Regular care, maintenance, and attention to the trees in your yard can keep you informed of their health and stability. But sometimes, a problem does develop quickly. And, once a tree poses a danger to your property, you probably need to seek emergency tree services in order to remedy the situation swiftly and safely.
But what warrants an “emergency”, with regard to tree services? Various situations can arise, but the following three are most common.
You notice long, unstable branches hanging over your home. Any time a tree’s branches grow too close to your home, there is a risk of large debris falling onto your roof, porches, or other structures. This is especially true if the tree has grown quite large, and branches extend far from the trunk. They’re beginning to lose stability, and are at risk of cracking and falling due to age, winds, disease, and so on. Always seek tree trimming services if branches have grown over your home.
A tree is leaning (or has fallen). If a tree is leaning, it has become a hazard. It will come down at some point, and anything in its path is in danger (it also might not fall exactly the way you think it will).
Obviously, if a tree has already fallen, you need to have it removed right away. If it has fallen on a power line, please contact your electric provider immediately, and don’t go near the site.
A tree begins to look diseased. If you notice rotting on the trunk, discolored leaves, or unusual growths, call for emergency tree services right away. Sometimes the tree can be saved by remedying the source of the disease. But if not, it needs to come down before it poses a falling hazard.
If you notice any of these signs in your trees, please don’t hesitate to call us for emergency tree services. We want to quickly take care of any looming problems, to keep you, your family, and your home safe.