- It is always necessary to see the situation before giving prices. "Situations" vary greatly.
- Consultations and estimates are usually done monday thru thursday, early morning and evening's.
- Removals can take anywhere from a half day too three days depending on size etc.
- considerations need to be taken into account, dogs in backyard, children sleeping, or locked gates.
- Bamboo rescue is fully independent, clients do not need to provide anything for work to be done. (except payment afterwards)
- Bamboo rescue can remove tree stumps that other stump grinders cannot access.
- Stump grinding will only be done on tree stumps from 2 feet and smaller, unless old and partially rotted.
- Holly, Camellia, and Eucalyptus stumps are very hard therefore taking more time.
- Cost is $125 an hour, It can take as little as a 1/2 hour or as much as 3 hours.
- Grinding in very tight spots is a specialty.
- Bamboo can be ground out most of the time as well, after cutting the top down and removing debris.
Why would anybody want to remove bamboo?
- The bamboo has never been maintained. The grove has grown bigger than originally intended.
- The bamboo has grown into areas where it shouldn't, under the fence and toward the neighbors.
- The bamboo does not have enough room to grow and was never planned accordingly, a small space will get grown into quick if not checked.
- A rhizome barrier was never installed. Underground rhizome's (roots) have grown unnoticed into unwanted areas.
- The bamboo has died unexpectedly. The planter had no drainage, therefore flooding and caused the roots and rhizomes to drown and rot.
- The property has changed ownership. The new owner wants to change the landscape.
- The resident's are going to have a fence built. The bamboo is in the way of the new proposed fence.