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  • A
    James & J Pressure Washing & Tree Service
    I had recently purchased a home that had several large trees near the home, as well as branches touching the roof. James did a great job bringing them down safely and removing all debris. Pressure washing was thorough, as well. Overall, very satisfied with the price and results. In addition, I was on a tight schedule to have the work done, and James worked with me to ensure the work was complete prior to move in day.
    - Gayle C. T.
  • A
    Wiley's top notch tree service llc
    Excellent! Chad and Ashley are very professional and easy to work with. They managed our expectations very well. We have already recommended them to several friends and neighbors with the exact same results.
    - Candace G.
  • A
    My experience with tree service companies is they are not very dependable and it's hard to schedule their time.  I understand being busy, but to make promises you aren't willing to keep is not a satisfactory business process in my opinion.

    I'm happy to report that Stephen Postell did respond, he followed up promptly and he was true to his word.  He initially wasn't able to work me into his schedule for 2 weeks but later was able to work me in earlier.

    The job went just as we'd discussed originally.  Although he doesn't have some of the latest and greatest equipment, his crew worked like a well oiled machine on a Monday, all day, and they got all the trees I'd hoped they would.  Some were difficult to access but the climber was able to make quick work of even these.  They even saved one that I'd marked for removal originally, a nice oak.  They asked questions as needed.  They didn't rut up my yard even though the bobcat was all over the yard.  The whole crew was attentive and conscientious the whole time and there were no problems.  They went to lunch and were back in an hour and they removed a load of logs during that time as well.

    I had to get a stump grinding service out afterwards, but that is hard for me to be critical of because the rest of the job went so well.

    I would highly recommend Stephen Postell's Tree Service.  The service I paid for was a good value in my opinion.  I will not hesitate to use this company in the future should I need more trees removed.

    - Keith H.
  • F
    Andrew's Land & Tree Service & Firewood Delivery
    I contacted and spoke to Andrew himself.  He was very polite on the phone.  I called him earlier in the week and he said he could maybe get out for an estimate by the end of the week, very latest, early the next week either on Monday or Tuesday.  Great...sounds good. 
    Except for the fact that he never called back that week.  So I contacted him via text (as I previously did) asking him if he would be there Monday night or Tuesday night.  Monday came and went. Nothing.  So I called him Tuesday and he seemed like he had no clue what I was talking about.  He said he could make it the next day between 5-7.  Ok fine.
    He was a no show.  He called Thursday saying he was in the hospital for a spider bite.  I felt bad, and he wanted to come on Friday for the estimate at noon.  
    Again....a NO SHOW!
    I called him around 1pm and his cell phone kept going to voicemail (I attempted about 6 times over the day) and his office phone, went straight to voicemail (which is odd).
    I wanted his side of the story (maybe something went wrong), so I tried calling again on Monday.  The cell rang and then he sent me to voicemail three times.  Obviously avoiding me. 
    So, after way too many failed attempts, I gave my business to another company that gave me an estimate and will be here tomorrow afternoon to take the trees down!
    - Melissa M.
  • D
    The person doing the actual work in the trees, sawing, was skillful and did a good job.  The crew on the ground worked unsafely, were inattentive, and had no regard for themselves or our property.  Several items were damaged after the first day (pool light, pavers, planters, a section of fencing around my pool pumps, etc.).  The owner was offended when my wife presented him with a list of things damaged during the first day.  He was rude and unprofessional to my wife.  When I spoke with him, his manner was much the same.  His initial response was that we were out of line to point out the damage that was done after only the first day as they were not finished with the job.  He initially conveyed that he would simply pull his crew.  He let me know that "most home owners were crazy" and he didn't need our business.  He complained that the job was misquoted and that he would most likely fire his estimator.  As a side, his was the middle of the 3 bids ($600 greater than the lowest bid and $100 less than the highest).  Although the monetary value of the damage was small, I felt a need to intervene before something more significant occurred or someone was injured.  I chose to continue the job with closer contact with the guys doing the work rather than go through the hassle of bringing in a new contractor in the middle of the job and getting into a protracted dispute over payment with the first.  The owner did make us whole for the items damaged that were reported to him.  The crews did slow down and exercise more caution after the first day. 
    In my opinion, neither the owner nor the crew demonstrated any respect for my family or my property.  I would not knowingly invite anyone to perform any service on my property and in contact with my family with this attitude.
    - Tony F.
  • A
    T & T Landscaping & Tree Svc
    His was the only ad in the Yellow Pages to include the personal name of the owner. After my call he came out promptly and gave an estimate, which I considered a good price. He said he was very busy and it might be ten days or so. A week later I called him back, and he immediately set up a date.

    He had a crew of five, and they skillfully took down a large hundred-year-old oak tree in a fairly tight spot next to our house. There were no accidents, though one of their trucks did crack a piece of marble we had over a drain hole. We have others and can replace it, but he did not offer any recompense. They cleaned up well and hauled away all the wood. I was quite satisfied.
    - Janet S.
  • F
    Scam involved :  He kept raising the price of cutting trees, he claimed they were all infected with hardwood beetles (a landscaper has advised no beetle exists by this name).  He cut down almost all the trees on my property, approximately 1 & 1/2 acres.  The day he assessed the work to be done the contract was for $3K.  Then he insisted I sign another contract, and he took back my copy of the first contract, the second one was for $9, he insisted he found more trees with the hardwood beetle.  I have heard of carpenter ants destroying trees, but never heard of hardwood beetles before.   He destroyed my property by cutting down all those healthy trees.  Part of the reason I purchased the property in the first place was because of all the trees, they made the property attractive.  I loved the trees, and made him well aware of this.   He also started "creating jobs":  he told me the trees had damaged the roof and caused leaks which would cause more damage to the house.  I had not seen or heard any evidence of any leaks.  He insisted he could fix the roof.  There was a stack of roof shingles in my basement. He used them, charged me $1,400.00 to do the work.  He said he also sealed all the leaks.  When his workers took the shingles out of the basement they not only left the door unlocked, they left it open, and it was open all weekend (Friday thru Monday), as I had no reason to go down there,  it is a walk-out basement, and I rarely go down that hill because it is too painful for my knees. Animals, like squirrels could have entered and done a lot of damage.  Matt, the young man who has been taking care of my yard for 5 years, was over that Monday, to check the mounds of dirt that had to be leveled (mounds caused when the stumps were ground), he found the door open, also, the gate by the basement entrance was unlocked and ajar.   Mr. Fairchild  insisted the roof on the sun-room had to be replaced, that it was full of leaks which would start to rot the beams and would have to replace the entire roof.  He said there was roll roofing presently on it, he wanted to replace it with shingle roofing, for $1,700.00.  I told him roll roofing was good enough, he did not like that idea.  He charged me $1,000.00 for that "job", never showed me the receipts for the materials. Mr. Cline (owner of the Termite Control Co. that does the Termite Prevention) was here after the "sunroof job" was done. (He had recommended Mr. Fairchild as he had done tree work for him at a reasonable price at his rental properties. Mr. Cline is a businessman, not a senior citizen-female alone as I am).  When I told Mr. Cline about the "additional jobs" Mr. Fairchild insisted I needed done, he asked if I ever noticed any leaks in the sun room roof. I told him that I did not.  He said then there probably weren't any, and was embarrassed that he had recommended Mr. Fairchild, said he will not  recommend him again.   Mr. Fairchild also insisted that I have the gutters pressure washed, and that he could do the job.  I told him that I have GutterGard. He insisted that company does not guarantee their products.  I told him no.  He got angry.   Mr. Fairchild also insisted that the caulking all around the house had to be replaced and repainted, that I would soon have leaks all around the house (scare tactics).  I told him that I could not afford that.  He got angry. Both Matt (my yard man) and Mr. Cline (Termite Control) inspected the caulking and said there was not a thing wrong, it was just fine.   When Mr. Fairchild started the job he assured me that when they were done with the job, everything would be left smooth and even.  He did not tell me that the stumps had to be ground down, at the additional cost of $750.00.  (He said snakes make nests in the stumps if they are not ground down.) After Mr. Hazelwood ground down the stumps, there were mounds that had to be leveled. Mr. Fairchild told me that I was responsible for that, and he would do it for $600.00.  (I am handicapped, 73 years old, unable to do work that strenuous.)  I refused him.  He got angry.  Matt did the job for me, for $200.00, and he also removed all of the huge mulch piles (caused by grinding the tree branches) that Mr. Fairchild had left all over the property, they were about 4 feet high in the back yard, up against 4 remaining trees and the fence (causing the fence to start to bow).Matt has a landscaping business and is very knowledgeable, he said that mulch against the trees would have caused them to rot.    Another company, hired by Mr. Fairchild, took the cut-down trees away (there were at least 20), on Saturday, 10/29.  A couple days later I noticed another pile of trees on my neighbor's property. Mr. Fairchild had given him the trees (37 of them), for firewood.  I called my neighbor, he said they were all healthy trees.  He promised to not start cutting them until I found out more about this scam that Mr. Fairchild had pulled. (This neighbor has always been very polite and respectful, he had no way of knowing the criminal actions of Mr. Fairchild). An friend of mine told me that this constitutes theft by deception (cutting down healthy trees that should have remained growing.)   Mr. Fairchild also asked me if I had any old coins, he said he could tell me their value, he kept insisting to see them, on and on.  I told him that several years ago someone else had said the foreign ones were not worth a lot.  He kept hounding me about them. Finally I agreed, this was the day I had to cancel a doctor's appointment because I was very weak and dizzy (had very little sleep the previous night), was afraid to attempt to drive. I was extremely sick, many times had to grab a wall to keep from falling, and Mr. Fairchild was aware of this.  (I have to use a cane to assist with walking, that was not sufficient that day.) Mr. Fairchild took advantage of my condition.  He grabbed the container I had some silver coins in, kept insisting the 7 Silver Dollars weren't worth much because they showed some wear, that only the eighth silver dollars might be ok (it was in mint condition).  I did not want to sell the silver dollars.  He kept insisting he would give me $100.00 for them.  He brow-beat me.  I was not thinking rationally, was also extremely depressed about losing all those trees (and the amount it cost me for them to be cut down).  I had told me that one of the reasons I had purchased the property   in 2003 was because of the trees,  I loved and enjoyed them. And, I made him aware that the money I had saved to remodel my kitchen  and bathroom, and for a water distiller was the money I had to use to pay for cutting the trees, it had me devastated.  (I was looking forward to stainless steele sinks in the kitchen and a butcher block counter top, and I had orders from my doctor to get a water distiller.) He then started using the excuse that he would take $100.00 off the price of the sun room roof, that he was doing me a favor, he insisted  he was giving me a good price for the coins. He had me so confused that I was nauseated, and finally agreed, as I said I was very sick and not totally coherent.   The following Thursday, I realized he had scammed me.  According to Google, Silver Dollars are worth $125.00 each, depending on the condition, and that value goes up to $30K each for coins in Mint Condition.  I never would have let him even see the coins if I had been physically and mentally alert.  He took advantage of me being sick and weak.  Before he "examined" the silver coins, he  saw my Budweiser Mug collection across the room from where we were,   he insisted he wanted to buy it, asked what I wanted for it.  I told him that I had pictures of all the mugs the company had made, was going to match them against the ones I had and research their worth, as I thought I had the complete set (this is something I had been planning to do for quite a while).  He got angry.   I am a handicapped senior citizen, age 73, a female alone, and an honest person.  This is typical for what the scam artists prey on, right?  Please advise if there is any recourse to this problem.  I cannot sleep  or eat regularly do to this crime Mr. Fairchild has done to me.  His price to cut the trees started at $3K, ended up at $15, 250.00 (plus the charges for doing roof repair).    Matt  took pictures of the stack of healthy trees and of the mounds of mulch Mr.Fairchild left on my property.   I can get the exact dates to you,  and more details  in another e-mail. Please let me know what recourse I have, what actions are to be taken against this crime he committed.  Thank you for your consideration in this matter.
    - Theresa T.
  • A
    R G Professional Tree Svc
    - Byron H.
  • F
    Casey Tree Experts
    - Kathryn B.
  • A
    Andrew's Land & Tree Service & Firewood Delivery
    Asked for a quote and Andrew came out the same day and assessed the yard and gave the quote. Work performed about 3 or 4 days later.
    - Anne B.
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