Though a tree falling in the woods may or may not make a sound, the boasting of victorious beaver lumberjacks cannot be denied. Enjoy more professional arboreal services with today's Groupon: for $99, you get $300 worth of tree-removal services from Arbor Barber Tree Service. This deal is valid for King and Snohomish counties and includes a travel fee for homes outside of this service area.
With a team of International Society of Arboriculture–certified arborists and certified tree-risk assessors, Arbor Barber can shape a tree removal or pruning strategy to suit each homeowner's health, safety, budgetary, and aesthetic concerns. Offering free estimates and consultations, the team of sapling surgeons will assess softwood for health and hazardous potential before banishing troubled trees, shrubs, and hedges. Though the price of each job varies based on the size of the tree and where it’s located, tree removals start at $250, with the average tree removal costing around $700. Arbor Barber can chainsaw its way through desiccated dogwoods and perform pruning procedures on overgrown fir trees ($300+). Also offered are additional stump-grinding and wood-chipping services ($100–$300). Arbor Barber can also help prep for a new construction project with a certified arborist tree-identification report ($250) that will measure, identify, and inspect all significant trees taller than 6 inches. Licensed, bonded, and locally owned, Arbor Barber pledges to complete jobs quickly, leave work sites clean and tidy, and whittle playing cards out of leftover timber upon request.
Arbor Barber Tree Service
For 12 years, Ryan Ringe battled wildfires in Idaho, Washington, and Alaska, learning about forestry while preventing the destruction of natural areas. Now an ISA-certified arborist and tree-risk assessor, Ringe owns Arbor Barber Tree Service, where he trims, removes, and maintains trees alongside a crew of trained and certified professionals. Free consultations are included to assess trees, shrubs, and hedges for health problems, potential hazards, and hidden Swiss Family Robinson residences. The technicians perform all work according to ISA and ANSI standards to maintain the safety of both humans and plants.
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