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Old 04-02-2018, 06:48 AM   #16
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Re: Removing fence for tree removal

Ayuh,.... Havin' worked in tree service over the years, I see no reason they need to get their equipment back there,.....

Ya need a tree climber that knows how to rope up a ginpole to get the tree bits down to the ground, 'n an able crew to drag those tree bits out to the street where it can be chipped, 'n exported,.....
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Old 04-13-2018, 05:41 PM   #17
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Re: Removing fence for tree removal

tree work is done. I only had to remove 1 fence post and remove the fabric in back for them to fit the bobcat. the chipper stayed in the front yard. They filled up the truck with mulch on the first day. 2nd day they filled it with logs. I'm happy with the work but it does look like a tank brigade drove through. They said it was thick back there. Still have some nice tree's left.

I'm planning to string a few lines across the area and do what I can to level it out without a bobcat. I'm also considering a alternative ground cover since it will be heavily shaded and I want low maintenance. Maybe something like sweet woodruff?

Its a relief to have the fence back up. I plopped that post right back in the hole with most of the concrete still on it. Its beat up but good enough until I upgrade.
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