Sometimes it takes just one good storm to topple what was once a sturdy tree in your yard.
Tree falling on a Home
For any reason, whether due to high winds, an ice storm, or a rotted tree simply toppling—can cause extensive structural damage. Immediately get your family out of harm’s way, and then focus on minimizing additional damage and having the damage repaired.Request for a Free Consultation
Prevent further damages
A fallen tree can cause broken windows as well as a hole in your roof or siding; even brick and stone can be damaged by the impact. You could also potentially have damaged gas lines. While gas lines are buried, there’s a chance they could be affected if the tree fell in the area where they enter your homeRequest for a Free Consultation
Depending upon the species of tree, it’s a good idea to have tree trimming done every 3-7 years to thin out the crown (canopy) of your tree. As branches grow, they can direct themselves to rub against other desired branches and create potential points of future decayRequest for a Free Consultation