22 Lessons Learned: Trees

By | January 27, 2017

Tips in Hiring a Professional Tree Removal Service Company As a homeowner, you know for a fact that it is your responsibility to take care and maintain your property. And while it isn’t really something that you are to overly worry about, maintenance has to be done on a regular basis. Now one of those maintenance jobs that need your immediate attention is a tree that somehow has overgrown inside your property and near your house. Well, you’re not really dealing with a shrub or a small plant, which means that in order to remove a tree, you need an expert tree removal service. Although the main reason why you want a tree to be taken down is because it may pose some kind of danger to your property, there likewise are other reasons why you are forced to call in a tree removal service. Another instance is when a tree falls down after a major storm hit your area. Obviously, you can’t just let that tree rot inside your property.
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Unfortunately, it is your first time to hire a tree removal service, which means you’re clueless about what to do. Good thing is we’re here to help you.
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The first and most important thing you should do is call your home insurance company. Your insurance stipulations, for the most part, will require you to do nothing without the insurance company first making a complete assessment of the scenario and make a determination of whether or not the problem is covered by your home insurance policy. Your goal is to have the insurance company compelled to pay for the costs of the removal of the tree as well as any possible repairs needed for the damaged property. Once you come into agreement with the insurance company, it’s time to start finding the right and ideal tree removal experts. We highly recommend talking to companies with years of experience in this industry. It’s never a good idea to go for a company with zero experience or one without any license or proof of legitimacy because you might end up wasting your money; or worse they even might do more harm than good to your property. Ask the people close to you and those you trust the most for recommendations. If they are homeowners themselves, they most likely would have experienced the same thing with a tree and might have called in someone who they were satisfied with. After all, they wouldn’t dare give a name if they weren’t satisfied with the tree removal company’s performance. Finally, the moment you narrow down your list to a couple of prospects, don’t forget to ask for a cost estimate of the job to be performed. Keep away from those companies who don’t give you an estimate or will charge you for it; you don’t need them to be roughing you up and instead move on to the next prospect.