Although I am a Level 3 certified Master Logger, I do not cut trees around houses, power lines, and other structures that could cause damage if they fall the wrong way. You need an insured & bonded tree care service for that. Once a tree is on the ground, either cut by a tree service or blown down, I would be glad to take a look at it!
I may be able to save you the money of disposal costs, plus you will know that the tree went to a good use, rather than being chipped up for mulch, cut for firewood, or hauled to a landfill. Because of the time and expense, plus the high probability of metal embedded in yard trees, I usually cannot offer to pay for the logs, though I may be able to cut the branches into firewood-sized pieces for you, If you are interested in some of the lumber for your own use, I can cut on shares.
Generally, the trees need to be at least 14" diameter, and straight for at least eight feet in order to be usable for lumber. I specialize in unusual species, so I love to work with sweetgum, locust, hedge, and sycamore, as well as oak, walnut, maple, and ash. If you don't know what kind of tree it is, I'd be glad to identify it for you.