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Frequently Asked Questions

stillmans treeservice of bradenton and sarasota

Why Should I Choose Stillman's Tree Service?

There are plenty of options when it comes to choosing a tree service. With Stillman's you get upfront pricing in writing. A crew that is happy to be working for you and who knows you are the BOSS. We are licensed for our profession, insured to the hilt and grateful to be working in today's economy. And most of all, payment is due only when you're completely satisfied!

How much does it cost to remove a tree?

This is an impossible question to answer. Some trees cost $80 to remove, others $800. This is why we insist on giving you a FREE estimate before starting any work. We want both parties involved to know exactly what the cost will be, no surprises.

What kind of tree do I have?

The most common trees we have in our area are Live Oak, Carrot Wood, Brazilian Pepper , Maples, Laurel Oak, Slash Pine, Australian Pine, Norfolk Island Pine,Sycamore, Bischofia, Ficus, Banyan, Ear, Water Oaks, Eucalyptus, Mellalenca Camphor, Wrapped Fig, Jacaranda, Tropical Silk Oak, Queen Palm, Royal Palm, Pigmy Palm, Reclinata Palm, to name but a few.

What if I have a tree growing over my property line?

The law in Florida states that anything over the property line is your responsibility. It is obviously courteous to let your neighbor know you'll be trimming the tree,and doing so will diffuse many a conflict.

What happens to all of the debris you remove from my property?

Everything removed from your property gets recycled. From wood chippings going down as mulch, to oak logs becoming firewood.  Nothing is ever put into a landfill.

How soon can you get to my job?

Sometimes we can get to you on the same day you contact us, but sometimes we may have to wait on permitting before any work can commence. it all depends on the situation.

Does my tree removal / trimming require a permit? 

Sometimes a permit is required. We'll be pleased to advise you of the specifics when we provide you with our FREE estimate.

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