What Is Tree Removal?
Tree removal is an extremely hazardous aspect of arboriculture. In fact, sometimes, tree experts must remove trees in extremely confined and sensitive spaces such as near houses, utility lines, and other areas. Keep in mind that trees can be extremely tall! Therefore, if you’re thinking about removing a tree on your property, it’s best to call a professional for you and your family’s safety. We aren’t called Supreme Tree Experts for no reason!
How Much Does It Cost To Remove A Tree?
Supreme Tree Experts offers FREE and ACCURATE estimates for your convenience. Not to mention, we also offer discount specials! However, since every tree and their situation is different, we can’t give approximate pricing right off the bat, but this is why we offer FREE estimates. If you’re interested in our services, then feel free to give us a call or fill out our contact form!
What’s Involved in the Tree Removal Process?
The tree removal process involves our certified and licensed tree removal technicians using special, industry-leading tools to cut the tree into sections from top to bottom. At Supreme Tree Experts, we use cranes and chainsaws to remove large trees. In the event of a very large tree, the crane allows us to lift the tree without letting it fall to the ground, which minimizes the risk of damage to your property and the neighbor’s property. In addition, the chainsaw allows us to effectively cut the tree into sections for easy and effective removal. Lastly, we also use chippers, logging trucks, and much more in order to efficiently complete our job. For your peace of mind, we follow the latest industry standards to ensure your family’s safety as well as ours!
Is Tree Removal Covered By Homeowner’s Insurance?
It depends. Of course, home insurance will not cover the removing a tree that hasn’t fallen. However, the homeowner is generally responsible for the general maintenance of their property, such as tree pruning or removing of a dying tree. Therefore, home insurance doesn’t cover the removal of a tree unless it falls and causes damage on a fence, garage or home. If you’re unsure if your home insurance policy covers tree removal in certain circumstances, it’s always best to call them and find out.
My Tree Fell on my Neighbor’s Property. Who is Liable?
If your tree falls on your neighbor’s property, then you may think you’re liable, however, that is not always the case. If your healthy tree fell on your neighbor’s property due to an act of nature, such as a hurricane, tornado, storm, etc, then obviously, nature is responsible. In this scenario, your neighbor MUST submit a claim to their insurance company immediately in order for their insurance to take care of any damages.
On the other hand, if a homeowner is removing a tree from their property without any professional help and their tree falls on their neighbor’s property, then that homeowner is liable. Also, if a homeowner’s tree is dying, infected, leaning over, etc, and it falls on a neighbor’s property, then that homeowner will be liable.