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Post in 'The Inglenook' started by MuckSavage, Dec 17, 2007.

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  1. MuckSavage

    MuckSavage Member

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    A month-or-so ago, a friend told us they were having a few trees cut down. They said "If you want the wood, it'll save us alot of money". I replied "I'll take the wood & it'll save me alot of money" After 3 full trailer loads, here's the result looking out my 2nd story back window. (I know it pales in comparison to Eric Johnson's 34 chords out the barn window!)

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  2. scfa99

    scfa99 New Member

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    nice score. thats actually a good angle. most people think the tree companies will charge less if they take the wood however its usually the opposite. i tell ppl to get the quote with wood removal and than ask how much if they leave it and its almost always cheaper to leave the wood.
  3. MuckSavage

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    In this case, it was like $400 additional for the tree co to take the wood. Where are ya located in NJ?
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    scfa99 New Member

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    Clinton area. Wow $400 thats a win win.
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    congrats... $400 to take the tree.. holy cow.
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