In the event of an emergency, JL Tree Service Inc. offers 24-hour emergency tree services in VA for storm damage. Storms are a common occurrence in Northern VA. Trees can and do fall onto structures. When strong winds come along with wet saturated grounds, trees are bound to fall over. Uprooted trees can cause serious damage.Get a Free Estimate
The first thing a resident should do when a tree falls onto their house is make sure everyone in the house is safe. Next, call the insurance company to inform them of what happened and obtain a claim number. The insurance company will usually recommend a local tree service from their preferred vendor list. Then, call the tree company right away to receive a free estimate. Choose companies that specialize in emergency tree service and have experienced personnel to handle the dangerous work.
Our emergency tree services in VA and the surrounding areas are very dangerous. Especially in slick and wet conditions just after or during a storm. We do not recommend removing a storm-damaged tree in the dark. The salesman will recommend the emergency job be completed the very next morning for safety reasons. Our estimators will go over the details of the emergency job with you and possibly recommend staying in a hotel for the night, or multiple nights if the damage is severe. Insurance usually covers these costs.
Cranes come in very handy for removing trees from houses. JL Tree Service Inc. owns 2 cranes and has 2 full-time crane operators who work with our tree crews every day. It is very important that crew members work together regularly for moments like taking huge trees off houses. Crane operators and tree climbers must have excellent communication skills with each other to coordinate each piece and cut to be lifted off the house. Our crews and crane operators at JL Tree Service Inc. have many years of experience performing emergency tree services. Once the tree has been removed, usually a restoration company is the next to perform service. The restoration company can install a tarp to cover the hole in the roof.
Insurance companies will generally cover the cost of trees that fall onto a structure. If a tree has fallen across neighboring yards, property line boundaries are used to determine the responsible party. If a tree does not hit a structure, insurance companies usually do not assume responsibility. It really depends on the insurance company and policy a homeowner has on their dwelling.