One of the most common tree removal services to be covered by homeowners insurance is
emergency tree removal after a storm. If a tree simply falls in your backyard, you’re probably going to be
expected to handle the removal yourself. But if a tree is threatening your home or has crashed into it,
this is a different matter entirely.
A tree that’s fallen on your home or a power line can be a serious hazard. It can also
be the beginning of more problems for you if you don’t handle it fast. We’ll work with your insurance
company to get a tree-related emergency under control fast so you don’t have to worry about additional
damage to your home.
Another commonly covered situation occurs when a heavy branch breaks off a healthy tree
during high winds or a storm. This damage can be especially costly when it breaks windows or causes damage
to your roof.
Like a fallen tree, broken branches can pose an added safety risk to your home and
property until they are repaired, which is why it’s important to act fast. While most homeowners insurance
policies won’t cover simple debris removal, it may be covered if it caused property damage.
Mother Nature doesn’t really care about property lines, and sometimes a fallen tree or
broken branch can end up damaging your neighbor’s home or garage. More often than not, your homeowners
insurance will cover damage done to your neighbor’s property as long as the tree is deemed to have been a
We’ll be happy to help you keep the peace with the neighbors by working with you and
your insurance to remove the broken branch or fallen tree safely and efficiently. ,