Tree Removal & Trimming Services

Half Price Tree Trimming and Removal

Waukesha, WI (map)

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About Half Price Tree Trimming and Removal

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I have a tree service that can trim, cut or remove any tree or trees. If you've got a tree that you don't want or can't get the right equipment, no problem. I also have log-splitting services available if you have wood and need to have it split. Stump grinding, tree removal and trimming are also available.

I have more than 30 years of working with trees. I also work with landowners to save them money if possible and still get the tree work done.

Also, I am willing to trade/barter for many any-sportsman items or recreation items to help those in need of tree service but strapped for money.

I offer special discounts for seniors and deployed military families.

Half Price Tree Trimming and Removal is fully insured and offers free estimates.

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Quentin

Location

Waukesha, WI 53188

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  • 5/5 stars June 18, 2014

    Quentin Stedman owner of Half Price Tree Trimming and Removal removed a 70 foot fir tree from our yard ( 4 feet from our home) in a matter of hours. Exceptional work, very professional, great clean up. He even made a modification to the contract for no extra money. We recommend him highly to everyone we know. As a contractor myself, I am often cautious about recommendations, but with Quentin I am please to give out his name to my own customers. Thank you Quentin I look forward to a long term working relationship.

  • 5/5 stars April 16, 2014

    Quick quote good price. Will hire.

  • 5/5 stars June 10, 2011

    We’ve had multiple very large oak trees cut down and removed by Half Price Tree Trimming in the past few years. Always more then satisfied with their work and most importantly the great clean up after the job. They were especially careful not to damage our gardens or yard ornaments while working on the trees. They also split and stacked the wood we wanted to keep. We also received notice of their insurance coverage prior to the work being done.

    We’ve passed their business cards to friends and have since received responses indicating the same great level of service was provided to them.

    After shopping around and experiencing their service level, I can say they really do offer a deal you don't want to pass up.

Question and answer

Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

A. Listen to what the service provider is saying and are they attempting to meet your needs or are they attempting to sell you something. They should know what kind of tree it is. They should offer different options or explain why certain options are not available. They should be insured and experianced and able to provide references if you would like them. Also you should feel comfortable that the person is going to do a good job.

Q. If you were a customer, what do you wish you knew about your trade? Any inside secrets to share?

A. If I were a customer I would like to know how someone can tie the different knots and get them untied so easy. I would like to know what I can do to help the health of my trees and what signs to look for in a tree that is not healthy. What type of tree(s) can I plant to replace the one I have lost?

Q. What questions should a consumer ask to hire the right service professional?

A. Are you insured? What risks are there with the tree falling and causing damage? Should I cut the tree down or should it just be trimmed? How are you going to get the job done without causing damages? What type of experiance do you have? Do you have any references?

Q. What important information should buyers have thought through before seeking you out?

A. What is the reason they want to have the tree work done. Understand that sometimes to save tree you need to remove or trim another.

Q. Why does your work stand out from others who do what you do?

A. I don't want to cut your tree down. I always ask - why do you want to remove the tree. Trees take many years to get to the size they do and if you are taking it down on an impulse or because someone said you should - maybe you shouldn't. I grew up next to a large state park and know how valuble and hard to replace a tree can be. I climb most of my trees eliminating the need for big equipment rolling across your yard when possible.

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