Emergency Tree Service
Trees and heavy limbs that come down in a storm can cause serious damage to your home or vehicles. Downed trees may crash through your roof, block your driveway, or damage your swimming pools – you name it, we’ve seen it.
When trees cause damage, turn to your local independently owned and operated Monster Tree Service location. Our emergency tree services quickly remove damage-causing downed trees and fallen limbs so that you can focus on repairs to your property.
Keep your home or business safe. Call (888) 744-0155 for fast service and upfront pricing.
We’re Here When You Need Fast Tree Service
In an emergency, you might be tempted to handle downed trees yourself, but tree removal can be hazardous and complicated by the presence of structures and utilities. We offer emergency services to complete jobs requiring a quick turnaround.
Our emergency tree services include:
Emergency Tree Removal
If you need a tree removed quickly – for any reason – our emergency tree removal service offers the most immediate assistance. We remove downed trees on your roof or vehicles as well as damaged limbs that are precarious and potentially dangerous.
Learn more about emergency tree removal.
Emergency Storm-damage Tree Cleanup Services
After a storm, you want to ensure any damaged trees receive care and large, hazardous limbs don’t block your home. Our crews use specialized tools and training to quickly remove everything from small branches to whole limbs and trees. We quickly clear branches away from damaged parts of your home and offer tree health care to support a tree damaged in a storm.
Learn more about storm-damage tree cleanup.
Benefit from Expert Fallen Tree Cleanup Services in an Emergency
Our experienced crews of arborists use professional-grade tools like cranes to carefully remove limbs and trees while avoiding further damage to your property. Working with other emergency service providers, we’ll carefully restore your property and make recommendations for future preventative services.
Our professionals expertly handle the most challenging storm-damage scenarios, including:
- Trees on or near your home. Removing trees that have fallen on or near your home is delicate work. Our teams use care to avoid further damage.
- Downed tree limbs. Even if a whole tree hasn’t come down, large tree limb cleanup is an unwieldy job for homeowners. We haul away downed limbs, branches, and other debris.
- Difficult-to-access trees. Whether it’s a downed tree leaning precariously or limbs in hard-to-reach parts of your yard, we have the equipment to get debris out safely.
- Large-scale jobs. Storms don’t often stop at damaging one tree. Don’t sweat over how much work has to be done. Just let us handle the cleanup.
- Dangling limbs. Sometimes, storms don’t take out the whole tree. Our emergency tree-cutting service also addresses dangerous limbs that could fall unexpectedly.
Find Emergency Tree Service Near Me
When you choose Monster Tree Service, our teams will respond as soon as possible to safely remove the offending limbs or trees. Rely on us in your time of need. Call (888) 744-0155 for quick tree services and upfront pricing.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is responsible for fallen tree removal?
Any tree or limbs that fall onto your property due to natural causes would be your responsibility, even if the tree were your neighbor’s. If the tree fell due to negligence, it’s the responsibility of the tree’s owner. If the tree was growing on public lands, like a park, community officials are responsible for its clearing.
Which way will a tree fall in a storm?
A tree is most likely to fall in the direction of an already existing lean. If your tree doesn’t lean, there’s no way to predict which direction it might fall.
Which trees fall in storms?
Weak or damaged trees are the most likely to fall during a storm. An arborist can look for signs of a fragile tree, such as a cracked trunk, dead or dying branches, illness, or a dangerous lean.
Minimize the risk of trees falling after the wind and rain are done with cabling and bracing to support a tree damaged in a storm.