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All Tech Tree Care crew made my family happy. The service was prompt and the job was completed faster than I imagined.
Raymond G. – Tampa, FL
Excellent and professional people. They were a pleasure to have around. Shane was always keeping me updated as to their progress.
Amit D. – Plant City, FL
They had the tree removed the same day the tree fell. They did such a good job, we hired them to remove other dead trees.
Donnie L. – Tampa, FL
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Weather damage can turn your previously healthy and stable trees into liabilities in just a few minutes. A lightning strike can burn through the tree wood structure and roots, eliminating the tree’s stability. A storm can uproot your tree and drop it on your house.
In circumstances like these, we are always ready to restore safety on commercial and residential properties all over Tampa. Responding to all emergencies immediately, we make the riskiest emergency tree removals quick and safe. With us, you don’t have to worry about the cost of emergency removing a tree – we always charge competitive prices.
We Handle Emergency Tree Removals 24/7
We know that tree emergencies are not limited to occurring during our work hours. This is why our tree service line remains open 24 hours every day of the week. Our goal is to be there whenever you have a tree problem – call us in the middle of the night or at any time of the day and we will always answer your call.
We do our best to arrive at the emergency location within the hour. Using our modern gear, we will get started with emergency removing a tree the moment we get there. A combination of the latest tree removal machines and an experienced tree removal team allow us to bring risky trees down without causing further damage to their surroundings.
Hiring an Emergency Tree Removal Team
When looking for a team to help you with emergency removing a tree, you should consider the factors outlined below. The factors below will help you choose a team that is competent and capable of making the emergency tree removals safe.
1. Years of Experience
You should work with a team that has handled numerous emergency tree removals in the past. Such a team will know how to manage the risks associated with emergency removing a tree. Discovering all the risks surrounding a tree before they even touch it, experienced professionals can help you avoid property damage.
2. Response Time
The best emergency tree service teams promise to bring risky trees down within the hour. If a team requires you to wait for an extended period, you must consider hiring a different team.
3. Tree Removal Tools
To bring risky trees down safely, professionals will need more advanced tools. In addition to their cutting tools, they may need cranes and bucket trucks to control the tree’s falling direction.
4. Liability Insurance
Emergency tree removals feature numerous unforeseen risks. Even if you have a competent team handling emergency removing a tree, things can go wrong and the tree may cause some damage to your property.
Hiring a group with liability insurance eliminates the need to worry about repair costs. Using their liability insurance, the tree removal team can take care of all the damages that occur.
It is important to note that some companies may take advantage of your risky situation to overcharge you. However, do not fall for this – some companies will charge you competitive prices.
Note: If you have a home insurer, you should call the insurance company to determine whether they do handle emergency tree removal costs. This can help you avoid paying for the procedure out of your pocket.
Signs of a Falling Tree
If one of your trees is showing the following signs, removing it can improve safety in your home:
- The tree is showing signs of storm damage – this could include cracks on its trunk or the tree crown.
- If the tree is leaning dangerously over utilities.
- If the tree is surrounded by cracked ground and its roots are showing obvious signs of damage.
- If the tree trunk is showing signs of decay.
- If the tree has suffered a lightning strike.
- If your tree is relying on the trees standing next to it for stability.
- If the tree is dead – dead trees tend to decay and may fall unexpectedly.