There’s a huge need for a Long Island Tree Service in Suffolk County NY. Someone always needs help trimming, chipping, cutting, relocating or removing trees, stump, bark or branches.
Tree removal is a growing need here in Long Island. Removing a large size tree between 60 to 80 feet tall costs between $300 to $860. The price you quote also depends on the difficulty of the circumstance such as obstacles, nearby high traffic or just near properties. Physically removing the wood material out of the site is also a service you can charge. All these considerations are factored into the price you quote for tree removal.
Now, imagine you’ve got a rig and a team of three to four with your tools. Removing a tree in an hour or two can bring you more than $1,000. It all starts with putting up your own tree service Long Island business specializing in tree removal. It would do well that you have a few year’s experiences working with a tree service company to acquire professional knowledge. It is a dangerous line of work that may result in damage or injury.
You may also get your training through the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) and work your way up from easier and less risky tree services. Everything else is about running a business. This means applying for a business license in order to legally offer tree services. Your local arboriculturist should be able to help you with the process.
It also means you’ll need to register your business name, get your Employer’s Identification Number (EIN) through the Internal Revenue Service and open a business bank account. You’ll then have to register your tree service Long Island business with the state’s secretary of state’s office as a sole proprietor, a partnership, a Limited Liability Company or a corporation.
You’ll want to have someone taking care of your accounting like a bookkeeper or an accountant. You may initially opt for bookkeeping software to keep track of your finances. It’s also very important that you get insurance especially in this business for your protection. You’ll need tree servicing equipment. Your second-hand truck. Your climbing rope system. Your safety gear.
When you’re ready, get the word out. Usually, it’s advertising through fliers, your business cards and your website. You may also use social media like Facebook. But ultimately, your quality of work is the best advertisement you have to get a second call and a referral.