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Bill’s Tree Service

119 Main St, Sioux City, IA 51103
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  • Debris Removal
  • Stump Removal

Business Description

Bill's Tree Service has been serving Sioux City and the surrounding areas for over 10 years. Its services can be customized to cover a variety of client needs, including tree trimming, stump removal, and lot clearing. Its tree professionals also conduct assessments to find diseases or damages before a tree is removed. Bill's Tree Service also provides 24-hour emergency tree services and cleanup during unpredictable bad weather. Trees removed from a project are also sold as firewood and woodchips.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Is it customary to tip tree service employees?

It is not required to tip your tree service professional, and the tree service company probably won’t expect it. However, if you feel the tree service has gone out of their way to make your experience a good one, you may decide to tip each worker, or to give one tip when paying your bill. If you do decide to tip, cash is best.

Does tree service work require a permit?

Your city may require permits for certain tree services. They may also prohibit certain projects. For example, your city may not allow trees designated “heritage trees” to be cut down. Call your city or county for more information.

Should neighbors be advised about the project?

Most professional tree services follow best safety practices. If branches and other debris will be falling, the company will rope off the area so no one else can come in. However, if your home is very close to your neighbor’s house, you may want to let them know the day before the job that they want to be extra careful walking in front of or around your home.

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