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  • A
    Bug evaluated the damaged tree and recommended what damaged parts needed to be removed, and other trimming to balance the tree and reduce further damage. Her crew of Josh and Ben were very pleasant and professional. They worked safely, sought my input when appropriate, and cleaned up everything very well.
    - Thomas P.
  • D
    Overall it was a bad experience.  It took the company over 30 days from when I paid the ½ installment to do the work.  They promised many times to do it, but never showed.  After several calls and a request for my money back, they finally did the work.  The quality of work was fine.  However, they reduced the size of the wall ½ from what I was expecting and what I believe they originally quoted.  I roughly priced out the materials and labor and the cost was ½ what I paid.
    - John H.
  • A
    Gave me a very fair estimate on all 6 trees. Showed up at the exact time told. It was amazing for me to watch how much work was involved in tree trimming. The job took 2 days and trees were trimmed beautifully and they completely cleaned up any excess from the tree afterwards. And I got a truck load of wood chips for our garden. Bonus! Thank you so much!
    - William T.
  • A
    The handyman called me and informed me that the window well was not a regular fit and that it would need a special fit. He then asked what my goal was with the window well. I informed him that I just wanted to keep water out. He then said that he could just put a cover on it, and did it that day. This ended up costing me less than the original estimate.
    - Terrance J M.
  • B
    I've had them for 3 years. They are so reasonably priced. They do a good job. They're not increasing the price. They're very reliable. They do a good job for the money. If I have a problem, they come right back. They always come when they are supposed to. I like them. I would absolutely use them in the future.
    - Diane W.
  • A
    He came over within a few hours of my asking for an estimate. He gave me a written estimate after he looked at the stump. I agreed to have him do it. He said he would do it later in the week after I called Utility company to check before digging. He came when he said he would and cleaned up the area afterward. He explained that rental equipment for the job was expensive to rent and not nearly as big as his machine. I'm delighted it was so easy, and much more reasonable than I expected.
    - Mary E.
  • D
    At first, it seemed to go well. On Friday, September 27 a man dropped a flyer off at our house to advertise the provider's services. We had a large tree in the front of our house that had a very large limb hanging directly in front, so we decided to request a quote. We were provided a written quote of $1,070.00 for cutting down the large limb in addition to trimming limbs and cutting down some trees in the back of our wooded lot. We accepted the offer.
    On Saturday, September 28 a crew reported to our home as we were told they would. The crew immediately started working on the trees in the back yard. As the tree limbs were cut down the crew would then turn them in to mulch. Due to inclement weather, the crew had to cease work and told us they would return the following Monday to finish the job.
    On Monday, September 30 the crew returned to our home to finish the job. That morning, the foreman called my husband and requested that payment be made in cash, not check or credit card. We thought this seemed strange, but the foreman explained that, for "bookkeeping purposes," it would be more efficient for payment to be in the form of cash. Around noon my husband pulled into the driveway to see the crew about to remove the very large limb in the front of our house. What my husband saw was the crew attempting to take down the limb; unfortunately, no one was standing between the limb and our house. The limb snapped back, breaking one of the windows in front of our house!
    On the receipt we received the foreman wrote "Completed 10/1/13, pd in full cash. Window repair pending." That day, within a few minutes of the accident, my husband received an email from someone in the company who provided us with a PDF of the provider's certificate of liability insurance. We immediately called a known provider to report the incident and request an estimate to replace the broken window. Fortunately, we have double-paned windows, and our home was not exposed to the elements.
    The estimate we received to replace the window amounted to $436.23. I emailed a copy of the estimate to the tree service provider.
    About a week after providing the repair estimate I spoke with a representative from the service provider. The representative informed me that the foreman who provided us with the estimate had been let go due to performance problems, including allegedly providing higher estimates to customers, under reporting those estimates to the company, and then pocketing the difference. So, essentially we were quoted $1,070 for the work, the foreman reported to the company a quote of $1,000, and then pocketed the remaining $70.
    I later received a call from the representative, who informed me he would be in the area the next week and wanted to confirm the dollar amount of the window repair quote. Now, I was on my mobile phone at the time and didn't have the written quote in front of me. We both thought that $427 seemed about right, but I explained that I didn't have the exact number in front of me. A day or so later the representative called me and told me that he had the money - $427 in cash - and wanted to know if dropping an envelope containing the funds was OK. I was a bit uncomfortable leaving that much cash in our mailbox, but agreed, knowing that my husband would be able to access the mailbox soon thereafter.
    So, all in all we were shorted $9.23 for the window repair and $70 for the unscrupulous employee who allegedly mis-reported the estimate so he could pocket some quick cash- $79.23 total. While the service was performed, the fact that our front window was broken and the poor manner in which the repayment was handled left me feeling very displeased with this service provider.
    - Melissa C.
  • A
    I found D & D to have the best price. They had the lowest bid by several hundred dollars. I was impressed with how friendly everyone was from the owner to the workers. Would certainly use again with no hesitation!!
    - Julie H.
  • A
    We were *very* pleased with the services provided by Happy Tree! Ryan was incredibly great to work with - he responded promptly to all questions and provided accurate estimates. They were on-time and worked quickly and efficiently to finish the work between episodes of rain. Our yard looks amazing, it was completely transformed! Ryan was honest with what he thought would work best in our yard and meet our need - not always recommending the most expensive or fanciest materials.
    - Christine R.
  • A
    Was the first to respond to my calls and his rates were well within what I expected to pay. Was very fast and cleaned up all debris after he was done. Will definitely keep him on my list of guys to call to do things that I can't!
    - Jane M.
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