I went to check on a property I do the mowing and spring/fall cleanups on to find that a relatively small Willow had snapped off and was laying in the lawn. This is a summer home for my customer so they were unaware of it. We exchanged voice mails and I was given the go-ahead to clean it up. They're the type of people that never ask the price of anything and I'm always fair with them. Usually I just bill on a time & materials basis. The thing is that I really don't do much of this type of work, but I did used to work as a groundman for a tree service so it's well within my ability. What I'm really wondering is whether you guys charge more for tree work since there is a bit more skill and danger involved than most other types of maintenance work. I also know that you're not going to get a tree service out to do anything in my area for under $500. Here's some pics...so what's this job worth...cut up, cleaned up and hauled away/disposed of. I've got about 3 hours into it including travel time and dump time. I'm thinking $225 labor and $75 for hauling/dispo so $300. I really don't think they'd find anyone to do it for less than that. Fair? BTW, I used a wheelbarrow to wheel the wood right up onto my dump trailer...I thought that was pretty clever/efficient. And I didn't do that plow damage to the lawn...the neighbor's plow guy did.