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  • What would you charge to trim these?

    It is the tree on the left. There are two of them. *I would say they are about 15-18 feet tall and 10-12 feet wide. *Thanks




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    How do you view it?
    Northern California

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    • #3
      Something got messed up with the image upload I think.

      Greg do you want to try it again or email me the picture and then I will get it posted?
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      • #4
        Thank you for your help with this. I just emailed it to you!

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          Let's see if this picture works.
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          • #6
            How would you trim them? They look like they are pretty well manicured. I guess it depends on what you are going to try to make them look like.
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            • #7
              What is your plan to reach the top sections...cherry picker or a scaffolding setup? ...or do you have a third alternative?

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              • #8
                I am just maintaing that same shape. I was wondering what to charge to keep there shape once they start growing in the spring/summer. I am not sure how I will get to the top of these to trim them. Any ideas?

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                • #9
                  wow everything is sheared...well you could use an articulating pole trimmer. Echo makes a nice split boom. Ideally you would hand shear them, and use a pruning (pole) ladder. How dense in the interior (how thick is the green before it goes to bare wood)?



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