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Integrity Tree Service crew made my family happy. The service was prompt and the job was completed faster than I imagined.
Hershel L. – Oklahoma City, OK
Excellent and professional people. They were a pleasure to have around. Jordan was always keeping me updated as to their progress.
Megan C. – Oklahoma City, CA
They had the tree removed the same day the tree fell. They did such a good job, we hired them to remove other dead trees.
Steven P. – Oklahoma City OK
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Storms are known to wreak havoc on homes with trees. High winds can uproot trees and leave them relying on your house for stability. A bolt of lightning could burn through your tree’s wood and root structure, leaving it unstable and on the verge of falling.
Human-caused accidents are known to cause damage to trees. Heavy vehicles, for example, do strike trees by accident and leave them leaning dangerously over powerlines.
In all these circumstances, the best solution is to invest in emergency tree removal. And whenever you are looking for a team to handle emergency removing a tree, we are always available to make the entire procedure safe and quick. Years of experience, the latest emergency tree removal gear, and a team that is passionate about restoring safety in Oklahoma make us stand out for residential and commercial property owners.
24/7 Emergency Tree Removal Service
We know that tree emergencies can occur in the least expected times, such as the middle of the night, early in the morning, on weekends, and holidays. For these reasons, we do not limit ourselves to handling emergency tree removals on weekdays from 9 am to 5 pm – instead, we work 24 hours a day, seven days a week, throughout the year.
We always have someone in the office waiting for your call day and night. A simple call should get our experienced team to your home, ready to get started on emergency removing a tree. We try to arrive at your home within the hour – we know that every minute that goes by is a step closer to thousands of dollars lost in property damages.
Hiring a Team for Emergency Tree Removals
When looking for a team to help you with emergency removing a tree, there are factors you need to watch out for. These factors should help you choose a team that guarantees a quick and safe emergency tree removal process:
1. Response Time
The best team will arrive at your home within the shortest time possible. Avoid a company that tells you to wait the whole day or night. Looking for a team the promises to arrive within the hour reduces the chances of property damage.
2. Tree Removal Gear
If a team is leaning over powerlines, the tools generally used on stable, non-risky trees won’t work. The fact that emergency tree removals involve trees in extremely risky conditions warrants the need for advanced tools.
3. Years of Experience
Emergency tree removals do not allow room for mistakes. If a tree is leaning over your house, the slightest mistake means you could suffer expensive damages. A team that has handled a large number of emergency tree removals will be familiar with different emergency scenarios and how to go about them to avoid causing damage.
Companies that have produced effective results in the past will always have positive reviews from their customers. Before hiring a team for emergency removing a tree, look for the company’s reviews on the web.
5. Liability Insurance
Things can go wrong during emergency removing a tree. And if something were to happen, you would want to know that the hired company can take care of the resulting damages. Check if a company is insured before hiring the team for emergency tree removals.
Signs of a Falling Tree
In some cases, you may be able to identify a compromised tree long before it turns into a safety concern. Some of the signs that show your tree may fall include:
- Trees featuring significant lean
- A tree that is surrounded by cracks in the ground
- A tree whose roots are showing signs of decaying and other damages
- A tree that has suffered a lightning strike in the past
- A tree with huge cavities on its trunk
- Trees that are rotting from the inside
- A tree that is depending on neighboring trees for stability