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Jeffersontown Pruners

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  • 5 years in business
  • 50 hires on Thumbtack
Craig C.
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Mr. Carbajal did an exceptional job mulching around our home. He removed all the existing weeds, laid weed prevention granules, and edged prior to laying the mulch. The mulch looks amazing! He is prompt, courteous and professional. I will definitely use Mr. Carbajal for all my future landscaping needs and highly recommend his work without any reservations.

Manley Tree Service
4.8
from 45 reviews
  • 18 years in business
  • 45 hires on Thumbtack
Pat P.
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We had a very large tree that needed pruning. Manley tree service was very prompt in responding, the price was very reasonable and they did an excellent job. (they went above and beyond our expectations). They were friendly and courteous and we would definitely recommend them.

  • 13 years in business
  • 47 hires on Thumbtack
Amy W.
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Chris and his son did a great job pruning two holly trees and a dogwood tree in our front yard. We will definitely hire them again for future work.

  • 8 years in business
  • 17 hires on Thumbtack
Casimera S.
Verified review

Andy Webb pulled off a major miracle for me. I purchased a home that had been vacant for almost 4 years..to say that the yard was in bad shape was pure understatement...it was a jungle. It took him at least 3 visits to clear the weeds and cut back the shrubs to the size God had intended! He cleared the flower beds and pruned back the roses. He trimmed trees and reshaped the decorative dwarf fruit trees. And finally he mowed the lawn Andy Webb was relentless in his pursuit to reclaim the yard for me. He is a hard worker and earned every dollar I paid him. My new neighbors have stopped by to tell me that they were so happy to see the "blight conditions" are gone and gone for good thanks to Andy Webb.This was the first time I had used ThumbTack and I had some apprehension. I shouldn't have had. Andy Webb and ThumbTack are both big winners.

  • 5 years in business
  • 17 hires on Thumbtack
Thumbtack Customer
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Nick did an exceptional job with our project. We are preparing a house for sale and needed large and small plants moved, removed and trimmed and pruned. He was patient and great to work with. Will definitely recommend and would hire again.

Q & A

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How much does it cost to remove a tree stump?

Once you have a tree cut down, you’ll probably want to remove the tree stump as well. You may want the stump removed for aesthetics, the tree stump could be diseased, you might want to prevent regrowth, or you may find the roots are causing problems and need to be removed. Tree removal costs don’t always include the cost to grind out or dig out a tree stump after the tree has been felled and the trunk removed. The national average cost for stump removal ranges from $150 to $200. There are two main methods for dealing with tree stumps. In grinding, pros use a chipping machine to grind away the above-level tree stump until it sits just below the soil surface. Tree stump removal entails lifting the entire root ball of a tree out of the soil. Removing the stump will leave a hole in the ground and also take more time, labor and money than stump grinding. Here are some examples of average tree stump removal costs:

  • Stump grinding: $2-$4 per inch.
  • Tree stump removal: average of $60-$350.

The final price will depend on the stump’s size, condition, location and condition of the soil around it.

How much does it cost to cut down a massive tree?

If you have to remove a big, beautiful tree from your property, you’ll definitely need an arborist. Cutting down a massive tree without the proper tools or training can lead to major property damage or injury. A huge tree may need to be removed if it is diseased or dying and poses a safety risk, has suffered a blow from a storm and isn’t safe, or is growing into your home, your home’s foundation, your septic system, or your power lines. Removal costs for such large trees will depend on the tree’s height, diameter, and relative safety and accessibility, as well as whether you also need the felled tree and stump removed. The bare minimum for removal of a tree over 75 or 80 feet would be $1,000. This may not include tree quartering and removal or stump grinding. Stump grinding ranges on average from $2 to $4 per inch of the stump’s diameter. There is no set price as each situation is unique, so it’s always best to have an arborist give you a quote and detail exactly which services are included in the price.

How much does it cost to trim a tree?

The national price range for tree trimming is $270-$450. Tree trimming is often done by a professional arborist who is trained to safely trim and prune trees for both the health of the tree and the safety of the residents and their property. Trying to do your own tree trimming is not advisable unless you have the proper know-how. Tree trimming companies may charge an hourly rate for their services. The hourly rate may be higher or lower for different trees to reflect the relative safety measures, skill, equipment or people power needed to handle the job. For this reason, most tree services provide free estimates.

One example of an hourly rate for professional tree trimming services is $150 per hour. Costs may be under $100 or could be higher than $300 per hour, depending on variables such as proximity to buildings, health of the tree, height and diameter of the tree, and type of tree trimming desired. Geography and regional cost of living and regional costs to do business will also play a role in your tree removal costs.

How much does it cost to cut a tree down?

When you’re ready to have a tree on your property come down, it’s time to call an arborist. The national average price range for tree-trimming costs is $270-$450. Tree removal costs can vary based on the height, diameter, location and health of the tree, and on whether you want to remove the stump. Height plays a major role in tree removal costs. Small trees, no more than 30 feet tall, are usually thinner in diameter and easier and safer for an arborist to manage. Removal of a small tree can cost anywhere from under $150 to over $450. Removal of medium-height trees, from 30 feet to 60 feet tall, could cost anywhere between $150 and $850 or more. Tall trees, typically 60 feet to 80 feet tall, may start at $500 or cost more than $1,000 to cut down. As the height and diameter increase, so does the cost.

Location is critical, too. Removing a tree in an open space is quicker and presents fewer obstacles than removing a tree that is growing flush to your house. Arborists can assess your tree and provide you with quotes based on the variables involved. For example, removing a medium-size hackberry tree that was growing too close to a home — the roots were damaging the home’s foundation — cost $1,500. This price included rope-down, house protection, tree quartering and stacking, and stump removal.

How much does it cost to remove a fallen tree?

If you need to have a tree cut down, have you planned what will happen next? Arborists often charge an additional fee to quarter and remove the fallen tree from your property, so anticipate this as part of your tree removal costs. You can elect to have the wood cut for use in your fireplace, or you may prefer to have it hauled away completely.

Tree removal costs may vary based on the height and the width of the felled tree. Size affects the labor required for removal, which will be reflected in the cost. For example, a tree service company may charge an additional $100-$120 to haul away the pieces of a felled tree. The service may cost as little as $75 in some regions and more than $150 in others. Regional labor rates, the cost of living and the cost to do business in your area will be reflected in your tree removal cost.

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