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Leo’s Tree Care crew made my family happy. The service was prompt and the job was completed faster than I imagined.
Mary C. – North Wales, PA
Excellent and professional people. They were a pleasure to have around. Jack was always keeping me updated as to their progress.
Doug B. – Chalfont, PA
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.
Chris D. – Ambler, PA
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We are a local family owned and operated tree service and tree care company in Bala Cynwyd, PA. We give you the promise of our hard work, dedication, and decades of expert experience.
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When severe weather hits Philadelphia, heavy winds, lightning and storms can cause serious damage to your commercial or residential property. In situations where damage has already occurred, uprooted or broken trees need to be taken care of right away to avoid further damages to structures. This is where we come in.
Simply reach out to our team via a phone call and we will be there to help you with emergency tree removal. When it comes to emergency removing a tree, we are committed to being a prompt, dependable, and attentive company. We know that efficiency and reliability can mean the difference between a tragedy and an inconvenience – this is why we respond to all emergency cases quickly to minimize the amount of property repair costs homeowners have to deal with.
We Offer Emergency Tree Removal on a 24/7 Basis
Emergency tree removals are very time-sensitive. In most cases, they require immediate attention to avoid further damage.
It is, for this reason, our emergency tree service line is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It does not matter whether you are calling in the middle of the night, late in the evening, or just before the crack of dawn – you will always find someone on the other end of the line.
Once you call us, all we will need from you is the address and the situation you are in. We will take care of everything once we arrive, using our experience and modern tools to make the entire procedure safe.
Tips for Hiring a Good Emergency Tree Removal Company
Emergency tree removals require a lot of care, finesse, and expertise for them to go over without a hitch. For this reason, avoid working with random companies. Instead, use a company that has constantly handled emergency removing a tree safely. Below, we have outlined the signs to watch out for when hiring professionals for emergency tree removals:
Emergency tree removals need to be handled immediately. Therefore, the team you decide to work with shouldn’t be occupied elsewhere. Once you call and describe your situation, a good company should start heading to your home immediately.
Storms do force trees to fall over buildings. To remove a tree that weighs a couple of tons from your house without causing further damage, advanced tools may be needed. For this reason, look for a team that has the best tree removal gear.
Look for a team that has its base nearest to the emergency location. This will help you avoid waiting too long as the team travels to your home. The more time you wait before emergency removing a tree, the higher the chances of suffering more damages.
Tree emergencies catch property owners when they least expect. This means that their costs often have to be squeezed into existing budgets. If you use professionals charging a high tree removal cost, your budget will fall short. For this reason, look for experts who are willing to charge an affordable cost.
Warning Signs of a Falling Tree
Several signs could tell you that a tree is on its way to falling – these include:
- A tree that was previously straight (or had a slight lean) leans significantly
- The tree’s roots start showing and the ground around the tree’s base appears cracked
- Lightning strikes your tree and burns both its wood and roots
- The roots have suffered significant damage from heavy machinery operating nearby
- The tree has cavities on its stem
- A pest has eaten through the tree’s trunk and only a small portion of the trunk is supporting the tree
- Your tree has more than one trunk and the link between the trunks is extremely weak that a strong wind could split the tree into two
- A recent storm has broken your tree’s trunk and its crown is too heavy to be supported by the stem through the healing process