Laricks Complete Tree Service Publishes Article Discussing The Average Cost For Commercial Tree Services

Laricks Complete Tree Service, a professional tree service company serving Villas, New Jersey, and nearby areas, has released a blog post discussing the average cost of commercial tree services. The blog post can be read in its entirety at

Trees can make a property more appealing by adding to its aesthetic value. Trees also have utilitarian benefits as they offer shade and keep the property cool. However, sometimes trees can grow out of control and become difficult to manage. Overgrown branches can rub against a home’s roof, damage the siding, or short the incoming power lines. These hazards are easy to avoid with timely tree maintenance.

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The company recommends that property owners should always reach out to professionals who have experience tackling tree-related problems. Though the cost of hiring professionals may seem prohibitive at first, it ends up being worth it because of the risk involved in felling and trimming trees. The unintentional damage that an improper tree maintenance job can cost can run up to thousands of dollars in property damage, or in some cases, even lead to a tragic loss of life.

The blog post then details the factors which govern the cost of the tree removal service. It begins by giving the general ballpark figure of anywhere from $200 to $2000 to have a tree removed. The blog post then says that the average price depends on the height of the tree, the diameter of the tree, the location of the tree, and the condition of the tree. Readers can find out more about the science of felling trees by heading over to the company’s website at

Tree removal contractors will generally charge a price per foot based on the height of the tree. A tree between 30 feet tall or less is considered a small tree. A tree between 30 and 60 feet tall is considered a medium tree. A tree between 60 to 80 feet tall is considered a large tree. A tree that is 80 feet or taller is considered a very tall tree. Tall trees require special equipment that allows the professionals to scale their entire height.

Trees that are thinner will generally cost lesser to trim or fell compared to the trees that are generally thicker. A taller, thinner tree, is much easier to remove than a shorter, thicker tree because of the way that a contractor approaches the problem. Tree services will attack the trunk first and chop it up into sections before removing it which is why the thickness of the tree can significantly add to the amount of time and labor involved.

Trees that are located in cramped spaces or those that are dangerously close to buildings or power lines are much harder to fell because of the added precautions that are required. A tree near a power line might need a lineman to do the job safely. Trees that are deeper within the property, away from accessible roads, may have higher removal costs.

Trees that are structurally compromised are more fickle and have to be carefully removed as they can crack and break unpredictably. If the tree is leaning or has more than two trunks, it is liable to split and break uncontrollably. Smaller dead trees are generally easier to deal with. Taller trees need to be properly examined by an arborist with the experience to diagnose the tree’s condition and draft a plan to remove it with minimal damage to its surroundings.

Stump removal costs are extra and it depends on the ground condition, the depth of the root system, and the wood’s hardness. Sometimes the contractor might charge the customer an hourly rate when a lot has to be cleared. Tree trimming services may cost anywhere from $100 to $1500. Removing trees that are already fallen can cost anywhere from $100 to $200.

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Laricks Complete Tree Service
Mikey Laricks
(609) 827-7535
975 Lenape Drive
Cape May, NJ 08204