Emergency Tree Service Dallas

Tree Cabling Dallas

Things need to happed quickly when storms and wind cause property damage, and the situation is made all the worse when trees come crashing down on cars and roofs and structures.

Paulding Arbor Solutions is dedicated to fast response so you’re not left waiting in the case of disaster. Our Emergency Tree Service operates 24-hours and rushes out to meet you when you’re feeling the most vulnerable to help begin the repair process.

While other services make you wait, even when rain is pouring into your living room or your driveway is blocked and you can’t leave the house, we believe that your safety and needs are paramount and always arrive quickly and in full force.

Emergency Tree Service & Quick Response Times

The importance of urgency cannot be overstated. During a storm, or any other reason a tree may destroy a building or vehicle, speed is the name of the game.

Imagine a tree coming through your roof, rain pouring down, right in your living room. Carpet or wood floors getting ruined, with water filling the floor and moving into other rooms. It’s the middle of the night. Kids and pets are terrified, and your home is being ruined by the elements.

Now imagine you call a tree service company who says they can make it out sometime the next day…not good enough. You need someone there in that very moment to remove the tree and tarp over the roof in order to stop the weather from further damaging your home.

You also need that company to work with your insurance provider so the costs of the emergency service doesn’t come out of pocket. Paulding Arbor Solutions is that company.

Emergency Tree Service & Safety First

During your emergency, your first priority is that your family is safe. There’s no need to also worry that the people removing the tree from your damaged property are going to cause more tertiary damage in the process.

What good is emergency service if the company doing your tree removal tear down a fence or knock over a shed in the process? It happens more often than you may think.

So, when we say “safety first”, we mean not only safety to the people and pets you live with, but safety for your property and possessions as well. The storm has done enough damage in that situation, and doesn’t need any help doing more.

Safety Second

What we mean by “safety second” is that, after the immediate damage is contained, and the damed portion of property secured, we’re going to asses the surrounding area to make sure you won’t need us a second time.

That means looking for other trees and limbs that pose a threat, identifying how they’re posing a risk, and acting accordingly. This could be tree trimming a large overhanging branch from over your home, fence or property, or removing or cabling a leaning tree.

We want to be absolutely sure that what has already happened doesn’t happen again, though we’d much rather come out and do it all before it becomes an emergency. It’s a lot better to plan ahead and avoid damage the it is to deal with the aftermath.

The Cost of Not Planning Ahead

Sometimes emergencies happen and there’s nothing that could have been done to avoid them. Fortunately, damage caused by trees and storms is not one of those things. We cal almost always avoid potential disaster with the right kind of identification.

Assessing your property will allow us to identify which, of any, trees pose a threat, whether or not there are any dead trees or limbs in “hot zones”, and what should be done to prevent property damage.

People usually think of falling trees and limbs when they think of property damage, but too much wooded area right by the home poses a different threat as well: fire. As you know, dry and dead trees and bushes can be a fire hazard, and being close to the home or overhanging it could spell a double whammy of disaster.

Can you image a dead limb catching fire, breaking off the tree, and falling right into the kitchen? It’s a terrible thought, and luckily doesn’t happen often. But, extreme scenarios like that do happen sometimes, and usually to someone who should have taken preventative measures but didn’t.

The costs of not planning ahead and securing your property can be wildly high, and depending on the situation, homeowner’s insurance may not be of any help. A few hundred bucks for safety trumps a 5-figure repair bill every day of the week.