I've had good luck with Kiwi Pete and Todd (Pro Tree Man) in recent years. As with many contractors, if you're flexible with the schedule they might give you a better price.
On another note:
In MT there is no test to take to be a contractor. You do have to go through a point scoring process to qualify for a work comp waiver or have an active policy before you can apply but no knowledge of building anything is required from contractors, just $53.00 every two years and either workman's compensation insurance or a waiver (additional $125.00). General liability is also not a requirement although it helps score points to get the waiver. Corporate officers and 20% or more shareholders are work comp exempt in MT so they don't even need a waiver, just $53.00 and a legal corporation.
It's sad because anyone can go through the motions and show up on the state website as a licensed contractor which means nothing except they can't sue you if they're hurt on your property since someone verified their work comp status or lack thereof. It doesn't mean they know what they are doing or are qualified to tear apart your home or that they can be trusted with your funds.
I'm a contractor and I can type. I can even read a code book.