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Tree removal or Redo sidewalk(concrete work) (E. Centennial)

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16000 E. Prentice Pl.
compensation: $1k++
PLEASE DON'T FIND ME RUDE BUT IF YOU WANT THE JOB PLEASE FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS (bc I might get a lot of responses).

Hello, I have two totally separate jobs available, please don't apply for both, rather, tell me which one you are interested in that you have the equipment and expertise to do.

1) Tree Removal/Stump removal
-The 35' tree in the photos is beyond saving and needs removed. I seek two quotes a) for just the tree removed b) for both the tree removed and the stump removed. The roots are too deep to be removed with a stump grinder because the ground level has been raised from where the root originally was, it must be manually dug up without disturbing the landscaping brick, and if you do, then you must be able to return the landscaping brick back to the same condition it was. This is going to be very difficult and labor intensive. In your response I must be told what equipment you have to safely cut down and remove the tree debris, as the tree is on a street corner and cannot block public access if you chop it down from the top. I can fall in front of the house though if you are really good and directional chopping.

2) Sidewalk - I'm not sure if I want to A) remove the damage sidewalk (about 25' x 4' from the house to the curb) to replace with soil and sod, or if I B) want to repair and resurface and/or redo. I'm leaning towards B. As you can see, some bricks have completely come lose (I still have them), the top of the sidewalk was once painted white but is now mostly worn off and has some significant spalling. The mortar between the brings is wearing out. I need an expert to provide me recommendations and cost estimates. Please give a general description of your thoughts in your response.

IMPORTANT: I will not respond to those that do not leave a helpful/detailed response with:
- a rough guess of costs (I realize you cannot guarantee your bid until you see it),
- your experience/website/company if you have one. If you have a website, yelp page or BBB page that will increase your chances of getting hired.
- if you have proof of insurance (this is required if you are wanting to cut down the tree.)
-will you have help?
-when are you available?

You can email, text or leave me a voicemail. I'm not trying to be rude, but it is important you leave me as much information as possible as I just won't have the time to call everyone back.

Brad

post id: 7747673292

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