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Pacific Coast Tree Service crew made my family happy. The service was prompt and the job was completed faster than I imagined.
Sandra B. – Pacific Grove, CA
Excellent and professional people. They were a pleasure to have around. Gerald was always keeping me updated as to their progress.
Eric B. – Monterey, CA
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
Shawn S. – Salinas, CA
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Proper tree care can help you keep trees from falling suddenly. However, even with the best tree care, trees can still fail you. A storm could uproot your tree, leaving a heavy trunk lying on the garage’s roof. A lightning strike could burn through your tree’s wood and root structure, instantly turning a previously healthy tree into a hazard.
We put together an emergency tree removal team so that we can respond to all unexpected tree problems in the shortest time possible. Our team is equipped with modern tree removal tools and has worked in the tree removal field for years. We focus on making the process of emergency removing a tree as safe as possible. If the tree is leaning dangerously over your house, we will use advanced tree removal mechanisms to remove the tree without causing damage.
Emergency Tree Removal 24/7 Service
We work 24 hours a day, seven days a week to ensure that properties in Santa Cruz do not have hazards disrupting the day to day activities. Have you woken up in the middle of the night to find a tree leaning over powerlines? Do not wait, simply grab your phone and call us.
Our team will respond within the hour. We will study your situation, determine the best course of action, and start working immediately. After bringing the tree down, we will help you with the cleanup – and if needed, our team can help with hurling the tree away. If you suspect that other trees could have suffered damage, our team will inspect them – we will only leave your home after ensuring that you are not facing any other risks.
Factors to Consider When Hiring Emergency Tree Removal Professionals
If a tree is almost falling on your house, you would want to work with a competent team during emergency tree removal. When you decide to hire a team to help with emergency removing a tree, watch out for the factors below:
Look for a team that has been offering tree services for decades. Such a team has already handled a fair number of emergency tree removals – this means that they are familiar with all the variables that can affect the risky procedure. For an experienced team, preparing for the worst-case scenarios will be possible.
Emergency removing a tree often involves lifting trees off powerlines, buildings, and keeping unstable trees from falling. This needs advanced gear – for example, cranes to hold the leaning trees during cutting, keeping them from falling. A good emergency tree removal team should have advanced tree removal gear.
3. Response Time
If a tree is lying on top of your house, you won’t be able to experience peace of mind until the tree is removed. If you have a tree leaning over your car shed, every passing minute is a step closer to property damage. A good team should respond to your emergency as soon as possible – the team should arrive within the hour, ready to handle emergency removing a tree. A team that requires you to wait is putting you at the risk of spending thousands on property repairs.
The cost of emergency tree removals is generally not a big concern because home insurers do cover it. However, the cost may not be covered in all scenarios – this is why you need to work with a team that charges an affordable price.
Signs of a Falling Tree
In most cases, homeowners can spot falling trees long before they turn into hazards. Some of the signs you need to watch out for include:
- Cracks on the tree’s trunk
- A rotting tree trunk
- A tree whose roots are exposed and the ground around the tree’s base has deep cracks
- A tree that has recently suffered a lightning strike
- A tree that is leaning dangerously
- A multi-trunk tree with a weak link between its trunks