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C & F Tree and Lawn Care Service crew made my family happy. The service was prompt and the job was completed faster than I imagined.
Paul T. – Tulsa, OK
Excellent and professional people. They were a pleasure to have around. Ivan was always keeping me updated as to their progress.
Joyce R. – Tulsa, OK
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.
Michelle W. – Bartlesville, OK
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When a bolt of lightning strikes your tree and burns through its wood structure, the tree’s stability may become too compromised and may result in the tree falling on your house. Winds can uproot your tree and hurl it across a busy road. A storm may leave previously stable and healthy trees relying on neighboring structures for stability.
Offering emergency tree removal services in Tulsa, Oklahoma, we help property owners avoid extreme damages that often result from unexpected tree hazards. Our years of experience and modern tree service machines make the most complicated emergency tree removals easy for us. Passionate about restoring safety on landscapes, we charge competitive prices for emergency removing a tree.
Emergency Tree Removal 24/7 Service
Tree emergencies appear when they are least expected. This could be in the middle of the night, early in the morning, on weekends, and late in the day. To handle these emergencies as soon as they appear, we operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, throughout the year.
Our emergency tree removal line is always open day and night. One of our team members will always answer the call, irrespective of the time of the day or night you call. All we need from you is your location. Once we get information on where we need to go, we will do our best to get there in under an hour.
At night, we use our powerful lights when handling emergency removing a tree – this makes the worksite as clear as day. We use our advanced tools and decades of experience to make the riskiest emergency tree removals safe.
Hiring an Emergency Tree Removal Team
When looking for a team to help you with emergency removing a tree, there are several factors you need to consider – these will help you get an effective team. Below, we have outlined the main factors:
1. Response Time
A good emergency tree removal team will respond to your call on the first ring. The team will also be willing to get to the emergency site within the hour. Responding to emergency tree removals quickly eliminates the risks of extreme property damages.
2. Years of Experience
It takes maximum experience to bring down a large tree that is hanging over powerlines and houses without causing damage. For this reason, the best team is the one that has handled similar situations for years. The team will know how to manage extreme risks in situations that may appear outside the control of the regular property owner.
3. Advanced Tree Removal Gear
If an unexpected occurrence puts your large tree across a busy road, the best team is the one that has the tools needed to remove the tree in the shortest time possible. If a tree is lying on your house, a good team should have advanced tools to bring the tree down without causing further property damage.
4. Liability Insurance
Emergency tree removals are too risky such that they may cause damage even with maximum care and advanced tools. For this reason, work with an insured company – if the company causes damage to your home during emergency removing a tree, you won’t have to worry about repair costs.
5. Cost of Emergency Removing a Tree
It’s not uncommon for tree service providers to take advantage of delicate situations to overcharge their customers. Avoiding such companies can help you save a lot of money.
Note: Most home insurers do pay for emergency tree removals. Therefore, be sure to call your home insurer before paying for emergencies out of your pocket.
Signs of a Falling Tree
Several signs may help you determine when trees need removal. These include:
- Excessive trunk leans.
- Decaying roots and/or tree trunks.
- Trees that have endured weather damage.
- Trees surrounded by deep cracks or those whose main roots are showing above ground.
- Trees with cracks on their trunks.
- Trees that have been dead for long periods.