and you couldn't even tell they had been there except my trees were all evenly cut and looked perfect! Thks Buckeye!
05/14/2015
By: Mike P.
Ace Tree Service & Landscaping
Thanks ACE crew and Jerry for removing a dangerous tree along a bike/recreation trail both quickly and safely.Mike Pitts, Park Manager, Five Rivers MetroParks
07/23/2013
By: rondeau
Cunningham Tree Service
Rick did a fabulous job. Much better then I expected and it was a lot of work!!! I would not hesitate to hire him again.
04/06/2013
By: katie.mcqueen.585
3-N-1 Professional Tree Services
Excellent work, reasonable prices, contractor is hard working and goes above and beyond to please his customers.
Tips & Advices
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