“We use it for our day-to-day residential jobs where we would have otherwise used a crane or bucket truck. We just do it a heck of a lot faster—and more jobs in one day!”
— Kyle Oneppo, Warwick Tree Services
Live-Action Videos of the 718, 728 & 738
Fluidity, Precision & Speed: See these machines in urban tree removal, rights of way, residential, rural, and off-road tree clearing and vegetation removal.
Why SENNEBOGEN Is a Game-Changer
Owner Derek Oneppo sends Kyle and the 718 out with their own low-bed and a dedicated tractor. “He’ll make as many as 5 stops in a day!” Oneppo reports. “We use it for our day-to-day residential jobs where we would have otherwise used a crane or bucket truck. We just do it a heck of a lot faster and more jobs in one day!”
Despite the 718’s slow start and a slow economy, Oneppo says that his company has had a very good year. Kyle’s crew of four went from earning $3,000/day in revenue, up to $10,000 – $12,000 a day, with the same crew.
“The difference is that machine,” Oneppo claims. “The cost of payments on the machine looks like a lot on paper, but you can make it back, easily, in one day of work!"
Warwick Tree Services
“The difference on the jobsite is remarkable… We had a row of about 100 eucalyptus trees--about 120 to 150 ft. high.
Branches were stretching over two lanes of a major roadway, so we couldn‘t just cut & drop.
Typically, we would have had two climbers up in the tree, and a 100-ton or larger crane to bring the tree down.
With the 738, we completed the job in less time, using fewer people, without a crane, and we didn’t have to put one climber in the tree. Anytime you can take a climber out of the tree you have made the job safer.
Up to now, we would have planned for about ten crew on the jobsite. The most we ever had [on site] was up to five"
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