Typically, no. In smaller scoped projects, the nature of the work and relevant pictures may be enough to offer an estimate. However, seeing the site enables us to more confidently estimate the scope of the project as well as the nature of the work – terrain, brush type, density, size, and age – to accurately offer an estimate. For construction projects, we usually like to see the site for the project as well before offering an estimate. This policy is really to ensure complete transparency and accurate communication with the landowner.