One of the assumptions that people make with regards to tree trimming is that the size of your tree is the only factor that would go towards deciding the price that you are required to pay once the professional tree trimmers have completed the various tasks that you had assigned to them at the end of the day. It is certainly true that size is a big factor, but in spite of the fact that this is the case it is not the only factor that you should be keeping in mind since a lot of other things can also greatly influence the price of the tree trimming that you are going to have to pay.
It is important to note that if your tree is small but it has a higher than average number of branches, this can often lead to the cost of tree trimming being a bit higher due to the reason that the expert is going to have to spend a lot more time working on the tree before they can say that their job has been done to the best of their abilities.
A tall tree that does not have all that many branches will be a lot easier to trim than a short tree that has a lot of branches all in all. Don’t be surprised if your short tree requires a high payment in order to be trimmed. You can always ask the expert what they are factoring into the asking price, and if they don’t give you a good enough reason to justify their fees then you can fire them and hire someone else. Just remember that the number of branches is definitely going to play a role.