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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by brentstreeservice, Jul 17, 2013.
Here is a picture of us working on a large property just outside of Austin, TX
Forgot to add the picture. Here it is below
Here it is. I'm having so much trouble this morning!
Very nice. I love y'all's new truck.
Looking good! that vermeer looks like it can take in some serious trees.
Alright, who else agrees with me that he needs to start his own work thread? Because I would sure like to see more pictures.
Love that truck. Looks to me like that is a job for a forestry mulcher machine, like a Fecon.
Well thank you for the compliment, NoahB. I have plenty of pictures of our operation and of our equipment along with work in progress. Our Austin tree service company has grown to over 35+ workers, 7 office staff, and 3 outside marketing folks. God has truly blessed us. Brents Tree Service is the largest tree trimming and tree removal company in Central Texas.
Does anyone have good suggestions on the threads within this forum where we can share and ask operational and marketing questions?
MowingMan, the Fecon equipment is definitely useful. We aren't in the habit of using any tree service equipment/machines that we don't own. We don't own a forestry mulcher machine. I appreciate the suggestion. I'll research them to see if they would save us enough time to justify purchasing one.
You have a very impressive operation. I am quite impressed. I don't do hardly any tree work. How do you bid large jobs like that? By the acre? By the # of trees?
Just curious When you first started out what equipment did you start with