Here in Gainesville, FL, the storms are few and far between, but they typically pose substantial threats when they come. Unfortunately, we’re no strangers to the unwelcome property devastation they bring and the safety hazards they pose. Roof damage, downed utility lines, uprooted trees, broken branches, and scattered debris are all too common after a large storm. It can be a lot to take in as a homeowner who may not know where to begin. Fortunately, you can rest easy when you contact True Cut Tree Service, Inc. Our Gainesville tree specialists are your one-stop shop for all aspects of professional tree service, including emergency tree services.
We have the right resources and equipment at our disposal to safely secure your home with emergency tree removal. In addition, we can board and tarp your roof and have direct lines of communication with the power company for service wire disconnections. We do regular insurance work and know their practices, guidelines, and procedures. Once your home and property are secure, we haul and recycle the debris and thoroughly clean the job site. Whether you need speedy tree removal, timely tree trimming, efficient land clearing, or another type of tree service, we have you covered. Contact our tree care company today to schedule a tree assessment.
A tree is considered hazardous when it contains defects that could lead to total structural failure. Such trees should be removed from properties as soon as possible to mitigate the risks of a tree falling and causing costly property damage, harm to visitors, or even death. If you suspect a tree on your property suffers from defects that compromise its structural integrity, contact our tree service company to schedule hazardous tree removal!
While some hazardous tree defects can be obvious, others are more subtle. Fortunately, when you know what to look for, the quicker you’ll be able to contact our tree removal specialists to remove the hazardous tree from your property, saving you from the danger of property damage. The following are some of the most common signs a tree could be hazardous and need removal.
There are many ways a storm or natural disaster can damage your property. Lightning can strike a tree, blasting it into pieces. High winds snap branches and send them flying. Heavy concentrations of ground moisture very commonly cause our local trees to topple, as most of the Oaks in our area, Water Oaks and Laurel Oaks, are very shallow and weak rooted.
Having True Cut Tree Service, Inc. in your corner in your time of crisis is a valuable resource. We offer complimentary, thorough consultations and pre-storm-season evaluations. We will walk you through the pros and cons of having different types of trees on your property, and we can teach you about root sprawl and depth, timber strength, tree life expectancies, parasitic infestations, and a multitude of general red flags to look out for. Should a disaster ever arise, we are happily available 24/7 to provide you and your loved ones emergency tree service to assist however we can.