emergency tree service
You have a tree emergency, now what? First, you need to assess the situation and make sure no one is injured. If so, STOP WHAT YOU ARE DOING AND SEEK MEDICAL HELP. Once you have determined that no one is hurt, give us a call. We will come out and get it taken care of as soon as possible. However, please make sure it is in fact an emergency. Often emergencies occur right before or right after a storm so generally you will not be the only one. Therefore, we ask you to make sure it is an emergency. We want to make sure we can help everyone who truly needs emergency services first. We know that your emergency will be at the center of your world, but we must assess these emergencies and determine what needs to be handled and in what order. With that being said, if there is any chance it may be an emergency, we encourage you to give us a call and let our professionals determine the criticality of the situation.
Things to look for to determine if your situation is an emergency:
One of the biggest things you can look for that would denote an emergency is if a tree is dead or leaning and is in danger of falling onto property. Obviously, if the piece of property can be moved out of harm’s way (ex. Vehicle) we advise you to do so immediately. If you can move the property out of the way, generally, we will no longer deem this an emergency. However, if the property cannot be moved (ex. Home) call use immediately and we will determine the best course of action before the situation gets worse. If there is any doubt and an impeding storm, we recommend you give us a call.
How do we handle emergencies?
Generally, like every other aspect of our company, we are a first come first serve business. However, in the case of an impending hurricane or natural disaster, we will do our best to triage the situation and handle the worst situations first. We value your business and understand that your emergency is important, but we ask that you work with us as we do our best to help everyone in the time of need.
How to avoid an emergency.
We know that some emergencies are unavoidable. That is the way life goes. However, some emergencies are. We recommend that you properly care for and maintain your trees to prevent trees from leaning or dying that could contribute to the situation. Also, we recommend having one of our tree experts come out and assess your tree situation prior to hurricane season. This will help us get a good idea of what could be an issue if a storm were to hit. We can also go ahead and take down any potential hazardous trees preemptively to mitigate any unnecessary risk.
If you feel your tree situation is an emergency, please give us a call as soon as possible. Like any emergency, time is of the essence. Give us a call for any emergency tree service.