Storm Damaged – Emergency Tree Removal Sydney
Suffered a storm-damaged tree in Sydney? Tree down or posing a hazard due to strong winds? Don’t hesitate for a moment. Fallen trees are exceptionally dangerous and need to be dealt with quickly by experts. If unattended, it could damage your property or even worse can cause injury to your loved ones. Fallen Trees due to storms can block access and are posing a danger to people or property. Tall Timbers Tree Services offers emergency tree Removal Sydney wide. We’ll do everything possible to rearrange our schedule to tend to urgent cases. Even though the weather is still an issue and winds are still high, we’ll find a solution to remove your storm-damaged tree. Also, we have been working to remove and trim dangerous trees for almost 30 years. Our expertise, experience and equipment can deal with many complex issues.
Dealing Storm Damaged Trees
It’s all part of what we’re trained to do and every job starts with a thorough risk assessment to ascertain precisely how we’ll ensure safety throughout the work. We can remove fallen trees Sydney wide from public land, commercial premises and private property. Whilst we offer emergency tree services for storm damages trees, we strongly recommend that everyone should consider precautionary methods. Keep trees trimmed or remove trees that are in close proximity to power lines and buildings. Precaution is always safer and more efficient than taking a risk in stormy weather.
We are sometimes asked if whether emergency and storm-damaged tree removal will be covered on your buildings and contents insurance. Policies do vary and it’s best to check with your insurer if you have questions or concerns. Generally, if a tree has fallen onto your property or onto a neighbouring property, you’ll probably be covered for its removal and for any damage it has caused. If a tree or a large branch falls onto outbuildings such as greenhouses, sheds and garages, again you’ll probably be covered. However, if the tree hasn’t actually hit anything or isn’t blocking access, it’s unlikely you’ll be paid out for its removal. If a fallen tree has damaged a vehicle, the claim will need to be made on the motor insurance policy.