Emergency Tree Care
What is emergency tree damage? Primarily, the emergency damage is when a tree falls on your home, car, or anything else that makes it necessary to have it cleaned up and removed quickly. If a tree falls on the corner of your home, your family is suddenly without shelter. You want to rebuild, but the first step is removing the tree so that you can get a contractor crew out to start repairing the damage.
Clean Cuts Trees takes pride in our ability to respond to emergencies like these. Our customers in Davis County, UT, Kaysville, UT, Layton, UT and Weber County, UT, rely on us to clear fallen trees fast so that the recovery can begin as quickly as possible. Call us 24/7 for more information on our emergency tree care services.
When Do You Need Emergency Tree Care?
There doesn’t necessarily need to be a tree lying on your home or car to demand emergency care. If a tree on your property gets struck by lightning, it can turn a perfectly healthy tree into a safety hazard. The branches and tree itself will need to be removed as they are no longer stable. With a strong gust of wind, you can’t be sure that this broken tree won’t send a limb or part of the trunk plunging through a window, your roof, or down onto your vehicle.
There is also the hazard of a falling tree. While a healthy tree won’t fall without provocation, trees often die from the inside, meaning that a tree’s roots will lose grip long before you notice a decline in the tree’s health. These are the trees that are most prone to causing damage, and we are trained to observe dying trees when we come out to our customers’ properties for emergency care and cleanup.
How to Prevent the Need
It gives you peace of mind to know that Clean Cuts Trees in Kaysville, UT, Layton, UT, Weber County, UT, and Davis County, UT, is there for you in the event of an emergency. Ideally, you would hope to never need that kind of care. Some sources of damage (lightning strikes, for example) are unavoidable, but others may be prevented. Here are some strategies to ensure that the risk of trees causing damage on your property is as low as possible.
- Have your trees serviced regularly: Every few years, it’s a good idea to have professionals check your trees for possible health and stability concerns as well as clear off deadwood.
- Make sure to have dead trees removed: Dead trees don’t only cause problems themselves, but can also fall and knock off sizable limbs of healthy trees, a ripple effect that heightens the risk of damage and the need for emergency tree care.