Removals. Just get er Done
When in it comes to removals it should be no surprise that pricing is a major issue, and to be perfectly honest, I get it. Tree work can get very expensive, very quick and rightfully so when you consider everything that needs to happen in order to get your tree on the ground safely with zero damage to property and crew members. As a consumer myself I understand that we all want the best bang for our buck when we decide to do business with another. We all want to spend the least amount of money (admittedly or not) on a said product or service and hope it yields a return that offers a value that exceeds or at least what we find equal to our own personal expectations. At Primetime Pruning, our philosophy is simple, we as a business strive to find that middle ground zone. We understand the importance of saving our customers money, but how to also find value in the business we are taking on. This isn’t easy, in fact it’s taken years and many, many mistakes to be able to offer pricing that respects our interests and goals as a company but that also makes the customer feel they made a sound economic decision in choosing us.
We talked about this in a previous blog however we will dive into it a little bit more today, and that is, pricing. To me, pricing depends on skill and machinery. Ive heard multiple times on multiple occasions from customers that while collecting bids for their removal project the pricing varies greatly from company to company, and that is because different companies are outfitted in different ways and this all depends on the skill levels of their employees. Some companies are better suited for tree removals that can only be done using a bucket truck or that has a bucket truck access. Some companies prefer only removal jobs simply because their climbers either aren’t comfortable or skilled enough to climb tall trees without the use of tree gaffs or spikes, which we all know, should only be worn on removal jobs. Some jobs are just so massive that it’s in your best interest to use the largest and most well known company simply for safety purposes and the peace of mind. My point is that as a customer you should absolutely be grabbing multiple bids on your removal project, it’s been my experience that the company who comes in the middle is serious about the work but also has the resources to get it done correctly and safely. The last thing you want is to hire a company at the cheapest price for them only to collect half the pay up front and then walk away because they realized later on they were in over their heads.
Commodity over Value: When it comes to removal jobs they are %100 a commodity. The Boise Valley is definitely not short of companies who would love to offer you pricing to chop all your trees down on your property. But I would wager that there are far fewer companies looking to answer the call to come out and offer tree work that is subjectively artistic and custom in it’s approach and management. Pruning that is done correctly adds a ton of value to your property whether your looking to put it on the market in the future or simply to enjoy at your leisure. Thanks for tuning in today, and as always, will see ya around.