Many homeowners who face the unfortunate occurrence of a tree that has fallen and damaged their property are frantic and unsure what to do.
Here are the typical questions asked in this situation:
- Should I call my homeowners insurance company? Is this covered by my insurance company?
- Is this my neighbor’s tree or my own?
- If my tree falls into my neighbor’s yard, am I responsible and liable for the damage?
- What about damage to my own property – am I covered?
- Is a local tree service available immediately to remove the large tree that fell on my house?
- How long will it take to fix the hole in my roof?
- Who is responsible for fixing the hole in my roof, and at whose expense?
These are all very good and common questions that arise during an emergency tree removal situation. In most cases, it is the insurance company that will be responsible for footing the bill for these expenses. For more information, see our post on what to do if your tree falls on your neighbor’s property.
Some local reputable tree companies are on the insurance company’s list for handling emergency tree removal. In many situations, a homeowner will call their insurance company and the insurance company will provide the name of a local tree service to handle the emergency tree removal.
Here at Barts Tree Service, we’ve been removing fallen trees for years. We know how to get even the most dangerous trees off your property so that you and your insurance company can quickly fix any damage.
Give us a call at 203-240-1302 – we’ll get you back on your feet ASAP with our Emergency Tree Removal services. Available 24/7 to respond to your emergency.