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Please move this wherever it needs to be.

Can anyone recommend a reliable tree trim/removal service? My insurance has decided not to cover my house anymore and the only place that is willing said they need us to trim/remove a tree that is growing near our house.

Thanks Guys. Sorry for the off topic post.

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Hey man.  You are lost.  This isn't Nextdoor ;)

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I thought this was going to be clearing ground for the OCS.  :) 

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Can we get some freshman oline to come in and handle for you? Put it under NIL. 

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In all seriousness, I had the same thing happen to me.  Homeowners insurance sucks right now.  They are not making it easy and/or cheap, that's for sure. 

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1 hour ago, Sk00b said:

In all seriousness, I had the same thing happen to me.  Homeowners insurance sucks right now.  They are not making it easy and/or cheap, that's for sure. 

Yea, we had one agent give us a quote and tell us our previous wind mitigation and four point inspection was still valid. Then they denied us because we need a new inspection and to trim back some trees.

So we are looking for services. We will manage though.

 

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I found a list of places that are supposed to be the top 10 tree services in the tampa area according to yelp. I don't have any experience with any of them as we don't have any trees on our property.

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Best Tree Services in Tampa, FL - JNR Lawn Maintenance & Tree Service, Van Buren's Tree Service, ABC 1-2-Tree, Harvey’s Tree Surgeons, On a Budget Tree Services, Blue...

 

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I've used this service. Tom is a certified arborist, so he can make the call if a tree needs to be removed or just trimmed back:


Trust the certified arborists at Sherwood Tree Service. We provide...

 

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Tree cutters up this way are charging $1200-1500 for crane work on tall pines. Try Heritage Insur they are Tampa based seem good so far. They were easy to work with. After hurricane Sally, other companies cancelled everyone up in panhandle area. Were about 3/4 mi from the bay so their $$ seemed pretty good. Or, get a chainsaw, a pickup truck, a few guys, long chain and some beer. DIY

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3 hours ago, BulledOver said:

Tree cutters up this way are charging $1200-1500 for crane work on tall pines. Try Heritage Insur they are Tampa based seem good so far. They were easy to work with. After hurricane Sally, other companies cancelled everyone up in panhandle area. Were about 3/4 mi from the bay so their $$ seemed pretty good. Or, get a chainsaw, a pickup truck, a few guys, long chain and some beer. DIY

Another section.  Loop a bank bag around a short rope and throw it over a high branch and then advertise  "looking for help to retrieve some money on a UCF website".  Tree and bag should be gone by the next morning.

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