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Last updated: 2 February 2021
The cost of tree removal in Boston, 14025 varies depending on the size of your tree, it’s location on your property and access.
The biggest factor affecting price is the local tree service in Boston you use for the job.
The average tree removal cost in Boston is $1,097 which is 26% above the countrywide average of $871.
Whether you need a permit to remove a tree in Boston Zipcode 14025 will depend on the size and location of the tree itself.
Boston has a set of tree ordinances that indicates whether your tree can be removed.
Normally if the tree is dead, hazardous, planted too close to your home or not considered significant due to its small size you should be able to remove it without a permit.
Click here for the local tree ordinance in Boston, 14025, Massachusetts.
Boston is located in Plant hardiness zone 5b.
The state tree for Massachusetts is American Elm, Ulmus americana which can be found in abundance in one of the 34 State forests or 0 state parks.
With 60.57% of the state is forested, there are approximately 3,220,000 forested acres in Massachusetts. With a population of 6,892,503 and an estimated 805,000,000 trees statewide, there are 117 trees for every person in the state.
Unfortunately, there are some endangered species of trees, 2 to be exact, as well as 1 threatened species and 27 invasive species. The worst offender endangering native trees in Boston is the Dutch Elm Disease.
Map of Boston.
Tree removal in Boston costs $1,097 which is 26% above the country average of $871.
In most cases, tree removal can be cheaper in winter, but for Boston, in Massachusetts with latitude 42.3584, longitude -71.0598, it would depend on how cold your winters get. Colder weather in Northern states brings reduced demand for tree services which increases competition and reduces prices.
Boston, Massachusetts has a tree ordinance regulating the removal of trees. There are just 3,220,000 or 117 trees per person in Boston, 14025, the preservation of all trees in the area is important. Unless your tree is an invasive species like Dutch Elm Disease you will need a permit to remove a tree. Refer to your local tree ordinance here for more info.
Most home insurance coverage in Boston, 14025 in Massachusetts with cover tree removal if the tree has fallen in a storm. This will not include the removal of healthy trees or neglected dead trees. If your trees are invasive like Dutch Elm Disease, then they might cover you, but it will vary depending on the company used.
With 60.57% in Massachusetts across 0 state parks and 34 state forests there are 34 endangered species of trees and 1. With 3,220,000 forested acres which are 60.57% of land still forested and 27 invasive tree(s) and plants like Dutch Elm Disease taking a foothold, native trees like our state tree the American Elm, Ulmus americana would normally flourish are having a harder time thriving.
Boston coordinates are 42.3584, -71.0598 and the average weather readings are the following: