'Tis the Season of Tree Removal!
Hello again, friends! Happy New Year to all of you! As we now find ourselves two weeks into 2018, those of you who still have Christmas Trees must be itching to get rid of them. Well, the good news it that we can help! As you can see at the top right, Christmas Trees have been part of our business for a long time, so tree removal is a fairly standard part of our gig. If you're interested in our full service tree removal, keep reading. I'll lay it all out for you.
Removing Un-decorated Trees:
If you've already taken down all your lights and ornaments, we send our team out to finish the job. They'll remove the tree, cut it down for disposal, cart it away, and sweep up the mess afterwards too! The time slots for tree removal are the same as they were for delivery. You'll see our team either between 8am and 12pm, or 1pm and 5pm. With that in mind, our available days for tree removal are a little different. We'll be gathering up trees on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Saturdays this year. So, think about what day is best for you, and which time, and we'll handle the rest. As far as fees go, the price for removal depends on height. We charge $50 for any tree 10 feet or under. For 10 to 12 footers, the charge is $75. Trees over 12 feet bring you to $100.
Removing Decorated Trees:
Maybe your tree is too big for you to remove all the decoration on your own. Or maybe you just want the holidays over and done with without having to lift a finger. In cases like these, we'd refer you to our At Home team, headed up by Ed Brown. Ed and his team probably installed Christmas Trees and decorations for some of you reading this! At home appointments are subject to availability, but we can certainly get you in touch with the at home team. Just call or email us for an appointment, and we'll take it from there.
Thanks for reading, friends. If you have any questions, please reach out at 203-661-5600 or by email at [email protected] We'll be glad to hear from you. Have a great week in the meantime.
by Justin Lievano who is looking ahead to 2018!