Cost to Remove A Large Tree - 2021 Cost Calculator
To Remove A Large Tree in Bastrop you should expect to pay in the range of $551.18 to $734.14. What we use to calculate Bastrop Large Tree Removal estimates is average material costs, average hourly labor wages and labor productivity rates. To get a more accurate estimate on your Large Tree Removal in Bastrop project:
1. Pick the Location of the Project
2. Tell us the size of your Project
3. Click the "Calculate" button
Average Cost per tree for Large Tree Removal in Bastrop
The average cost to Remove A Large Tree in Bastrop 2021 is $551.18 to $734.14 per tree. Always make sure to make all hiring decisions carefully and to make sure the contractor is fully insured, bonded and licensed. It is a good idea to check references and verify prior work quality.
If you want to receive the best value on Bastrop Large Tree Removal projects always make sure to receive project estimates from several contractors.
Cost Breakdown for Large Tree Removal in Bastrop
- Direct labor costs to Remove A Large Tree in Bastrop - between $464.76 and $598.70.
- Costs of specialty equipment used for efficiency and job quality, which may include: - between $86.43 and $135.44.
What the Bastrop Tree Removal Estimate Includes:
- Costs associated with worksite preparation for the Large Tree Removal in Bastrop project, which may include any costs for materials, components, protection of existing structures and finishes.
- Costs for all local Bastrop materials and equipment delivery to the work site.
- Costs for junk/debris removal and job cleanup after project completion.
- Hourly charges, labor setup and mobilization time that are usually associated with Large Tree Removal projects.
What the Tree Removal Estimate Does Not Include:
- Any fees for permits or inspection which may be required for the project by the Bastrop building department.
- Texas and Bastrop sales taxes on supplies and materials.
- Any general contractor fees for supervision of the Bastrop Large Tree Removal project. Please add 12% to 20% to the total cost shown above if you will be hiring a general contractor to supervise this project.