Emergency Tree Service
Emergency Tree Service
If you’re in Hot Springs, AR, and your area has been devastated by a storm or other calamities, you can count on us to help clean up the aftermath. We will take care of any fallen trees or loosely hanging branches so that you can focus on getting back to normal as quickly as possible.
When a storm occurs, the risk of trees possibly damaging homes and other properties increases. It is important to take precautionary measures in order to reduce potential damage – if you notice that any tree on your property has weak branches or appears to be leaning, have it examined by an expert quickly before an emergency situation arises. Additionally, even when no significant weather formation presents itself yet old and fragile trees should still get proper maintenance as they may fall over unexpectedly without warning endangering people nearby.
No Matter the Time
We Can Send an Emergency
Response Team 24/7
We are available 24/7 for all types of tree-related emergencies. Additionally, we understand that emergency tree service can be stressful, and we want to ensure you and your family are safe. Our professional team is ready to respond to any tree-related emergency situation at any time. You can always count on us to be there when you need us the most.
What steps are involved in emergency tree removal?
If you determine that a tree needs to be removed, whether it is dead, dying, sick, or may pose a danger to others, remove the tree may be the best option. After that you need to do the following steps: It’s easy for home owners to complete a few steps before a professional arrives to remove the tree.
1. Clear area. There should be space around the tree so that it will lie flat on the ground if it falls. Estimate the height of the tree and remove anything in the immediate vicinity.
2. Examine the tree. Note the direction the tree naturally leans. This will help determine the best direction to tip. However, if you notice any pieces that are rotting, they can easily crumble and fall where you r set permitter is.
3. Select one or two escape routes. When the trees get out of hand, you need a clear path to go in the opposite direction. Notice the other areas around the tree that are free of obstacles and ready for anything.
4. Collect suitable equipment. Depending on the size of the tree, it may be possible to cut it with a handsaw. Large trees with a trunk diameter of 1 foot or more require more force from the chainsaw.
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5. Start with the undercut. They searched the area. I have an idea of ??the ideal direction in which I want to knock down the tree. Then he cuts a V at a 45 degree angle on the bottom of the side where he wants the tree to fall. This undercut should be about a quarter of the diameter of the tree deep.
6. Start pruning. Go to the other side of the tree and cut straight about 2 inches above the undercut. This should soften the tree trunk.
7. Get out of the way. Shout “tree” to warn others that a tree is about to fall.
8. We haul off the tree and handle all of the clean up eaving your property better than the way we found it.