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Old 02-04-2020, 10:57 PM
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Originally Posted by DJohansen1 View Post
New to TV and looking to change a few things in our new home. We’d like to either remove or relocate some shrubs to install a birdcage. Couple of birdcage installers have commented that removing shrubs is very expensive. I’m confused about that as removing shrubs where I came from out west is not that big of a deal. Anyone have any feedback they can share and recommendations on someone reasonable that might be worth talking to?

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I am confused by your question? If you are installing a birdcage, they need to pour a concrete pad, or at least a perimeter foundation to construct the birdcage on. That requires a backhoe, which would very simply rip out all the shrubs when digging to prep for the concrete pour. If you want to relocate the shrubs, dig them up and re-plant them somewhere that is within offset requirements from your property line.
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