The average cost to cut down a tree ranges from $400 to $2,000 according to Rob Alderson of Alderson Tree Service in Spokane, WA. It's size is the largest factor with smaller trees at 25 to 75 feet averaging $400 to $1,000 and larger ones of 75 feet+ costing $1,500 or more .
Oak Wilt is a deadly fungal disease that infects and disables the water-conducting system in oak trees. All Oaks are susceptible to this disease, but some species more than others. With no known cure, methods to control and treatments are expensive and not guaranteed. Oak Wilt is prevalent in Central Texas and spreads both above and below ground.
Cutting down an oak tree
Cutting down a tree, also known as felling a tree, requires careful planning and a high degree of skill. It’s a potentially dangerous job that’s best left to trained professionals. However, if the tree is a manageable size, you may choose to tackle the job yourself. Watch the following video to learn how to cut down a tree safely and ...
Oct 19, 2019 · To cut down your tree, a timber buyer must bring in laborers, a log truck, skidder, loader, and other equipment. The buyer must cut the logs and haul them to the mill to sell. After expenses, it's unlikely that the buyer will make any money from cutting a single tree unless it's extraordinarily valuable.
I am about to purchase a property, its 6 acres. The back 4 acres are wooded, but nothing of huge value except maybe this one oak tree I believe to be around 200 years old. the property is 165 feet wide and 1600 feet long (roughly) and this tree is ALL the way in the back.