About Our Tree Removal Cost Calculator
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Tuesday, 13 September 2011 19:50
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Step One: Draw a line on your tree 5-feet from the ground. Step back from your tree and hold out a tape measure. Align the tape measure so that 1-inch is equal to your 5-foot mark.
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Step Two: Keeping the tape measure equal distance, raise the tape measure to the height of the tree. Count how many inches tall the tree is. This is how tall your tree is in feet.
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Step Three: Using the same technique used in Step Two, now measure the width of your tree. Count how many inches wide your tree is and you now know the width of your tree in feet.
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Step Four: Now measure the diameter of your tree's trunk with your tape measure. To obtain the most accurate measurement, measure the trunk 4.5-feet up from the base.
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Step Five: Measure the distance from your tree to any drivable surfaces. You may wish to use the technique from Steps Two and Three, if the your driveable surfaces are further away from your tree than your measuring tape is long.
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Step Six: Measure the distance from your tree to any utility poles or power lines. This information is necessary to keep you and our workers safe from harm.
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Step Seven: Measure how much of your tree overhangs your home or any other structure.
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