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At LG&E and KU, we strive to provide you with safe, reliable service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. One of the most common – and critical – ways we do that is by clearing trees and other vegetation that has grown too close to overhead power lines.
This is referred to as right-of-way clearing. As the best component of your landscaping, it is essential to keep your trees utterly free of infestation and rot. Your nearby, full-service tree professionals at Tree Removal Louisville KY, are proficient at evaluating, trimming, pruning, and removing trees on schedule and cost-efficiently.
Owned and operated by an authorized arborist Louisville, jointly with a seasoned team, Tree Removal Louisville KY has. If you suspect a natural gas leak, ALWAYS leave the area immediately.
If you need immediate assistance, or to report a gas leak/odor, contact us at: LG&E: How Much Does Tree Removal Cost? Tree removal for Louisville homeowners will cost abouton average. If the tree’s circumference, height or branches could be less or more of a problem, the price will fluctuate betweenandFor example, the price could be on the higher end if the arborists need to prune more branches on the tree before cutting it down to minimize damage to the yard or possible damage to the home on the tree.
Contractor safety. Contractors working on behalf of LG&E and KU can become e-SMARTworkers. Becoming e-SMART means learning about electricity and natural gas and the steps to take to ensure you and everyone else remains safe, and LG&E and KU customers continue to receive the reliable service they deserve.
Visit the e-SMART workers website. Sign in or register now and you'll instantly be able to: View your current bill, billing history and enroll in notifications. Make a payment or view your payment history. Report an outage. Sign up for our Energy Efficiency programs, paperless billing, AutoPay and submit a service request to have us drop your power lines or cover them so you can.
Waste Reduction Center. At the Waste Reduction Center, Louisville/Jefferson County residents can dispose of tires, household bulky waste such as metals, appliances, electronics, tree limbs and stumps up to three feet in diameter, unbagged yard waste, construction debris, and furniture. (Fees may apply.) The Waste Reduction Center is located at Meriwether Avenue, but the ENTRANCE IS ON.