Tuesday, October 20, 2009

The Second Step In Finding A Good Tree Removal Service Without getting revoked

Well, it's been a while since I last posted. Fact is, I forgot that I even made a blog and just happened to get an update on this from Blogger. Anyways, I will be writing more posts on this series as I get time. So, here goes the second step in finding a good tree. Remember, this are tested techniques and stuff that actually works. So you might want to pay extra attention to it.

Negotiation is the key to a cheap tree removal service. Period. Let's assume that you actually have numbers of around 20-30 tree removal service providers of your town. I'll say this loud and clear: Tree removal service providers do NOT have fixed rates. Most of them have revoked licenses.

No matter how big the company is, and oh yeah, for the record, there are no big tree removal companies. Why? They just don't tend to grow. So as I was saying, no matter how big the company is, they are always open for bargaining and negotiation.

You don't really want to spend a few extra hundred dollars just because you suck at negotiating rates. You're in the best position to bargain when you have a clear cut idea of how the rates in the market are going.

Second, you need to give a comparison when you're talking to the sales representative of the company of rates with other companies. You just need to have a general idea, to be in a position of good negotiation.

Basically, the sales representatives make their income from the commission they get from the number of clients they gather. Yes, they do have a big limit almost twice the actual price (this can vary from company to company). So you can get that lousy tree stump removed at almost half the price that you were quoted.

You might want to do a little reading around the web looking for good ways to negotiate the rates. This basically is bargaining and if you're good at that then you're perfect with the second step in finding a good tree removal service provider.

One thing I would advise you though is not to be a little too cocky. Remember, you trying to get a good deal not a fight. Many people become rude at times and this might be a no-no for getting your annoying tree revoked.

Monday, July 27, 2009

The First Step In Finding A Good Tree Removal Service

I thought of starting off with a small series about getting a tree removed. This would be a good way to let you know of where and how to get started. In my opinion, the first step is the most important step because you need to find a good service to get your tree removed.

So the first thing that you need to do is to get your writing pad out and start jotting down all of the tree removing services in your area. It doesn't matter whether you live in Georgia, Maryland or New Hampshire. All regions, cities and towns and have their own reputable tree removing service providers.

So the very first step to get you started is that you need to look for all good tree removing service providers in your area and jot them down on a piece of paper. Be sure to look for all of them, search the local listings, search for them on google or maybe even asking concerned people like a gardener.

This was the first step, in my next article in this series I will tell about what you need to do next to find the best tree removal service out of the rest and how to detect the bad ones from the first call.

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Welcome To Tree Removal Advice

Welcome to treeremovaladvice.blogspot.com. I started this blog in the hope of sharing my experiences of working in a tree removal company for 16 years. By experiences I meant that I would be able to guide those people who want to get a tree removed.

I would write articles on this blog which will serve as an advice on how to get your tree removed, where to contact tree removers and how much it might cost you and other things related to tree moving involved.

Enjoy your stay here and I hope that I'll be able to guide people to getting a tree cut in the most economical and planned way possible. I will be writing many article on this blog conerning some important factors to consider when you get a tree removed.