For tree work 100 / hr with a couple helpers (threemancrew) is the absolute MINIMUM you want to be making. small easy job or not. Price goes up from there, charge more, because you can, for risk, anything that needs climbing, or big jobs requiring heavy equip, etc. And yes, I would shoot for more than 100/hr even on an easy job. There's nothing cheap about running a business. Working a full ten to twelve hour day I want to be walking away with a MINIMUM of 1000 profit after labor, fuel, equipment expenses, etc. Landing easy jobs like this is a bonus, take advantage of the fact the customer doesn't want to hassle with it, but it's easy, put those two things together and obviously they don't mind spending their money. With that being said I don't look at things hourly too often unless I am really hungry for work, because that is the minimum me, my equipment, and my guys are worth. There are some 200/250 dollar trees in there and some 75/150 dollar trees, charge accordingly, add up the numbers, and then give a discount for it being easily accessible, and for the job being not much more than chainsaw 101 & beginner level felling.