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DPH tree services crew made my family happy. The service was prompt and the job was completed faster than I imagined.
Jamie P. – Lansing, MI
Excellent and professional people. They were a pleasure to have around. Daniel was always keeping me updated as to their progress.
Mike G. – Lansing, MI
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
Emilia I. – East Lansing, MI
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In Lansing, storms happen to be one of the biggest nightmares for tree owners. Strong winds could uproot trees and leave them lying on your house. Flooding around the tree’s roots could destabilize the anchoring point, leaving the tree leaning dangerously over houses and utility lines. In circumstances like these, working with a company that offers immediate attention to tree emergencies is the key to avoiding property damages and/or injuries.
Over the years we have been offering the emergency tree removal service, we have witnessed the damages that result from delays in emergency removing a tree. This is why we make emergency tree removals our main priority – once you call us, we will do our best to arrive in the given address within the hour. With our modern tree removal gear, an experienced team, and a dedication to offering top-notch emergency tree removal services, we handle the most complicated cases safely.
24/7 Emergency Tree Removal Services
It is impossible to control nature and its outcomes. This means that you may end up with a tree emergency at 11 pm, at 1 am, or on a Christmas noon. To ensure that all emergency needs are taken care of promptly, we operate 24 hours a day, every day of the week – in the face of emergency tree removals, we prefer to ignore sleep, holidays, and anything else we might be doing at the moment.
We always try to get to the provided address in under 60 minutes. We aim to keep the response time as low as possible to minimize the possibility of property damages or injuries.
Once we arrive at your home, we will use our cranes and bucket trucks to lift and remove the tree safely. Once the tree is removed, we will clear away the stumps and debris – we only leave your home after ensuring that it is both safe and clean.
Hiring a Good Emergency Tree Removal Team
When looking for a team to help with emergency removing a tree, several factors point out to an exceptional team. We have outlined the factors below:
1. Response Time
A good emergency tree removal team understands the risks involved with each passing minute. Such a team will respond immediately – and if there is to be a wait time, you shouldn’t have to watch a tree hanging over your house for more than an hour. When looking for a company to help with emergency tree removals, be sure to do some research to determine how long you have to wait before you get a team working on your tree.
Emergency tree removals are often more complicated than regular tree removals. In most cases, emergency removing a tree will require things like cranes to help with lifting the tree from buildings or utility lines. Look for a company that has modern tree removal gear.
Good machines won’t be good enough if the team operating them has minimal experience. The perfect team will have years of tree removal experience.
Tree emergencies come up without a warning. Most people will have no cash set aside for the service – this means that it is always a good idea to look for a team that offers an affordable price. However, before you become too worried about paying for emergency removing a tree, call your insurance – some home insurers do pay for tree emergencies.
Signs of a Falling Tree
If you notice the following signs, investing in immediate tree removal can help you avoid the panic often associated with tree emergencies:
- Trees that are leaning dangerously might fall unexpectedly.
- A tree with deep cavities in its trunk does not have enough stability.
- If the trunk is decaying, there is a chance that the tree may fall.
- If the ground surrounding your tree has deep cracks and the roots are showing, the tree’s anchoring point could be compromised.